RedHead® Forrest Moccasins for Men
These are very comfortable although they are pretty light weight. They are fine for in and around the house, I use them to drive to the duck blind, then put on my waders. I would not recommend them for someone as a hiking or all day on your feet kind of shoe.
December 5, 2013
The bad reviews are unreal. What do you want for $20? All I did was add shoe inserts for $9 and put a coat of beeswax on the outside and I got a great pair of waterproof, light weight and good looking shoes to wear fishing or any other place I want. I really like the comfort, light weight and looks. All the advantages of shoes that cost over $90. You can't go wrong.
March 19, 2013
I purchased these in hopes of finding a good low cost alternative to the Merril jungle mocs. They don’t measure up. Fair quality, lightweight, and potentially useful, but very uncomfortable. The soles are hard plastic/rubber, and it feels like walking on pebbles. I can feel every bump in the sole on flat floors. The composite of the sole is slippery on clod surfaces, and tends to “catch” on carpet. At best, they are a pair of slippers; not every day shoes. Now, to be fair, I am over 275 lbs. If you are lighter than that, you might be more comfortable. But my recommendation is to put $50 with the money you would have spent on these and buy Merril.
March 12, 2012
Best buy for the value
Purchased these shoes last year while on holiday and returning again and will be back in November to buy 3 pairs this time.
November 11, 2011