RedHead® BONE-DRY 16'' Stretch 600 Insulated 3-Ply Boots for Men
With BONE-DRY waterproof protection and Thinsulate Ultra insulation, the RedHead® BONE-DRY 16'' Stretch 600 Insulated 3-Ply Boots for Men durable comfort every time you put them on. Scent-free 3-ply construction places four-way stretch nylon over rubber over nylon with a lining that includes 600 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for incredible ice-breaking warmth. Modified ankle-fit design provides a secure fit, yet slips on and off with ease. Scent-free boot. 100% waterproof. Agressive, self-cleaning outsole. Ozone-resistant rubber. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®. Average weight: 5.5 lbs. Imported.
Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by decoy Worst Boot Ever The boot works fine for a little while. After a few hours, the heel blows and will fill with air and moisture, causing noisy walking. (Squish, squish, squish) The rubber material with or without care, gets brittle and cracks. These cracks are not visible at first, they slowly become visible over time. This is due to cheap material. They will not last over a year. Wet feet are not fun when your hunting. This is a warning. DO NOT BUY THESE. December 26, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by winkim40 My Son loves these.. I bought these for my older son. He loves them he says his feet doesn't get cold. They fit well and do not flop on the leg like others do on him. December 9, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Teekiv noisy The boots are very comfortable. They seemed to be waterproof. Walked through a lot of water on the property I hunt on. The only issue I had was they were very noisy. They squeeked horribly. I returned them. I don't know if the deer would have heard em or not. but didn't want to take the chance. November 18, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by ChevyTahoe99 Cheap Way Out Functional- waterproof and insulation is adequate for mild temps, above 30 degrees. Was out today for a few hours in 15-degree weather and my feet started to get very cold. VERY POORLY CONSTRUCTED. Heel and grip on bottom of boot is glued on- and not very well. The day I purchased the boots, I wore them out duck hunting. When I got home, I noticed I was making a noise everywhere I went. Upon inspection of the boot, I noticed a string protruding from under each heel allowed water to get under the heel of the boot- squishing out every time I stepped and making a very annoying noise. When I went back to the store to see if this was normal, I noticed every other boot in stock had this string protruding, and many of the boots had the heels and soles peeling off already. I wish I had inspected the boots better before I bought. I was trying to get a good deal- but it’s tried and true: you get what you pay for. November 21, 2008
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Details:E.g., Do I order size 10 or size 11?
A:I also wear 10 1/2, I ordered a 10 and they fit fine with two pairs of socks.
A:I would order a size up and use a insole for taking up any slop. It also gives room for thick wool socks for extra warmth.
A:I would go 1 size larger with the boot so on a very cold hunt you can put extra layers on your feet
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