The Original Muck Boot Company® Fieldblazer™ All-Terrain Sport Boots for Men
I wanted a pair of rubber boots that were comfortable, easy to get on and off, were fairly warm on 30 degree days, and were reasonably priced. I outdid myself on this purchase. The boots feel like a glove and slip on an off without any trouble. I am a LARGE man and bending over fighting those ankle locking boots was killing me. Just roll down the tops tuck in the pant leg, pull up and you are ready to go. I love them and if anything I would do would be to purchse the boots with the aggressive sole. Great Boot!!
November 29, 2010
boots are comfortable and warm but not to warm. they only come in full sizes which is nice if u wear 10.5 like i do because it leaves plenty of room for big socks or multiple socks. the neoprene top of the boots will snag on rough foliage and will take chunks out of them. if u hunt in rough terrain u might try a different boot thats all rubber.
December 5, 2012
great boots, they're durable, warm and comfortable........i usually buy them 1/2 - 1 size bigger than your normal shoe size. They're not made for long hikes/walks because your heel will start to hurt (not sure if it's becuz i buy them a 1/2 - 1 size bigger). The reason why i buy a size bigger is because i wear them in the winter too, so i can layer up with socks. Also DONT walk through thorns with them, they'll tear up quick. That's why i'm on my 3rd pair. i dont know what the difference are between the Fieldblazer and the Rangers, i've bought both.
April 15, 2014
Wrong Picture!!!! this is the field master
Best boot ever made for bowhunting, light, responsive feedback sole for STEALTH, stalking or light enough for tracking to the treestand. Sorry they don't make the Field Master anymore But that's the picture,
The Field Blazer is the same as the Field Master but has a different non responsive sole with about five to six quarter inch lines cut into a thick and heavy sole for one reason only TRACTION. But the trade off is extra weight and noise the Bowhunter's enemy.
Traction? or Stealth?
April 28, 2009