RedHead® Talus II Waterproof Hiking Boots for Men
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- Lightweight waterproof protection for the trail
- 100% waterproof
- Combination suede leather and mesh uppers for lightweight comfort
- Mesh comfort panels and lining
- Removable PU insoles enhance breathability and comfort
- Rugged rubber outsoles with aggressive tread
When your hike or workday take you into rough terrain or extreme wet conditions, you can trust RedHead Talus II Waterproof Boots for superior traction and 100% waterproof protection. These super-tough, mid-height boots feature a rugged suede leather and mesh upper. Your feet will stay dry and comfortable all day with a comfortable mesh lining and removable PU insoles for breathability. RedHead Talus II Waterproof Hiking Boots have tough rubber outsoles with an aggressive tread that gives you gripping power on wet surfaces or harsh conditions. Average weight: 2 lb. 12 oz. Imported.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by pdubzzz great value and sturdy
I got a good deal on these. I cannot comment on the longevity of these as I've only owned them 2 days. They feel durable and I expect to get a reasonably long life from them as long as I don't try doing heavy work in them. I'll keep them around for actual hikes as they fit great for such. I was acclimated to them in about 2 hours of wearing and now they are ridiculously comfortable. I'm not an avid hiker but enjoy the occasional hike so I couldnt justify $100+ boots but the cheapies always seem to hurt /fall apart. These hit the sweet spot. I havent tested the waterproof claim but they did well on a walk in the rain. I wouldn't hesitate to take them on extended hikes.
March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Idle77 Great for the price
For the price not a bad shoe. I was given a gift card for my birthday and wanted to get a cheap shoe for around the house. I own a pair of vasque breeze 2.0 and will say they are the best hiking shoe/boot I've ever worn but was pricey. Well I saw these and wanted something with alittle ankle support for daily chores around the house and wasn't expecting much. To my surprise these are built quite nicely BUT as said on another review a good set of insoles is needed but that is just to make them real nice. The insoles that come with them is just a little thin but as I said not bad for the price.
September 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by CGreene12 Great boots just 1 flaw
I ordered these boots to train for 3-gun competitions. I wanted something inexpensive so I could spend more on optics and I have so far been very impressed. They arrived quickly and fit true to size. Initially they were a little stiff so I got them wet, laced them up good and wore them until dry. This did the trick, my only complaint is the insole. Nothing I couldn't fix, so I put a good pair of insoles and they're great now. All in all it was another great purchase and I would definitely recommend these to any of my friends.
September 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cntrykid Hopefully this helps someone
I purchased a pair of these boots for two reasons...the price and the fact that they are waterproof. I usually buy Merrells but they get a little expensive and don't seem to last any longer than others. I work outdoors everyday and need comfortable shoes and dry feet.
These boots run a little narrow. I normally wear medium width but opted for a wide pair of these. The initial shoe size is true to what I normally wear.
The boots themselves seem well constructed, the stitching seems good quality. The insoles are comfortable.
The soles of the boots are VERY pliable. By this I mean that if you step on a rock you will feel it. I was digging with a shovel and it was very uncomfortable when I pushed on the head of the shovel with my foot. This could be something your looking for in a shoe to conform to the terrain while in the wilderness, so I can't say that it's a flaw with the boot. The only other thing I don't like is when the boots are tied the top of the tongue of the boot doesn't tuck in on both sides, so the metal rivets holding the top lace hooks will rub your foot. I wear ankle socks, so taller socks may eliminate this.
I've worn these boots for a week now and overall they are decent. I've had no issues with wet feet and they seem to be holding up as expected.
September 8, 2013
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