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Prowl the fields with the ROCKY® Prowler Waterproof Snake Side-Zip Hunting Boots for Men featuring 16'' of snakeproof protection and the comfort of a cushioned Air-Port footbed that's perforated for maximum air circulation. Dual-density EVA midsole, LightTrac black rubber outsole. Average height: 16". Imported.
Manufacturer style #: 7228.
ROCKY® Prowler 16'' Non-Insulated Waterproof Snake Side-Zip Hunting Boots for Men
The boots are made of very strong material and are comfortable to wear. However, on my pair, the zipper bound-up and got stuck the second time the boots were worn. PS: You can not get your foot out when the zipper is stuck at the top of the boot.
October 17, 2011
For the price, these are the best snake boots I have ever purchased. The only concern is the zipper seems hard to move at times. I will try some silicone and see if that helps. Otherwise, this is a great buy.
October 12, 2011
I walked 2 days in these and all was good. They take some breaking in, but nothing too bad.
October 11, 2011
Boots too stiff for me
I ordered the Rocky snake boots in a men's size because I didn't see a side-zip in a women's size and the price was great. However, when I tried them on I thought they felt too stiff around the ankle area and they were hard to walk in. Returned/exchanged for a different brand.
October 3, 2011
These boots have EVA soles with nylon uppers and lowers with a leather accents. Nylon provides a very good abrasion resistance. However, I've experienced leaks at the adhesive joints around the soles. Returned mine and will be getting some other brand with better waterproofing.
On new boots, I usually do a couple of things to ease the pain of the breaking-in period. First, I always buy boot cushion liners (usually Dr. Schols); and, second I wear thick 100% cotton socks if I'm going to be doing a lot of walking; and, 3rd, I take Scent Shield bar soap and lub the zippers. After about the third or fourth wear, the boots are broken-in, but I keep the boot cushion in as long as it last.
You can forget the break-in. The material is just too tough. Mine are/were very tight around the leg. Too tight in fact. As for the zipper, mine got stuck at the top of the boot the second time I wore them. I had to break the zipper to get out of the boot.
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