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 5 out of 5 by mwiderman Excellent for the money Boots are warm and kept my feet dry outside on a rainy day. Would get half a size larger to accommodate layering socks. Fantastic purchase for the sale price February 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Silver49 Very Good Product Boots were as described and expected. Very light , comfortable and warm. I took the other reviewers advice and ordered a size larger and wider, and that was on the money. Very good price. The soles should help prevent slipping. February 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by greatwhithunter decent boot it is a good boot and i follwed what people said and got a size or two bigger. i gave it 4 stars because i have wide feet and order it in wide and it was not wide! February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by HUNTLBL Best cold weather boot I ever owned. I just got this boots in Jan 13 and trying to break them in for next winter but not having the cold weather in TN to wear them much. I did few days in the teens and 20's and my feet was toastee. Thirty degee days and they were to hot but I was mostly walking, it might be different setting in a tree stand. I havn't got in any water to test for bone dry yet. As stated by several, get one to one & half size larger if you like to wear heavy wool socks for the cold days on a stand or whatever. February 12, 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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