The RedHead® 9'' Bone-Dry Expedition Insulated Hunting Boots for Men is a value-priced boot that's super warm and comfortable. The Expedition boot comes complete with a Crazy Horse leather and 900 denier camoflauge nylon upper for trustworthy durability. 1000 gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation and BONE-DRY waterproof protection keep your feet dry and warm. An oil resistant rubber outsole delivers sure traction mile after mile. A camo wrap EVA midsole completes the boot's concealment while absorbing shock with every step. Color: Mossy Oak® New Break-Up®. Average weight per pair: 3.8 lbs. Imported.
Rated 2 out of 5 by lovbowhuntin Wet Left Foot
I purchased these because they were on sale. I am glad I read the reviews because they do run about 1 size small. I wore these one time and walked through about 3 inches of water. My left foot was soaked. I sent these back and received another waterproof pair.
September 13, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by KisatchieDeerHunter Not Bad
This is a desent boot for any type of hunting. I would prefer a Danner Boot over anything, but for the money, this is not bad.
September 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by DStrick Can Take A Beaten
I bought these boots three years ago and have never had wet or cold feet even in the freezing cold, 3 feet deep snow or wet snow they work great. I wear them all deer season bow and gun and all turkey season at least 70 days a year and there just starting to get worn out so i ordered the same pair last week they are the most dependable boots i've ever owned.
July 14, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by MassHunterTD Best Buy Under $100
I got these boots while getting ready for last hunting season. I wore them numerous times in the late summer in and out of the woods to set up stands, cameras, and other work and my feet never bothered me. I wore them through the season through water, mud, snow, and ice and my feet never got wet or cold once. After a year of owning them and using them every time I go into the woods they are still holding up great. They are the best boot for under $100 and I would suggest them as a buy for any hunter/outdoorman. The only disadvantage I would give them is on the laces, they are cheap and may need to be replaced. The boots are also a little heavy compared to others. I would still highly reccomend theese boots. You WILL get your moneys worth.
June 12, 2012
Yes you should regularly spray them. The first pair I had, the waterproofing stayed for most of the season. I did not spray them and they are no longer waterproof. Bought a second pair, with a spray every month or so have had no problems
They will definitely be warm in these. But, as a recommendation, increase the size by a half, if you're going to be wearing thick socks. The insides of these are thick and "pillowy"; so, buying your specific size will make it a little cramped when wearing thicker socks.