The Original Muck Boot Company® Wetland™ Waterproof Boots for Men
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From fishing to hunting, Muck has you covered!
- Flex foam bootie
- 100% waterproof
- Breathable Airmesh lining
- Rubber outsole
Muck's 5mm flex foam bootie with 4-way stretch nylon is 100% waterproof, lightweight, flexible, buoyant, and will form to virtually any calf girth. Breathable Airmesh lining; durable rubber outsole with wrap-up toe bumper. Average weight per pair: 4 lbs. 2 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: WET998.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25
Rated 5 out of 5 by MAC67 All that they say
I've had several brands of rubber boots over the years and these are the most comfortable. What set's these apart from the rest is the light weight and balance of the over all boot. With the other brands/style it felt like you were wearing a brick attached to a sleeve of neoprene. Try'em on and see for yourself.
February 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by dwulff99 WOW
you will love these boots! they are the most comturble foot wear item I have ever worn, and very light weight so you dont get tired walking long distances. paired with a mildly thick sock your feet stay nice and warm (coming from a person who gets cold feet easy!) but when paired with a thin athletic sock they stay cool and comturble in warmer temps! the tread pattern of these boots also holds very little snow and mud so i dont track it in to the house and garage. they have also held up like a tank! ive put these to the test with many miles on them and also work great when i field hunt geese! my only complaint is that they are akward to drive in, but i still love them!
January 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Apollo99 Best thing since sliced cheese
This is my second pair of Muck boots, wears like a tenny shoe and is warm.
December 24, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by jusadog Wetland Boot
Great boot. Fits well, very comfortable, and easy on and off.
I bought these boots for mid to late season deer hunting from a stand. When stand hunting I think these boots will be good to around 30 degrees with a thick sock.
20 degrees down I am not sure. I hunted today in 38 degree weather with a strong NW wind. When walking it keeps your feet toasty. In the stand it was noticeable how fast it took the feet to cool down.
In hindsight for the cold weather hunts(20 degrees or colder) I should have bought the artic or polar version for stand hunting. I would pick sweaty feet over cold feet anytime while stand hunting.
Love these boots and not a bad thing to say about them.
November 13, 2010
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