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With the comfortable windproof and waterproof protection of BONE-DRY technology, durable construction, and a supportive design, the RedHead® Roark Waterproof Hiking Boots for Men take care of your feet on the trail. This durable boot starts with a waterproof, full grain nubuck and suede leather upper with BONE-DRY breathable waterproof technology inside. BONE-DRY construction delivers 100% waterproof and windproof protection and pulls moisture away from your feet for rapid evaporation and evacuation of sweat. The boot's fully padded cushioned collar and gussetted padded tongue seals the foot against the elements and provides extra comfort. Superior cushioning and support is provided by the Roark's full cushion comfort orthotic footbed with cookie arch support. Durable reinforced metal lacing hardware. Trustworthy traction is delivered by the aggressive and lightweight dual density carbon rubber outsole. Protective rubber toe guard. Height: 6". Average weight per pair: 2.65 lbs. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: J0629.
Durable, lightweight, waterproof hiking boot
Waterproof, full grain nubuck and suede leather upper
BONE-DRY breathable waterproof technology
Fully padded cushioned collar
Gusseted padded tongue
Full cushion comfort orthotic footbed with cookie arch support
Reinforced metal lacing hardware
Dual density carbon rubber outsole - aggressive and lightweight
RedHead® Roark Waterproof Hiking Boots for Men
boots were comfortable from the start and seem to be waterproof so far the only thing I don't like is they won't stay tied but I have had this problem with much more expensive boots, they also run a half size small
April 12, 2011
Would not recommend these.
Would not recommend these boots unless you are a pretender. 18 Months into using these they are a big FAIL! The "Bone Dry" is not dry in the least. The soles are seperating, and eyelet failed and insole has broken down. The DO NOT buy these if you actually plan on hiking they will fail you on the trail. For me, this purchase was a total failure. I won't be buying any more "Redhead" products.
March 6, 2011
Paid over 100.00 for these boots and the second time I wore them an eyelet fell off.Now I have to travel 40 minutes to the closest store to exchange them.
February 3, 2011
Comfy boot, but toe box too narrow
I bought these boots prior to a three-week working trip to Afghanistan. My needs were comfort, support, and durability, and these "Roarks" seemed to fit the criteria. I did notice that the 9 medium pair were narrow at the toes, so I bought a pair of 9 wides. But they weren't wide enough, as I discovered during my third week, when the pain in my big toe turned out to be a very large blister, which really interfered with my mobility. (And mobility in rural Afghanistan is important, as you might imagine.) The toe box of the boot is definitely too narrow, and I suspect the last is the root of the problem. American feet tend to have wide toes and narrow heels, and the last (the shape the boot is built around) should reflect this. I've owned and worn many boots in my life (alpine climbing, backpacking, work boots), so I have some experience with serious outdoor footwear. If you have narrow toes, I can definitely recommend the Roarks due to their comfort and excellent soles and uppers. But if your toes are wide like mine, keep looking.
October 17, 2010
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