RedHead Big Timber Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men
Purchased these boots at the store about 6 months ago. I've worn them about a dozen times and thought they were ok boots. I wore them in snow and got them wet for the first time yesterday. That's when I found out these boots are not 100% waterproof. From my dripping wet sox, I'd have to guess they are actually about 10% waterproof. They failed when I needed to keep my feet warm & dry. After 6 hours with cold wet feet, I was pretty much hating these boots by the time I got home.
February 8, 2015
Comfortable bad Quality
Second time I wore the boots my feet got wet and I pulled an eyelet out. Really like the looks of the boot but quality is just not there taking them back.
October 30, 2013
Bought these two days ago. Gave me horrible blisters on my heal and rubbed the side of my ankle. They will be returned today.
September 28, 2013
Perfect for Early Archery Season
I bought these boots for early archery season in Northeastern Pennsylvania. This year temperatures ranged from 75 in the early season to just below freezing later in the season and these boots worked great in this temperature range. For the colder temperatures sock liners and wool socks where necessary. I wouldn't want to go much below 30 (standing still) in these boots.
As far as the poor reviews for giving blisters and such; the first time I wore these boots I went on a mile walk and toward the end of the walk I could feel the boots rubbing a bit on the heal. I took it easy and wore them in the yard a couple times and haven't had any issues since.
The only reason I'm giving 4 stars and not 5 is because of the cheap laces. They only lasted about two weeks and I had to get another pair. Not a deal breaker for me though.
November 27, 2013