RedHead® BONE-DRY 16'' Canvas 400 Insulated Waterproof 3-Ply Boots for Men
RedHead® BONE-DRY 16'' Canvas 400 Insulated Waterproof 3-Ply Boots for Men provide serious warmth and long lasting durability at a great price! This 16'' boot utilizes three separate waterproof layers of canvas, rubber, and cotton with 400 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra insulation to give you trustworthy warm, waterproof protection and extreme durability. Boot features ozone-resistant rubber overlay around the foot for protection and heel kicker for easier removal. The aggressive tread on the outsole is self cleaning to continually provide sure footing in less than ideal conditions. Average weight per pair - 5 lbs. Color: Realtree Hardwoods HD®. Imported.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 110 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by McVay737 Excellent Rubber Boot! These are the best product if you are looking for rubber boots. The 400 grams of Thinsulate provide enough warmth to keep you feet comfortable while being super lightweight and easy on the feet, even during longer hikes through all types of terrain. These can easily be worn all day without any discomfort. December 29, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by CoolGuy75 Smart Choice I bought these while they were on sale for about $50 and they are worth it. nice fit I would recommend buying a size smaller I did and there is plenty of room. And I love camo April 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kickingbass1 Great boots! The first day I purchased these I hiked four miles through the woods following a river for some trout in 20-30 degree weather warmth was fine but comfort was a little lacking due to insoles and they are a scosche big I went out and purchased some higher end insoles with arch support and all problems were fixed. Hiked many miles yesterday with no knee/hip pain comfort was great! So they lost one star for insoles, but for the price you cannot beat them. I would recommend them and have to my friends great boot and great value. I wear a size 11 and ordered a size 11. April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by imsunk nice boot I got them just to get me away from weeded shore line for quick fishing trips there comfortable January 30, 2013
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Details:I have been needing a pair, but did not want to get them if they were not going to fit right. HELP!!
A:I would recommend going down two to three sizes as they run big on men as well!
A:Yes! Bought two sizes smaller and work perfect. Little tall in toes area but she wears extra socks. Great boot!
A:Seem sized to fit with boot socks.. They have womens sizes also.
A:The boot is slightly bigger than the foot for ease of putting them on and adding sock layers if needed. I would recommend buying the male equivalent size that you normally bu and you will be just fine.
A:yes I don't see why the wouldn't fit a lady
A:You should ask the folks at Bass Pro if they have a womens size.You might want to try them on,they are a little heavy.
Details:I hunt in Florida in areas that have a lot of poisonous snakes (rattlesnakes and moccasins). Are these thick enough on their own to block a snake bite or do I need to add some gaitors or something for better protection?
A:Doubt if any rubber boot or leather would stop a large snake - wear snake approved gaitors or footwear.
A:A snake couldn't bite though this boot.
A:Definitely not youd need somethin alot tougher my opinion
A:I would not rely on just these to prevent a snake's fang from penetrating to the skin. These are well made but they don't say snake proof so why take the chance.
A:IMO - I would never wear these boots for snake bite protection.
A:I would not wear these in an area where you would encounter poisonous snakes.
A:Its kind of weird but they do make some noise while walking.
I wear them in the school building as well as on the tundra and boardwalk. no squeeking
A:Yes. Mine flop a bit, and quickly developed a squish in the heel. I would only wear these if you know you're going into water...otherwise wear a more traditional boot for stealth.
A:These boots are not noisy at all.
A:Mine didn't. My heal slid just a little bit, but I had plenty of room for thick socks that's why, so I just put insoles during warmer weather and that stopped it all!
Details:Does anyone have any tips for prolonging the life of any rubber boot,
Any conditioner you can put on them, etc?
A:store them out of the sun light to keep from drying. Lightly coat with mink oil as well.
A:Store them in a cool dry place out of direct sunlite
A:Fly Fishing paste. Use it around the seams. It is a little costly but will work great with any seams.
A:would not use a conditioner because of sent but will say make sure you dry them out after every use keep them clean
A:I use the same thing I use on my leather boots- Snow Seal or like. The only thing instead of warming in the oven is I use a heat gun or hair dryer to let it soak in a little. A must for preserving rubber boots, waders, and the like for long term storage. Hope this helps as it has worked on the rubber boots, waders, and the leg waders I've been using for almost 20 years and I prospect in them too!
A:All I have been doing is making sure that they are stored in a cool dark place in the summer months.......
A:I have several pairs of rubber boots from various makers and they have all lasted. The only precaution I have taken is not leaving them lay in the sun for long periods of time (UV rays). I think all conditioners will do is make your scent free rubber boots, scented.
A:Keep them out of the sun and keep them upright. If you allow them to fold over they will develop cracks. I have put tire conditioners on them and it seems to help but unless you buy the real expensive ones just plan on replacing them regulary.
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