The best value in all-weather footwear-PERIOD! 3.5mm neoprene liner makes this RedHead® All-Season Classic II 5-Eye Lace-Up Insulated Boot lighter and more comfortable, while the rugged suede leather upper and 100% waterproof rubber shell ward off the elements. Tough calender outsole ensures superior traction and durability, 200 gram Thinsulate™ Insulation and warm flannel plaid lining bump up the warmth factor. Removable antimicrobial insole. Snug, above-the-ankle fit for maximum support. The RedHead All-Season Classic II 5-Eye Lace-Up Insulated Boots for Ladies feature a suede leather upper and tongue. Try a pair today! Average weight: 3 lbs. Imported.
RedHead® All-Season Classic II 5-Eye Lace-Up Insulated Waterproof Boots for Ladies
DO NOT BUY
I bought a pair to shovel the snow on the driveway. I just returned from a fishing trip with these boots. Because of the tread design, they ARE VERY SLIPPERY.
The tread design goes from toe to heel instead of left to right. You get NO - ZERO traction.
I fell several times shoveling the snow and I fell while on a fishing trip and almost broke my leg.
I can't say this enough.....DO NOT BUY....
May 5, 2011
rubber cracked in less than a year
I purchased these boots in a mens size last year and thye have already split between the soles and the rubber sides. They are not even available in mens sizes anymore-maybe because of these sort of defects. I cannot find my receipt but as a long time loyal customer of Basspro I hope I can return or exchange them.
February 26, 2011
Lasted 2 months
I wore these boots every work day in what I would call "wet" conditions for about 2 months. The good: they kept my feet dry and pretty warm but I did have to buy an additional set of insoles for better insulation - I should also mention that here in GA the coldest it got was about 25 degrees. After almost 2 months the rubber started splitting in a couple places so they no longer keep my feet dry. Bottom line is, I would not recommend these boots for those looking for long lasting boots or those in cold climates.
February 5, 2011
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