100% snakeproof and waterproof zip-up hunting boot
Full grain waterproof leather and rugged nylon upper
100% waterproof Bone-Dry® construction
Dual density polyurethane mini-lug outsole
Heel flex notches for improved flexibility
Removable polyurethane insole for cushioning and comfort
Easy on/off zip style
Forget about ill-tempered diamondbacks or a foul-mouthed copperhead on your next hunt with the RedHead® 16'' Waterproof Bayou Zip Snake Boots for Men. The snakeproof Bayou features a full grain waterproof leather and rugged nylon upper for all day walking comfort and extra resistance to wet conditions. The 100% waterproof Bone-Dry® construction means your feet stay dry no matter what. The dual density polyurethane mini-lug outsole delivers trustworthy traction, sticking to terrain without collecting mud. Heel flex notches add flexibility, while the removable polyurethane insole delivers additional cushioning and comfort. Easy on/off zip style. Color: Realtree Hardwoods Green HD®. Average weight per pair 4.1 lbs. Imported.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bigfoot2013 Calfs not cows
Nice boots, very comfortable however the upper is small and only barely closes around my calf, unfortunately they will be returned because of this issue.
If the calf area was bigger/more roomy I would definetly hang on to them. I would recommend anyone buying this to try them in the store
April 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by highbrass Tough on boots
I manage an upland gamebird preserve in Oklahoma, and guide almost everyday. I walk around three miles a day through the brush. I have yet to have a pair of boots last me a season, but I purchased a pair of Redhead Bone -Drys a few weeks ago, so lets see how they hold up. I love how they feel right out of the box, they are very comfortable.
December 7, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by RandyU Soles Fall apart
I bought these boots two years ago. I do not get them wet other than rain and I keep them oiled with mink oil so I do not have an issue with my feet getting wet. However, I recently found both soles had completely deteriorated to the foam interior. The rubber coating had completely disintigrated. That does not make me happy and recommend you consider another brand or sole.
December 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pastorty 6 STARS!!!
If I could give this boot six stars I would. Snow, Hunting, playing I wear it. Upland birds, Deer hunting, Christmas Tree Hunting I wear it. Comfortable, warm, + they are snake proof. LOVE THEM!
November 26, 2012
Excellent boots suitable for cold weather provided you wear an appropriate sock that is rated for the temperatures you will be encountering. I have used these boots in 100 degree heat and temperatures that plunged tp 2 degrees below zero in snow and sleet.
Not insulated and I have worn mine with wool socks in temps close to freezing and was fairly comfortable. I usually only wear mine when the snakes are crawling and switch to insulated boots below 35 degrees.
non-insulated, "if" you can find a pair that fits properly (try in store first) as these boots have a problem getting your feet into for some reason and you may have to buy a larger size than you think??? As to freezing temperatures to 25 deg. I can say no problem for me, I also use a good boot dressing often.
I see where it states these boots are guessted on top with a cinch strap to keep water and debri out, I am looking for a pair of boots that will go over stocking foot chest waders that will not let water in causing a swooshing sound, I will only use them for this reason on an 8 day hunting trip to Alaska. Will these boots work for that purpose, Thanks,
I have used these boots for years and found them to be an excellent boot for most hunting situations. With that being said, these boots are not designed to do what you are asking. You would be better served by using a quality made pair of booted chest waders that ensure no water penetration. Choose carefully so that you are comfortable and provided the stability you seek for a hunt lasting that length of time. Wet and uncomfortable feet can ruin what otherwise would be an amazing experience.
They would but I don't know why you wouldn't just wear boot foot waders? Also are you sure you want chest waders and not thigh highs or waist? Hot, hot, hot if you are walking. Make sure they are breathable at least.