RedHead® Everest Hikers for Men
You can see more when you're off the beaten path and making your own. These hikers can help get you there and back in comfort. Orthopedic insoles offer comfort with an improved fit, and contour molded rubber outsoles provide full-time support. Includes suede leather uppers, a fully padded tongue, steel shanks, and Taslan® laces. Color: Brown. Imported.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Billpayer Finally found a pair After looking at all the Medium height Hikers at Big Box stores and at some Speciaity Shoe stores, your Redhead Series of Hiker had a steel Arch support which is hard to find, except for special order Thanks... May 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Swazy Hiking Boots This is my second pair. My first pair lasted 6 years. I wear three to four times a day when I go out for a walk. However, I only wore them during the winter months. (November to May) Comfortable and functional. April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ajaxx8 good deal This is my 3rd pair of Everest hikers. I buy them because they are comfortable and inexpensive. March 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ginsu Great for the money! Comfortable boot. I wish the laces were a little more substantial? Otherwise , a great deal for the money. March 18, 2013
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Details:Where I can see size chart for Redhead men shoes?
A:I cant offer a suggestion the only thing I can think of is a US shoe sizes 10, 10 1/2 ,11 ect conversion to metric Lathes
A:Yes - I walk daily with these. In snow (less than 5in., rain, dew, etc. Warm and dry all winter long.
A:These are good cool weather shoes, but they are not waterproof.
Details:Most boots list that they are 6", 7", 8", 9". I need something a bit taller to get over my ankle. Thanks!
A:The top of the boot is about half of an inch above my ankle bone.
A:they fit over the ankle, but not very far
A:No, but there is plenty of height in the boot to allow adding an insole. I put a pair in mine and although they were already comfortable, they are now even more comfortable. Hope this answers your question
A:No, but I did insert my orthotics into them over the insole. Wore them both with and without the added orthotics. Some days one way felt good, other times the other way worked for me. (Plantar faciatis)
A:They are not a heavy insulated boot. But they do have a nice thick liner in them. I wear a good quality wool sock with them and go out in the snow and cold all the time. They work fine for me in the wintertime and in the summer.
A:They are not sold as waterproof, but they appear to be water-resistant. My feet have stayed dry in the snow so far. I think I will spray mine, since I wear them in snow and wet grass a lot.
A:no, they are somewhat water resistant, but not waterproof
A:No they are not water proof. But when they do get wet they seem to dry out rather fast. I have waded streams in them and got them completley wet but after a little while they seem to feel dry even tho they are still wet.
A:I would say they are "water resistant". If you wade around in several inches of water eventually your feet will get wet, but they can handle splashing with the hose quite well.
A:This hiker is an import, it's very well made.
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