RedHead® Bone-Dry Ridge Pointe Hiker Hiking Boots for Men
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- BONE-DRY waterproof construction
- Exclusive ground-gripping rubber hunting sole
- Full-grain leather upper
- Moisture-wicking cambrelle lining
- EVA midsole
- Removable footbed
Our durable, lightweight hiker is ready for rough country! Hunting-specific features include our exclusive ground-gripping rubber hunting sole, BONE-DRY construction, a supple full-grain leather upper, a moisture-wicking cambrelle lining, EVA midsole, and removable footbed. Non-Insulated. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: 524670.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 40
Rated 5 out of 5 by Montague63 My second pair
These boots keep my feet dry while hunting pheasant, turkey and deer during the warm hunting days. Very comfortable and light weight compared to heavier insulated types. I hunt mostly from a blind and carry it in on my back via my Rack Pack. Traction is good and excellent comfort. For the price I got several seasons out of my first pair now known as my spare. They got left behind on my last turkey VT hunt so I bought another pair to continue having them to use in MA.
June 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by NPSCamperDave Love the Boots
This is my second pair and there great. I volunteer for the National Park service and hike a lot. The boot is comfortable, secure on the foot and good ankle support. If this pair last like the last, I won’t need new boots for a long time.
December 18, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gooey Seemed good at first...
Boots seemed like a decent fit initially and the price was right. Then discovered that the tongue was too padded and the laces tended to slide off the top, just didn't fit together well. Also had an odd pressure point on the upper ankle. After a few days of all day wear at work the left boot developed an issue in the sole. It felt like something was stuck to the bottom of the boot. Very annoying. I ordered them on the website but returned them to the store after almost a month of wear. No problem at all. Good return policy.
December 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by nenno call the ENT--tongue problem
A previous reviewer mentioned the boot's tongue. I too have an issue-- when the laces are pulled tight, the tongue does not lay flat on my shin. Both sides of the tongue curl, which effectively creates a "shoot" or "tube" for
water and snow to pour into the boot.
December 10, 2012
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