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One of our most popular hikers also happens to be one of our most affordable. But don't let the price fool you. The RedHead® McKinley is among the best-kept secrets in hiking boots, with quality features that match (and sometimes exceed) those of boots costing twice as much -- or even more. Supremely comfortable and amazingly durable, with practical styling and attractive good looks that make them at home virtually anywhere. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: P4040MEXO.
I have worn these boots to fish in this past winter. There is not much support and they don't stayed tied.
May 15, 2008
You get what you pay for
These boots are inexpensive and that is exactly what you get. No support in the soles. The laces don,t slide through the eyes easily and that wears them out. The bottoms or tread was almost smooth in 3 months, but I wore them almost every day.
November 18, 2006
good product for price
For the price of this product you realy don't have much to complain about. The only fault I found is the insole broke down over a weekend camping trip in dolly sods WV. I beat them pretty hard over the weekend. and that is my only complaint
October 30, 2006
The boot is very comfortable. The traction is great. It breathes very well.
I dont have any complaints. I wear them all day at work now and love it.
July 13, 2006
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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