RedHead Dogwood Canyon Rubber Lug Sole Wading Boots for Men
Probably the best bang for the buck...
I bought these in a pinch when my other set of boots failed me... I bought them with intentions of using them for the time being and then keeping them as backups. Well I am still using them, And using them hard at that. I have had these boots almost a year and then have been worn atleast a 100 times. I have walked and hiked god knows how many miles in them and they are still in fantastic shape. My only complaints are that the insoles are kinda lame and the laces are durable but irritating in their own weird way. It is quite a task to lace them up tightly for some reason. They are also sized funny. I wear a size ten wading boot in all other brands yet I had to buy these in a size 8½...They are inexpensive, durable and get the job done.
May 5, 2011
I just took these out today. I like that they are a wide boot fitting. They felt great. I didn't need to tie to tight and cut circulation to feel secure. I wore 1 thin wicking sock and 1 thicker work sock and along with the spongey neoprene bootie they felt good all day long (5:00am-2:00pm). Looking forward to colder temps to stick another pair of socks in there. If they rust out after 5/6 outings and the gromets fall out I'll let you know. They could only be better if the bottom wasn't rounded and more like a felt bottom.
May 1, 2010
Ok for the money
Boot are OK, laces are poor. Needed to be replaced after first use.
October 27, 2014
The answer I needed
I had a pair of wading boots with felt bottoms, I slipped around in the mud when waterfowl hunting. With my basspro rewards I only paid 13 dollars for these boots, I thought why not. They are excellant, I now have traction in mud. The lug soles are great, and the boot is comfortable. I wear 10 1/2 shoe, so I went with the size 11. They work great.
March 16, 2011