RedHead® Bone-Dry Big Horn 9'' Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men
- 900 denier nylon upper
- 800 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation
- Tough, abrasion-resistant Cordura®
- Bone-Dry 100% waterproof protection
- EVA midsole
Can you find a better deer hunting boot at this price? We don't think so either, especially when you factor in all the extras, such as an oil-resistant rubber outsole, camo-wrapped EVA midsole, and the briar-defying toe cap. Made for the colder months of the season with a comfort level that can't be beat! Average weight per pair 3.5 lbs. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 95 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by george50 Bo's boots I purchased my bone-dry boots late in the 2012 deer season. However, i went fishing after i received the boots and wore them for 5 days afterward because they were that comfortable....great boots for the price. Heck for the quality i would have expected to pay much more. March 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jassi Very good fit.... I tested out this shoes i bought from Bass pro, and i was very happy to say it was very good shoes. I tried them in snow and mud, but the shoes pass exeptional. Waterproof and good fit:) I will buy more of these... Best regards, Jan:) March 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AussieChick Awsome! I bought these hunting boots for my husbands birthday. He LOVES them! Took them for their first outing last weekend and said they were extremely comfortable. In fact, like he wasn't wearing any boots at all as they are so light. I read a few reviews of the product before purchasing, so I'm glad I took their advice in ordering a larger size than he normally wears. He wears Aus size 8 work boot and I ordered size 10. The price is excellent - even with shipping costs to Australia, they were less expensive than a similar boot for sale here. Very good value for money! We have a big hunting trip booked to Africa in July - hope he does not wear them out by then :-) February 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ReconFC Great boots These boots arrived in time to hit the woods last friday on a hog hunt in the Florida central area. I was not sure about using them out of the box but decided to try them out. It only took 15 minutes of walking to get them comfy and the first day we were in deep mud and water most of the afternoon. The boots gave great support and the laces were extra long to double wrap around the top. The soles were easy to keep clean of mud and the grip in tree stands was great. Did I mention they are super light!!!! The real test will be the sulpher water and swamp sand that usually tears inferior soles right off within 3 months. The price was great and size ran about right. If you hunt up north though I would order 1/2 to 1 size larger for heavier socks in colder climates. February 25, 2013
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A:I had to get another full size. Since I wear a 13 W and the largest they had was a 14 W - that is what I went with. There is no extra room for heavy wool winter socks - for me.
A:15 wide (if they make them that size)
A:I would order item number 38-752-158-69 which is a 14 wide.
A:I would order a wide for sure, maybe a 15 or 16. I wear a 12 med and ordered a 13 wide. They fit great, so I would order at least a 15 wide.
A:I wear a 13 and the 13 wides fit just fine
A:I would go one half size larger.
A:They Are 800 Grams thinsalte
Details:I am a woman who wears a 7.5 in women's. I can in most boys shoes wear a 6. I like these boots for many reasons but one of them is that they seem to run small and I might be okay ordering a men's, but what size should I even try first. I wish we had a store nearby but I do not so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!
After i got these shoes i see they was in my size i use in other shoes....
So i use 42 in european shoes and it was 8.5 in us sizes!
So i guess your size will fit 6 in these shoes:)
A:Since you would wear a boy's 6, I think a 7 would be OK. You could also go to any store and try on a men's 7 or 7 1/2, but remember you will have heavy socks on with the winter boots.
A:Vermont gets much colder than Arkansas so you need good heavy socks.
I wear a 13W. They had a 14W which means I could only go up one size. This means if I wanted to wear heavy socks I would need an extra wide.
A:i had the same problem i am a size 10 in regular mens so i ordered an 11 and this worked out for me. hoped this helped a little
A:If ordering mens, I would try 1 size bigger than what you normally wear. Both I and my son needed next size up.
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