Fleece-lined boots are ideal for hunting in cold down to –40ºF
5 mm CR flex-foam booties with lightweight, flexible
100% waterproof 4-way stretch nylon
2 mm thermal foam underlay
Stretch-fit topline binding
Breathable Airmesh™ lining
Aggressive MS-2 outsoles - contoured to fit a woman's foot
Outfitted for cold-weather hunting with 2 mm thermal foam underlay, stretch-fit topline binding to trap warmth. Breathable Airmesh™ lining. Aggressive molded rubber MS-2 outsoles are contoured to fit a woman's foot for proper support and greater comfort. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®. Weight per pair: 1 lb. 15 oz. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by greenhousegal Best winter work boots yet!
I work outside in the bush year round, and come winter time, my feet are always cold and wet by the end of the day. These boots have changed all that. I bought one size larger and wear 2 pairs of socks, and my feet stay toasty warm and dry all day long. I love them! They are light and have good traction too, which makes walking around all day in the bush a lot easier. I would definitely recommend them to anyone who wants warm, dry feet in the winter.
January 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by cgg2790 Favorite Boots
These are awesome! So comfortable from day 1 with no "breaking in" phase. I wear these to hunt in all the time, and I also wear them to work in the yard on rainy days. Would definitely recommend these.
October 1, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by huntergal Poor fit
These fit much differently than the mens styles. They are shorter, the calf is wider and doesn't fit as snugly (like they're supposed to), and the foot width is narrower. Generally I have narrow feet as do many women, but this makes them too tight once you put on a good pair of warm socks. I tried on the Woody Elite and the Wetlands at a local store - both of which are "unisex" sizing - and the size 6 Mens/7 Women's had a much more comfortable fit than the Women's 7 Woody Max. Unfortunately I'll be returning these.
September 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by cowboys1 Very good boot
I bought these boots for work and for hunting. I read electric meters for a liviing and have to walk anywhere from 3 to 5 miles a day. These boots have performed very well so far. I have used them for 3 months. In the hunting field is where I have encountered some issues. Where I hunt is alot of tamarack and stickers. Whenever I get off the trail that I have made to my stand and feeder, the tamarack will stick into the neoprene top section of these boots and will put a tiny gash in them and the stickers will stick in the neoprene as well. Really like these boots for comfort, but will buy solid rubber boots next year for hunting.
December 22, 2011
I don't know the exact measurement (don't have them with me) but they're about 2 inches lower than the unisex sized Woody Elite and Wetland boots. The calf is also wider on them than those other 2 styles. And the foot is narrower.