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All-day performance, all-season comfort—that's RedHead® hunting boots!
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.
RedHead® Bone-Dry Big Horn 9'' Insulated Waterproof Hunting Boots for Men
Excellent Value for the Money
They keep my feet warm and dry. They are very comfortable and well made. What more can you ask for in a hunting boot? A+ in my books.
Buy one size larger than normal for a proper fit.
October 24, 2011
Normally I wear a 12. I purchased a pair at Bass Pro Shops without trying them on. When I got home (400 miles later) the boots were too small. I ordered another pair, 13 wide and when I got them, they were also too small. For years I have purchased size 12 and they were fine. Not this boot. It seems to be a good value, however the size is off.
October 20, 2011
Big Horn 9''
Nice boots at a good price, size is true with plenty of room
October 19, 2011
I thought for 49 bucks It would be a great deal. I ordered a wide and1 1/2 sizes larger than normal. Still way to small. Returned to store and the lady at the desk said let me guess they were way to small. She said they were returned all the time for being to small. I bought a pair of Wolverines that were on sale instead. A lot more quailty for only 30 bucks more.
October 18, 2011
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!
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