Muck Boot Company Fieldblazer™ All-Terrain Sport Boots for Men
If you've spent time outdoors, then you know the value of a quality set of durable, lightweight and waterproof boots. If there is mud or water around then you’ll appreciate the rugged construction of the Fieldblazer All-Terrain Sport Boot from The Muck Boot Company. With a breathable Airmesh™ lining, you’ll be able to keep the sweat to a minimum and the snag-resistant upper is flexible, buoyant and form-fitting. For durability, the boots offer extra protection in the toe and heel area and shank reinforcement in the sole. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: FLDMOB.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tinythd Muck Boots This boots were awesome! I bought this boots for my spring turkey hunting trip. They not only fit, they keep my feet warm and dry because we went fishing in the rain, the size chart was right on the money. I put on extra pair of socks fit like a glove. I was amazed! May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GSloan Simply the best I want to wear them all the time. Enough said. .. . March 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JMMC HUSBAND WAS VERY PLEASED WITH GIFT Gift for my husband at Christmas.. He was very pleased with the fit and the quality. January 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 9087098708960876987 Excellent Product After hearing great things about Muck boots from a family member I wanted to try them. I purchased two pair of the Ranger Muck boots a couple of years ago for my son and I. We were sold. These boots are the best. I just purchased us both a second pair of Muck Fieldblazer's. Boots are waterproof, comfortable, and a good value from Bass Pro. December 18, 2012
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A:In VA, the temp gets down to 20+ in the winter. If I put on 2 pairs of socks, my feet stay very warm.
A:If you read the details...If it says "Insulatd" than it will be warm, and if it says "Non-Insulated" or "Un-Insulated" than it will not be warm during the cold weather. Also, take into consideration what type of socks you are going to wear. If you're going to wear thick wool socks or several layers of socks, you may not need to worry about a boot being insulated or not. You will just have to worry about fitting, from there. In most outdoor rubber boots, I would recommend one size smaller. They run large.
Details:My work boots and sneakers are 9 1/2 wide should I go with 9 or 10?
A:I would consider a size 11 and wear thick socks with a liner sock. I wear an 11 wide normally and have a size 12 Muck. With the thick socks and a liner sock the fit is perfect and it helps keep my feet warm. The liner socks also help keep sweat wicked away from my feet.
A:Go with the 10 if you plan to wear 2 or more pairs of socks.
A:i wear an 11 in pretty much everything and i ordered an 11 and they fit perfect but i have a narrow foot i would prob order the 10's
A:I would recommend a 9. They are already a bit wide, so that's a plus. Outdoor rubber boots run large, so a 9 should be the size to go with.
A:I have had 3 pair of the Muck Woody Max which are a more top end boot. I love them and I don't smell anything, but every deer I watch cross my trail locks up like a bird dog on point.
A:I would get the 13 because they run from full size to the half size. Example
13- 131/2. I wear a size 9 but they are a half size bigger 9 - 91/2 They feel great.
A:i wear a 13 and i tried then 13 and the 14. i got the 14 jut cause in case i needed to wear thick insulated socks for whatever reason but the 13 fit perfect with a lil extra room. cant go wrong with either one.
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