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Enjoy rugged waterproof performance out on the trail without emptying your wallet with the RedHead® Caliber Waterproof Hikers for Men. The Caliber's suede leather and nylon mesh upper delivers durability and breathability, while the boot's waterproof liner keeps your foot dry and comfortable. Anatomically-shaped, built-in sockliner provides a comfortable cushioning fit mile after mile. TPR outsole gives you sure traction over uneven terrain in any weather. Gusseted tongue. Durable metal loops and leather loop lacing. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: P4115MER.
Rugged, waterproof hiker at a great value
Suede leather and nylon mesh upper - durable and breathable
Anatomically-shaped, built-in sockliner cushions your foot
RedHead® Caliber Waterproof Hiker for Men
There light weight
Needless to say I have returned the RedHeads, the right side was comfortable ,but the left was tight. I guess when you buy a name you never heard of that is what happens.
April 5, 2012
Save your cash
These hikers are not worth half of what the cost is for them. They may look like a good deal, but it it looks to good to be true it likely is. And these definitely fit that description.
The soles are extremely thin and very flexible. What this means is that you will feel every pebble you step on, and your feet will really be unhappy if you step on something hard and sharp. It will come right through the sole. Walk in these for any length of time and your feet will be very sore and tired. You might be better off barefoot.
The nubs that are supposed to provide traction on the sole are not attached integrally to the sole, and have a tendency to simply fall off over time. The little metal nubs that are used as eyelets (there is probably a name for them but I do not know what it is) near the top of the shoe have very sharp edges. So, after tying your shoes a relatively small number of times you will very likely slice right thru your shoelace. This can be extremely frustrating if you are out on a long hike at the time.
They are supposed to be waterproof, but do not keep water out very effectively at all. Even walking thru grass wet with dew tends to get your feet wet, let alone actually stepping in puddles or shallow streams.
I bought a pair of these for myself and my son, and I sure wish I could have given them back. Pay more and get a name brand shoe. Anything you get will be better than these.
March 23, 2012
RedHead Caliber Shoe
I like the shoe fits well comfortable and light weight, but the sole doesn't last . i do a lot of walking on pavement and cement. The soles are soft and wear out fast. Since I like this pair I ordered another one . First pair lasted (5) months
March 15, 2012
You get what you pay for
I used to own a pair of these same boots that lasted me many years, but not this time. I got these in October of 2010 and as other reviewers have noted, the soles are cracked all the way through letting water right into the boot. Do not waste you money on these, they are NOT waterproof or even water resistant and as soon as they get wet the sole disintegrates. Even though I got them on sale for about $30, I couldn't see recommending them because they are poorly constructed. CHEAP BOOTS!
March 5, 2012
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