RedHead Guide 16'' Waterproof Rubber Boots for Men
I purchased these in a bass pro store, I had 150.00 budget and tried on all the rubber boots they had. These were without a doubt in the top 5 in comfort, were there some a lil more comfortable? Yes but twice the price and not different enough to justify that to me. The sizing is true boot sizing, they are a little tight around the ankle area but not enough to make them hard to get on and off, just right to keep them from moving around and sliding on your feet. These boots are defiantly worth 100.00+ do not hesitate.
October 5, 2014
Redhead 16" Guide non insulated
I used these boots 3 times before they tore up. I walk less than 100 yards to my stands. Yes there are vines and briars along the way. The boots I used before where replaced because they got left in a hot trailer and the heat made them crack. I used them for 2 years before this happened. So I thought I would give the Redheads a try. The stitching/ adhesive shredded between the sole and the rest of the boot. Basspro took them back with out a problem. I went to get another pair and all of the ones they brought out had what looked like a defect in the same areas so I got a different brand.
December 15, 2013
Purchased these boots and are now 1 year old. The souls are coming apart and the rubber is separating above the heel. Poor quality, but on a good note they are very comfortable.
November 19, 2014
These boots are the best rubber boots I've ever owned. They are very cushioned under my feet and don't constrain my feet when I have thick socks on. Put on and take off are very easy with the adjustable straps on the back. I wasn't expecting them to be so textured on the bottom which is a plus for walking in loose mud. I highly recommend these to anyone looking for a quality hunting boot without breaking the bank!
October 24, 2012