RedHead® Caliber Waterproof Hiker for Men
- Rugged, waterproof hiker at a great value
- Suede leather and nylon mesh upper - durable and breathable
- Waterproof liner
- Anatomically-shaped, built-in sockliner cushions your foot
- TPR outsole - sure traction
Rated 3 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TNdogwalker What I wanted I bought the RedHead Caliber Waterproof Hiker because I needed a light weight waterproof shoe to wear while walking the dog in wet weather. I had read the customer ratings before I bought them, and was aware of the complaint that the soles are thin, but I am not planning to wear them to hike in rough terrain. So, I bought them. They are exactly what I wanted - warm and dry and not too heavy. The price was also right. May 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by jeepgonefishing frugal Good overall quality. Invest in some dr scholls to have better comfort. April 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 good for what i wanted I was looking for a nice looking boot for winter, not something too heavy but something that would keep my feet warm and dry. When I first put these on, I noticed, as others have said, that the soles ar pretty thin. I would not think these would be good for actual trail hiking, unless you were hiking pretty flat, smooth trails. I have to put some sort of insole in just about every pair of shoes I buy so I bought them knowing that I would add to the thickness of the sole. Turns out I had some etonic insoles from a pair of golf shoes and after I put those insoles in, I was perfectly happy. I had read that others had problems with water so I just spray them with camp dry every few days during snowy, slushy times. Have not had a problem with feet getting wet. I like these boots, but I haven't hiked in them. I do mostly summer hiking and that duty falls to Keens. March 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by 8899 hiking shoe Good shoe for the money. still wearing after 3 weeks,sole too thin to re-purchase when I replace them. March 5, 2013
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Details:Hi - i ordered regarding the sizingchart a pair of hiking boots - i normally wear the size 9.5 or 10 - this time no item was right
tennis shoes 9,5 TO SMALL
hiking boots 10 - atleast one size too small
i will check this item -my question :
are they biger in size as other brands ?
i am shure u know, that the sizes changes between brands.
A:I normally wear a man's size 10.5M athletic shoe, and that is what I ordered. They fit fine if I wear heavy socks.
A:I normally wear a 9 in just about every other shoe, but I am very comfortable in an 8 in this boot. Even 8.5 was too big. Based on that, I would say they run large.
A:different styles carry different sizes even though your size was 9.5 if the shoe was not a well known brand, then the size will be a slight smaller
A:sometimes you would need to check on the width, the size might be right but to narrow
A:First - can I come visit you??? I love the Alps but live in Houston, Texas :-(
To get a good fit in the Caliber you have to try them on. Different boots seem to vary in size but who knows why. Lower price boots do not have consistent sizing.
A:Yes, I know sizes are different among brands. However, other catalogs note whether or not to order size larger or smaller.
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