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. Average weight per pair: 3.8 lbs. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4TRACKs happy feet
have just wore these boots two times .bit tight but will get better with wear a few times . very comphy on the feet and good support.am surei will be happy with same
January 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carl13 Perfect
Everything I expected. Warm, dry,comfortable . Sizes run small.
December 29, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by buzzard15Ntroync Not as good as expected
I got these boots about a month ago for Hunting season. I thought 1000grams of insulation would be plenty for the NC winter. I hunted this past weekend and the temperature was about 34 degrees and my toes were froze! I had 2 pair of socks and toe warmers and my feet were still cold! They are very comfortable to hike in but not real good when sitting still. And, as the other posts said, order a size bigger than you wear. I wear a 10 1/2 and bought a 12. They fit good with room for thick socks. I have had RedHead boots that were 800 gram that were tons better as far as keeping my feet warm.
November 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by mntdewdoug great value
great boot for the money. wear a size 10 1/2 and bought a 12 wide and they fit perfect with a pair of heavy socks. the boot has good support and they keep my feet warm and dry. i have paid three times the same money and was not satisfied with another brand of boot. i have sat in 25 to 35 degree weather for up to 4 hours with out issues.
November 19, 2012
Jamson,I know that on most they dont sew the boot tonge all the up, but these are. Loading the boat after a weekend hunt had to step into the rivers edge which went nearly to the top of the boot. No water in the boot.
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.
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