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You can see more when you're off the beaten path and making your own. These RedHead® Everest Hikers for Men 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 synthetic suede uppers, a fully padded tongue, steel shanks, and Taslan® laces. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: 73821.
Purchased boots on line, arrived quickly and fit was perhaps a bit big (may want to order 1/2 size smaller?) but work great. Good traction on trail, good fit, strudy, comortable, light weight. May order another pair next size down for wear w/o heavy socks. Three times the boot of a similar product for the cost at most local discount stores.
June 7, 2012
Great quality for price
i use this product mainly for yardwork and when i come in contact with mud and it is very durable especially for its price. hard to find a better boot for the price.
April 28, 2012
Value for money
Im a production manager at a nursery. I wore these boots 6 days a week for 2 months and they have a hole in the side already.
April 25, 2012
50 miles and very happy
I have hiked roughly 50 miles in these shoes over the last five weeks - on the Appalachian Trail, in fields and on roads - but no more than 5 miles at any one time. These boots are great! They are surprisingly light and feel very sturdy with no signs of wear yet. They offer good ankle support for rock-strewn trails and the non-skid soles work well in muddy areas and on asphalt roads. My feet do not hurt after a five mile hike!
I wear a size 10 sneaker and size 11 work boot. I ordered these in a 10.5. That works perfectly with a thick sock over a normal cotton sock. I re-laced them to aleviate the manufacturer's goofy lacing scheme. Now they are easy to get on and off my feet, and easy to string tight enough for the Appalachian Trail. In summary, buy them a half size larger than your sneakers and re-lace them when they arrive. You'll love these boots!
January 25, 2012
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
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)
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.
1 year, 9 months ago
- North Carolina
no just wear extra socks but they are still warm in winter
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.
1 year, 9 months ago
- North Carolina
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.
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