RedHead® 8'' Mt. Zumi Insulated Waterproof Pac Boots for Men
Pretty Nice Boots
Very sharp looking boot! It says 100% waterproof, but I wouldn't bet money. The seam points are unique, but make me wonder about leakage. Get a 1/2 size bigger, very snug around the toes w/ 2 pairs of Wool Socks. its hard to get a quality boot for a good deal anymore. I suggest these (Or Any Red Heads) bc of the 1 year warranty. I purchased them on sale, CANNOT beat the for that price.
January 15, 2015
Good boot but small
Finally received my Mt. Zumi boots today. Good looking boot and comfortable.
Size-wise, they run true in terms of length ONLY.
One HUGE problem...the way they are insulated you have ZERO room for a good/thick wool (or comparable) sock. Your foot and toes are packed in like sardines.
Hoping to exchange for a size up in the near future. If that trick works, I'll be back to update (and probably upgrade) the rating.
December 20, 2014
Great purchase...I looked around
I received these boots last week, I am not disappointed. I wear a size12 (narrow foot) in other boots & shoes. The size runs true, with a Carhart winter sock. The only other pac boot (duck boot) that I have had was a knock off of the real duck boot. What i like about these boots; 1.) the inner sole has good support., 2.) Great cushioning, no extra inner sole needed, 3.) A good walking boot, has a natural roll to it, not flat footed. 4.) good insulation.
What I do not like; 1.) The speed lace eyelets or the shoe string is too thick. 2.) the very top speed lace eyelet (Heavy duty plastic) is too tight.
The easy fix is to use a small flat blade screw driver to spread the metal speed lace eyelets, a little wider. I trimmed the the top eyelet...now not a an issue anymore.
I am pleased with these boots...it is like you have a waterproof, running shoe bottom with 8inches of support.
I am wearing these doing construction grading, excavation work.
December 29, 2011
Very comfortable boot, ive used them for hunting and was very satisfied. Size is true
400 grams thinsulate is great for south Texas weather, my feet were cozy in 30*F
January 15, 2013