The best value in all-weather footwear-PERIOD! 3.5mm neoprene liner makes this RedHead® All-Season Classic II Insulated Pull-On 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 Pull-On Insulated Boots for Men feature an outside pull tab for easy on/off. Try a pair today! Imported.
RedHead® All-Season Classic II Insulated Waterproof Pull-On Boots for Men
The boots are as the other reviewers described except no zipper. They are not overly impressive boots. When I compared them to boots I could buy at a big box store for the same price, I found them to be more comfortable. I wear them to work and back and would not attempt ice fishing or any serious cold weather activity in them.
January 23, 2011
Bought these boots 2 years ago.. Within 13 months the upper portion of the boot foot went to
cracking and leaking. Can only use in dry weather now... Rubber must have been dry rotted like a car
January 13, 2011
I was really looking forward to these and was happy to see them when the box came. I have a lot of work to do and it is rainy and muddy in northern california...you can't chop wood in sneakers! They looked and felt great...seemed perfect until I tried to put one on. Extremely difficult and couldn't even get it on until I put on a brand new sock. Even then it seemed akin to giving birth to my foot. There is no zipper...they are supposed to be slip on. It took great effort to get the other on as well. I was wondering if I had gotten the wrong size, but once in they fit great. I have had them about a week and they work well but for the fact that they are falling apart...at least the right one is...first two days it was still had to pull on and the pull strap on the ankle started breaking the seams and tearing away...a few days later the inn lining, quilted, where the heel slides back until it fits in the bottom is tearing too! I could understand this happening if it had been years on owner ship but these haven't been here a week...they seem to be great otherwise especially around the property...but if these problems have occurred already...what will go next? Too bad I can't give them a better rating
January 12, 2011
Good boot, little loose
These boots kept my feet warm in 25 degree weather fishing and in the snow with my kid. They are hard to get your foot in at first, but you can stretch the tops some and wear a few times to break in and they do fine. Use your thumb as a shoe horn while pulling the loop with your finger. Once the treads get stretched, the are ok. A little loose around the ankles, but snug with thicker wool socks.
December 28, 2010
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