RedHead® McKinley Hikers for Men
- Water-resistant leather/nylon upper
- Contoured cushioned footbed
- Dual-density flexible EVA midsole
- Rugged, ground-gripping lug outsole
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by fatherT RedHead McKinley Hikers Bought this hiker for my son. He is hard on foot wear. RedHead hikers take a beating. Not this years model of the RedHead McKinley. The last two eyelet hooks for lacing the top of the hiker up are made of a soft metal. My son had these eyelet hooks snapped off in the first week. Had to remove 4 eyelet hooks in each hiker and just use the rivet holes to lace up the boots. May 6, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by bcut Flat, no arch support For the price, you get what you pay for. Lace strap was broken on one, inside is very plain, no arch support. Almost a chore boot (cutting grass, etc.) January 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Daily Not for daily use. I normally have Great Luck from the bass pro products I buy. I purchased these shoes for the summer season they are light. I wore them about three weeks and I noticed that the ball of my left foot and the heel of my right were getting sore. I pulled the inter sole and found the liner below had completely com apart. Im guessing that if I had worn these one day at a time with a few days between I would not have had an issue. But I were them 5 days a week and did not last. I hope Im the exception , I could not find my receipt so I'm stuck. June 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by BRatliff Good purchase This boot is very nice, i wear my boots every day to work in. I have lawn company and i love light weight boots. I am hard to please cause i like the ankle protection along wit a tennis shoe feel. This boot so far has offered that. I think the only thing that would make it better is a stronger sole. My mowers have pedals for lifting the deck and when i push on them,which i do alot you feel it. Thanks that is what i think good product and i will by more when i wear these out. May 7, 2012
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Details:I am a truck driver and the company requires (oil) slip resistant soles. We come in contact with fuel spills on a regular basis.
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A:They are some what slip resistant. But they would not be good for work and I think they would not protect you from slipping on fuel's. I would think the fuel would saturate the material and destroy the boot over time.
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