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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
Worth The Price
I bought these for my 11 year old son - he used them hiking up Enchanted Rock (in Texas) and around swampy Houston, Texas. He has worn them a lot, like to a Scout camp (Buffalo Trail) in far West Texas. They are mostly waterproof and have held together well. We also hiked all around Rocky Mountain National Park and they did great. When his feet stop growing we will get him a better quality pair but for now he is wearing a size 14 so we just bought him a larger size of this boot. I will keep the receipt just in case, because if they wear out too soon Bass Pro Shop will replace them!!
February 8, 2012
Low quality product
Okay, so I didn't spend a lot on these - maybe $40 on sale? There was another option for about $5-10 less, but I bought these because they were "waterproof," which they're not.
They were comfortable enough, but that's about all I can say. I had mine for about 9 months before I got rid of them. The soles had worn through and cracked in numerous places and the laces had frayed as well. It's not like I even gave them that heavy use.
Sure, they were cheap but they should at least last a year or two...
January 17, 2012
Not Waterproof At All
These boots are comfortable but not at all waterproof. It is sad when I step in 2" of water and my feet instantly get soaked from water coming in where the upper meets the sole and my daughter who was in Van's sneakers stepped in the water and her feet stayed dry! Never mind that it was 35 degrees out. I'd never consider these hikers ever again.
January 3, 2012
don't buy them if you want your feet to be dry in wet conditions cause their not waterproof. This is Dec. 5, 2011 and I'm wearing them today here in Texas and my feet are wet and cold. They have never been dry during wet weather.
December 5, 2011
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