Best Fishing Boots for Men Waterproof Wide

Boots 10 Dec 2022 10+ Comments Open

1. Frogg Toggs Hellbender Wading Silver

Frogg Toggs Hellbender Wading Silver

Water draining mesh upper. Wide wading last for support and stability. Speed laces with a clip. The toe and heel are durable.

Brand: Frogg Toggs

👤The Pros are comfortable and reasonably priced. Cheap. Only 6 times has it been worn. I replaced my 20 year old boots and waders with Frogg Toggs because I had heard good things about them. I bought some Frogg Togg wading shoes. Initially, I loved how lightweight they were. There were big rips on the inside toe seam area when they were only mown six times. Already falling apart! I didn't abuse them but I'm not sure I want to wear them anymore. I called the mfr. Any warranty is only valid for a year. I'll just buy some other waders if they send a new pair.

👤I have a pair of Frog Togg waders with rubber-soled boots that are too dangerous to wear in my home waters of the Clinch River in NE Tennessee. Nice and warm fishing in the winter, but it's not very safe on any bottom other than clean gravel. The problem has been completely eliminated by a pair of felt-soled boots. I wear a shoe. I took the seller's recommendation that they are large enough to fit the neoprene boots. They fit perfectly in the size 11. It was comfortable enough for fly fish to stand for hours. It's important to have a safe grip on slippery rocks. Absolutely recommend.

👤I bought the Hellbender wading boots to replace a pair of Cabela's boots that have been with me for 25 years. I've had the chance to give them a serious pounding in different rivers and streams over the past couple of weeks and so far, I'm really liking these boots. I ordered a size 11 in these Hellbenders because I wear a wide size 11 in everyday footwear. They fit over my new waders with plenty of room, for when I need to add heavy socks for winter wading. I've worn them for hours a day on the water while wading knee deep freestone streams, fast and deep bedrock and boulder rivers, and felt on these Hellbenders has worked very well. I will only be adding a few metal cleats. The boot seams and hardware are still holding up well after some tough wading, with no signs of damage, excessive wear or stress points. It's only been a couple of weeks but I think it's a pretty serious initial test drive and time will tell how well they will hold up but so far, so good!

👤My son is getting a bot. The quality of the frogg togg waders is great for entry level anglers who don't want to spend 200 on Simms etc. The felt soles will work in snow. The boot seems to be a good boot with solid seams and good on the slick slime rocks. If you want to save and still get out wading, I recommend it.

👤You can see the quality in the box and then you can see the high quality boots. We will see how they hold up. I think they will last. I fish on stream or river beds five days a week. This is their test. I will review again. A nice boot. It looks like a 100 dollars plus.

2. Dunlop 8677507 Lightweight Protective Footwear

Dunlop 8677507 Lightweight Protective Footwear

There is a person named Hyperdiribic. Water resistant materials keep you dry and prevent the spread of water species. The design is 25% lighter than classic boots. The BAY-LOC outsole has channels to repel water. The pull tab is easy to use.

Brand: Dunlop

👤So far, so good! I bought these for general muck boots and I think they will work well. The bottoms are not rock hard. The interior is lined with fabric. Is it the best of all? They fit my clothes. They fit. The calves are at the top of the boot. I bought a 7 in men's because I wear a 8.5 in women's. It's great for thicker socks in cold weather. If there are any issues after use, I will update.

👤I bought a mens size 7. They fit my womens size 10 feet well. They were comfortable enough to work for a couple of hours a day. It was wide enough in the calf for my jeans to be stuffed in. The good stuff is over. The top cracked in less than a month. I stepped in the first puddle after the crack. I had wet socks. I have had them for less than a month and they can be returned for full credit. Disappointing. I usually get at least one season out of the cheaper boots.

👤This is not my last pair of soft toe Chesapeakes. If the crack in the back of one ankle hadn't become so severe, I would've gotten more time out of my old boots. My feet stay dry and comfortable when I wear them with hiking and hunting socks. Adding a shearling insole has helped them work in snow. I've had goats step on my toes and not do much damage, even though they won't protect them from being smashed by stock tanks. I've had boots that are 5x the price.

👤I had been wearing my old pair for 4 years. I gave the little Crack to a homeless woman, with many pairs of socks. She was very appreciative. They will last a long time. I gave her some black electrical tape. I didn't want to throw them away. My new friend lit up like a Christmas tree when she opened the bag and saw that they were still good.

👤The chesapeake boots are light enough to carry in my backpack, but I can't say anything about durability. I use it to walk around a grassy area where I observe birds. It is not strong enough in the sole, so I don't bother it. It protects my legs from insects and the water puddle. It is easier to clean than hiking books. Since it has no protective linen for the winter, I need to use more than one socks.

👤These boots are terrible. They are only meant for rain puddles. They are easy to crack and rip. I know they are cheap. I should be able to get more than a month out of them.

👤I bought three pairs. One for my mom to take with her when she leaves to do yard work. They were needed with all the rain. They are great for what I wanted. Not cheap given the price. If you need something for yard work or wet work in the rain, I would recommend buying these.

3. Totes Cirrus Chelsea Ankle Black

Totes Cirrus Chelsea Ankle Black

The shaft is from the arch. The boot opening is around 32.50 centimeters. It'sTILE: The rubber boot keeps feet dry. It is designed to be versatile all-year-round, providing protection against rainy outdoor weather and mud and lawncare activities. Light weight: The rain boots for men are made with a material that feels almost weightless. The rubber boots that are used are 50% lighter than the Cirrus. Even when it's not raining, you'll want to wear these waterproof rain boots. These boots are great for outdoor activities. Absence of inner lining allows superior air flow. It's durable. The pull on rain boots are slip resistant. Their material is scratch and abrasion proof. Self-heal to remain waterproof. It is possible to travel in a suit case withsible material. Men's rain boot sizes range from 8 to 13 when available. If you wear a half size or have wide feet, they recommend you wear the next whole size.

Brand: Totes

👤A short review: very light, and will keep your feet dry. Time will tell about the longevity. I was looking for a pair of rain boots for a while. You can find many options for women but not many for men. I tried a lot of expensive and famous options. These are light and feel like crocodiles. They can adjust to my feet. Time will tell if they are durable, I only wore them twice. They come in a plastic bag. If you get them, try them in the rain as soon as possible, planning and good weather forecast are needed if they break.

👤These rain boots were perfect for fishing. I had to return the first pair I bought because they were too big for me. If you are in between sizes, I would suggest picking the lower end. I can wear these boots all day long.

👤I bought a 9 because other reviews said the shoe ran wide. Wrong! I couldn't get my foot in it. I used them in the mud and rain so I didn't return them. They did their job there. They're rubber and don't stretch. I decided to purchase a size up for myself and keep them for my spouse. They are even smaller than the size 9 and arrived today. It's really bad. I will return the size 10 for a full refund and choose a product that has quality control and correct size. If you have a wide foot, these rain boots are not for you. You should be ready to do exchanges until you find a boot that fits. I don't have that kind of time or patience.

👤My feet are very wide. Finding waterproof work boots is difficult because either the boots are uncomfortable or my feet are out of the sides. These are a dream for me because they are wide and slip resistant, and they are also a dream for me because they are wide. If they will last is my only concern. Most rain boots are not being worn for more than 40 hours a week. I hope they last over six months. They are very comfortable and true to size. I wear an 11 and a 12. If you have wide feet, these are good. The opening is large but it will be hard to get on if it isn't. Hopefully they make these for a long time.

👤I work at a rental car agency and I was getting water in my shoes. My feet would smell and my socks would be soaked when I got home. I've been able to keep my feet dry since I got these rubber boots. I have big feet. I'm surprised by how light the boots are. I only remember wearing big boots when I was getting praise. I had to buy a size 12 boot because I wear a size 13 shoe. If you buy the boot true to size, it will run big.

👤These are likely to hurt you. It's easy to put on. It should last a while. It is easy to clean. The size 800-211-2519 800-211-2519 fits too small. The 12 was undersized. The 13 is about right in length. It was slippery. Zero traction. If you have a poor balance, don't buy. I would have eaten it many times if I hadn't been able to catch myself. I want my kids to have these life skills. I can feel everything I step on, even though my feet are not freezing. These fit like a big rubber shoe. I had crocs allcast boots that were difficult to put on and remove, so I bought these. I was hoping they would be better. The crocs were very comfortable and had good traction. I would have bought them in a bigger size. I wanted a waterproof boot that was easy to put on. I will throw them out when I find an alternative. I have a foot injury and these don't breath. I didn't have an issue with crocs, but I know it's a rubber boot. My old boots were the exception.

4. NORTIV Military Tactical Boots Litchi

NORTIV Military Tactical Boots Litchi

The shaft is from the arch. All-day comfort is delivered by the NORTIV 8 Men's waterproof hiking boots. The best support for your feet is provided by shock absorbers. The lightweight and Flexible EVA midsoles are built for long- lasting comfort and high energy return. Premium leather and waterproof membrane keep your feet dry all day. The water is kept out and the water is allowed to escape at the same time. Your feet can breathe and stay dry. The mesh collar and tongue allow for a more comfortable hiking experience. High-quality rubber soles are slip-proof and feature advanced traction for firm stability on challenging terrains. There is no more slipping and falling on wet or muddy surfaces. The waterproof coating on the leather makes it harder to break. It's perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, hunting, camping, climbing, cycling, fishing, running, backpacking, trekking, and so on. Nortiv 8 aims to provide high-quality outdoor shoes.


👤For a week in Georgia and Tennessee, the boots held up well. The fit was true to size and the waterproofness was tested by me on the hikes and they never let water get to the inside. Even when wet and climbing on small bolders, the traction on my feet never let me slip. It would be difficult to find a better boot.

👤I ordered the black pair and they looked good, not too tall and not too short. They don't look clunky. I'm not sure if I agree with the description of the product. Maybe they are and that's just the waterproof material that gives them a slippery, vinyl-like feel. The fit and finish of them are decent. The lacing is my biggest gripe. I had to crank on these to get them tight, which wouldn't have been a problem except that when I loosened the next row, the ones I'd just tightened loosened again. I went back and forth. I was a little worried that I would rip one out because the laces don't slide through the eyelets very easily. They were comfortable once they were on. I wear a size 11 in most of my shoes and boots, and the fit of these was right on the money. Once they're tied, they offer great ankle support. I put an insole in the toe area to make it snug, because there was a little extra room in the toe area. I bought them for my motorcycle, and it seems they will do their job. Maybe the more I wear them, the less I have to crank on them.

👤I like how these boots fit and look, and the value for money. The lace kind of snaps in when the top hooks are closed up, and that is something I have not seen before. The reason I will not buy them again is that the laces go above the top of the tongue. The laces come loose as the day goes on.

👤I have worn these boots 3 times. Our boat was 888-282-0476 I only wore one pair of socks. My feet were comfortable. I had to beach the boat because the docks were pulled out of the water. Got out of the water. My feet were dry.

👤If I lived in California, I'm sure they'd warn me of the cancer risk there because they smelled like water proof. They were very comfortable if they let them air out. The toe stitching is not a problem so far. I uploaded a picture. I only wore the boots 10 times in 3 months. I only wear them on job sites that don't require steel toes. If I can get the boot replaced under the warranty, it will be a great boot. I get that stuff happens. They need to honor their warranty now. There is an update. The boots fit well, warm and comfortable, even though they had weird toe stitching. If the new boots hold up, I would buy them again. These are budget boots, and they work well. Pay more and get more.

5. LaCrosse Grange 18 Hunting Green

LaCrosse Grange 18 Hunting Green

Premium ZXT rubber is hand-laid for waterproof, scent-free protection. The rubber is ozone, abrasion and tear resistant. The toe and heel have multilayer rubber on them. The ankle fit locks the heel in place and the top strap has an option for a secure fit.

Brand: Lacrosse

👤My last pair of Hunter Wellie boots only lasted a dozen wears after the soles cracked and leaked, having owned what were for over 30 years really superior boots. Hunter wouldn't stand behind their product and wouldn't give me any satisfaction. Now is the time to find a boot that can be trusted. Enter LaCrosse. For one factor, these boots nearly meet all of my requirements. I have a small foot, so my problem may not be an issue for others with larger feet. The loose fit at the heel is an issue for me, because it is easy to get off center and the boot heel does not fall under my weight. It is possible to twist my ankle climbing over a log. I had a problem with the Hunter, where I could wear the boots with security over any terrain. The Hunter has some features that are superior. The carrying on the sole is a bit more aggressive. The boot is almost two inches taller. I spend a lot of time in swamps and ponds. I like how the boot top cinches. The cheap metal buckle of the Hunters seemed to be more for appearance than function. The cam locking type of the LaCrosse buckle is easy to use. I have only worn the boots a half dozen times, but they are performing well. I will change this review if I experience any issues. I bought these boots seven months ago. The boots are leaking because of the cracked rubber at the ankle. I hope LaCrosse will take responsibility for the poor performance of their product. LaCrosse sent a replacement pair of boots after I sent the original pair to evaluate the problem. I have had these boots for less than a year. The original pair cracked at the ankle. I contacted them again and waited for a reply. It's crazy! Can anyone make a good pair of boots?

👤I've owned several pairs of these boots over the years and they've been great, but I always buy another pair because of the other good features. There is a cord between the front of the foot and the sole on this last pair, that's not going to leak, eh? There is a big hole in the sole that can stick the tip of my index finger into. It is hard to see how this would have been missed with the most cursory of inspections. I wondered if the new ones were fake because of the apparent decline in quality compared to my old pair. I don't know but they are useless to me. I always liked these boots.

👤We have bought these for 7 years. They last at least a full year of wearing them. My kids don't like cowboy boots because we live on a farm. We wear these instead. They are light weight and high enough on the legs that we don't have any problems with mud puddles or stick weeds. My kids were probably here for 4/7 days. I have to order once a year to make up for the growth of my kids. My husband orders a pair every 18 months. He works on the farm and wears them all the time.

6. Dunlop 8908608 Comfortable Protective Footwear

Dunlop 8908608 Comfortable Protective Footwear

TideThey's rubber boots are great for flooded areas, snow, mud and more. TideThey's rain boots will fit your needs whether you are working, hunting, fishing, camping or even playing in the rain. The comfort rating is (-4F - 68F)/. The steel toe is certified by the company. Moderate chemical protection is provided for food processing. The best in class TPU insloe for all day comfort. The next generation safety-loc outsole has canals for easy decontamination.

Brand: Dunlop Protective Footwear

👤The boot is made with high quality materials and the outsole is perfect for the upper portion of the boot, so I should give a positive comment about materials and workmanship. The manufacturer has good process and quality control. Before making this purchase, I measured both feet and read customer reviews to find the right size. My effort fell a little short of the goal. My normal boot size is either 10 or 10.5, and my running shoes are always size 11. Murphy would have it that size 10 was too large for this purchase. I think so. There is more room in the toe which is not a bad thing. During the push-off phase of every step, the heal of the boot fails in its ability to prevent my heal from lifting out place. My heal continued to slip out of its spot even with the winter socks. The heal quarter lacks the proper shape and rigidity to prevent heal rise. If I wore a size 9 boot, the vamp would be too tight around my wide feet, and the toe wouldn't have enough room to wear thick socks during cold weather. I'm debating whether or not to return the boots, or just keep them and suck it up, since I'm pretty sure I'll leave a boot behind in the mud.

👤I was surprised with this budget boot. I was looking for a steel toe/waterproof boot that was light and similar to the traditional fisherman boots. I have a high instep and wide feet, so I don't usually buy footwear online because it almost never works out. These boots checked all my boxes, and they come with a very comfortable insole as well. I can slip them on and off easily since the opening at the top of the boot is wide, and the bottom of the boot is snug enough to keep my foot from sliding around in it. There is no surprises when you order your regular size. Couldn't be happier and have recommended them to my crew.

👤I wear a 10-10.5 depending on the boot style and grabbed a smaller one, it worked well. I have gone through 4 pairs of boots in 2 years as an industrial painter applying protective coating both water based and high VOC. Even expensive boots get demolished if it isn't the pint, if we use thinners concentrated toluene and acetone. I can scrub these clean with thinner to remove anything that sticks, and it has no effect on the material itself. The Tyvek suit is elastic and can go down and over, since the boot height allows it to grab onto ridges around the ankle of the boot. These are a saving grace if you do similar work and destroy regular boots.

👤These boots are the best. My 10 year olds rain boots are over. My kid wears boots almost daily for going in the pasture to take care of livestock and chooses boots for other outings because they are easy to put on. I was happy to buy these in their smallest size, which was 3, because I thought they would fit in kids boots. The boots for the kids are expensive and flimsy. The sides are taller and they are super comfy. My child can do more. My husband is a big fan of his pair. He does construction work. He likes that they have more padding and hug his feet, instead of his foot getting stuck in the cement or mud. He had been looking for good boots for a long time. He bought me a pair too and I love them when I take care of the cows. We will get them some when they grow up. I wish they had more feminine colors, but I prefer being practical. We can tell which pair belongs to whom by different colors. I will probably spray paint. 5 stars!

7. Timberland White Ledge Waterproof Ankle

Timberland White Ledge Waterproof Ankle

The shaft is 4.75" from the arch. The White Ledge Men's Hiking boots have waterproof leather uppers, seam-sealed waterproof construction, and rustproof lace hardware with hooks at the top for secure lacing. Look no further for trail-ready performance and style. Their selection of men's hiking boots, waterproof hiking boots, casual boots, and casual shoes is designed to fit in with your outdoor- ready ensemble. Whether you're looking for men's boots, women's boots, or kids boots, Timbuk2 has you covered. For the best in hiking boots, rain boots, work boots, casual shoes, and more, choose Timberland. What you need in the outdoors are jackets and coats, backpacks, luggage, and accessories.

Brand: Timberland

👤I have an old pair of boots. The 5 year old pair are very comfortable all day on the concrete floor. The old pair have stayed together despite a few quick-lace failures. They were made in Vietnam. The same size and style were made in China. The inside of by heels began to burn after less than an hour. The Chinese model of the shoe was more narrow than the old one, and it explains the smaller upper. If you want to maintain your reputation, outsourcing to the cheapest manufacturer isn't always the best option. There's a wally world on every corner, the same boot at half price, minus the label. They cut that corner too, but they didn't put any stitching in the tongue. Anything to save a buck. Disappointed...

👤I needed a pair of hiking boots to replace the boots that were only 1 1/2 years old but lost their waterproofness in the first six months and almost broke my skin when a weed stalker went through the side of the field. I was getting tired of replacing the second pair of Keene's that had gone bad and they were at $130. I started looking at reviews and found these. They have a large toe box. I put a coat of oil on them after taking them out. I knew they would take a break. I have about three or four miles of walking through the fields and they seem to be breaking in quickly. I put on about 700 miles a year. If you are looking for hiking boots that will give you good ankle support, look elsewhere. These are for easy hiking. I put in a pair of Dr. Scholls first to make them comfortable. I will give an update in three or four months if I remember correctly. I have had a chance to wear these for a while, including the recent snow storm and frigid temperatures. We got 5” of snow this morning, and we are 4 or 5 degrees with a wind chill of -8. My feet have stayed warm and dry on a 25 to 35 minute period, because I had been wearing wool socks. Walk through the fields. I decided to try summer cotton socks because of the cold and snow. I am a 70 year old with diabetes and it affects circulation so I am sensitive to cold and heat. Even in the snow and cold, I walk 3 miles a day with my dog. The results of a 20 minute walk were warm and dry. Harley was getting snow turning to ice between her toes every few minutes. We would have to stop. I would have to remove it. When I received these boots, I put my Dr. Scholls insoles from my previous pair in, rubbed them in with a coat of oil, and started walking. I have found them to be more comfortable than the Keens. I wore it previously. I don't walk as much as a lot of people, but they're doing well for me for field and neighborhood walking. If you want a pair of boots to wear, every day, and forget when you take them off, look elsewhere. These are leather and need a lot of care. If they get wet, don't wear them the next day. When I get soaked in the rain with my dog, I wipe them clean with an old towel, put shoe trees in them to keep the leather from Shrinking, and set them aside where there is a flow of air to let them air. You will ruin the leather if you try and dry them with hot air. It seems to work if you put them a few feet away from the fan. I keep an old pair that I use while they are drying. After they have dried completely, I retreat every inch of leather, paying particular attention to the seams and around the grommets, and then let it sit and dry. Is the pain above? You need to take care of these boots, not let them get muddy and wet, and toss them in the corner for the next day. The boots were a good buy for the money and I have had them for a year. I will repeat a few of the points I made before. 1. They are not waterproof in any way. 2. Do not leave them in a dark hallway if you get soaked. They will be ruined if you do that. They should be put on a towel in front of a fan. If you place them on a heated surface or someplace where hot air blows on them, they will ruin the leather. 3. Once dry, polish your boots. I put a match to the polish in the can and let it flame and liquify, then take a rag and dip it into the liquid polish and rub it into the leather. I rubbed the polish in with a cloth and then used a brush to buff it to a shine. If you wear leather hiking boots and walk through wet fields you should take care of the leather because it takes time and effort. I don't wear these two days in a row in wet weather. If you are looking for that type of boot, you will be looking at three times the price.

8. XTRATUF Performance Rubber Ankle Yellow

XTRATUF Performance Rubber Ankle Yellow

Nortiv 8 aims to provide high-quality outdoor shoes. XTRATUFs recommend half sizes. Extra Tough Protection is built with 100% waterproof construction. Breathable mesh liner can be used for long days on the water. The slip resistant outsole is non marking and provides excellent traction. Tabs have front and rear pulls. Tabs have front and rear pulls.

Brand: Xtratuf

👤I was so drunk that night that I thought I'd get a pair of them. I woke up the next morning and found an email from Amazon letting me know that the pair of rubber boots I blew 75 stripper coupons on is on its way. They've finally arrived, a brand new day with a new hangover. I intended on returning these before I received them, but I have to say, they are some new looking footwear.

👤Chaos was very helpful and courteous when they eventually sent me a shipping label. I am very happy with the outcome. I wore them everyday and they fell apart in 30 days. The manufacturer referred me back to the retailer for not handling their own claims after I contacted them about the warranty. I never received a return label from Chaos fishing. I don't have time to play this game.

👤I've tried a lot of boots. I have to put wax on them. I don't want to. They said non-slip, so I thought these would be great. I realized after buying them that they were not. They say that the boots don't work with oils or chemicals. I assume a small amount of soap. Slipping while cleaning cars is dangerous. It drops by 30% or more. Sometimes my pants get so sweaty that I feel like they get the fabric at the top of the boots wet, which causes my socks and feet to get wet. I haven't had boots that had more water in them while wearing pants. How? Why? I'm not a scientist, but I am a regular person working a crappy job that pays too much for boots. Don't step on the diamond plate when it's wet. You could get hurt.

👤So far, so good. I'm willing to pay more for better shoes. I have wide feet and was worried about the fit. I wear a size 9.5 wide in most of my shoes and can get into a 9W. I wore these for 10 hours in my boat on the ocean and they performed great, so I'll replace the insoles with them. I'm quite happy with them for now. I'll probably buy another pair if they last the season. I like to wear footwear that I like.

👤The boots were great for a while, however they only lasted for a couple of months. The pictures show the seam on the inside split apart as the heel gave out. I was not being hard on them, not even being on gravel.

👤Size 11 usually wears a 10.5-11. It's great to be fit. Since I am still recovering from a pair of knee surgeries, having a good pair of boots would be very helpful. The conditions were too rough for me to fish. The amount of effort to reel in the fish would cause great harm. Why are you asking? We landed 200-300 lbs Bluefin. I was praying and casting out irons. I would have taken up a crew member who was already busy if I had brought in a fish. One crew member gave me a hooked fish. It was a baby, just 30 lbs. On most trips, that little baby would have been the winner. The Pacific Queen is out of San Diego, CA.

9. Bogs Classic Waterproof Insulated Black

Bogs Classic Waterproof Insulated Black

The shaft is from the arch. The boot opening is 16 inches around. Natural hand-lasted rubber and a four way stretch inner bootie. There is no slip on the non-marking and self-cleaning outsole. The fit is for maximum support and movement. It can be rated from -40 F to sub-zero.

Brand: Bogs

👤I saw people in the Alaska Wilderness wearing these boots. I returned them because they were way small and the size seemed to run small. I had to go to a store and try on several pairs. Make sure you try them first. There is a I did not rate them five stars because of the size issue.

👤The boots are great for muck work. They are pricey but have the advantages of a thicker rubber compound than typical "galoshes", a very much more comfortable insole that provides nice cushy support, and outside rubber nibs that protrude in the back about where your Achilles tendon would be for assisting removal of one boot by prying withe You should be aware that wearing a wicking type of sock will retain your foot's perspiration. We don't think twice about buying a third pair of Wellington style waterproof boots when there is a need.

👤I stopped buying cheaper products that lasted a season or two. I read a lot of customer and product testing reviews. For a good reason. This product is an example of how you can save money by paying a lot of money up front. The fit, quality, and durability of these will make you happy because of the extra money in your budget. I wear these almost every day, and they're good for all sorts of tasks. Strongly recommended. I didn't recommend it, but I was pleasantly surprised that they were still comfortable when I put them on in the morning, and they kept my feet warm during my outside chores.

👤I wear a size 10 D(M) in my Altama and Original SWAT boots. These were ordered in size 10 as well. I think they are a great fit. The toe box is roomy and helps keep your feet warm when your toes can't move. Even though they are warm boots, I have not had a foot sweating problem even when the temperature is in the 40's. I like the kick off on the back of the boot. The other boot/foot helps take the boot off. The boot opening is 16 inches and my calf is 16 inches, but I can still tuck my pants into the top because of the stretch of the upper neoprene. The tread is designed to be a compromise so the mud does not stay in the tread as you keep moving and it is easier to get the mud out. I have had boots that had a severe tread design, but with clay type soils after a few steps the mud builds up so bad that the severe tread design was of no help, so I like the sole tread design of theBogs Classics. The waterproof claim makes it convenient to hose them off. I have seen a lot of footwear. I took these out of the box and got a good look at them, and I thought they were well designed for their intended uses, and if they fit correctly then I will smile. All expectations have been met or exceeded for me and my use of animals. I wear these boots with a crew sock that is not a thick or bulky sock and they are made in China.

10. Hisea Insulated Neoprene Waterproof Durable

Hisea Insulated Neoprene Waterproof Durable

The Heel is approximately 1 centimeters. 7mm neoprene boots give you flexibility and shock absorption. These rubber boots keep your feet warm and dry when you are outdoors. The Breathable Lining allows air to travel throughout the boots and keep your feet dry. The air mesh keeps high-end running shoes cool and dry. The comfort rating was from 14 F/ 10C to 86 F/30 C. It's suitable for the entire year. A completely sealed rubber shell extends up above the ankle, with triple-layer reinforced achilles, heel, and toe areas. Anti-Slip - Flexible and durable molded outsoles provide excellent stability and slip resistant, and are self-cleaning. You can roll the high bootleg down to make it cooler when the temperature goes up. Pick the right size if you don't know the size CHART. A free gift and one year quality assurance.

Brand: Hisea

👤I need boots that are comfortable and rugged for the farm, but they are either made of plastic or poorly made. I've only had them for a short time, but I can tell they're going to work well for me. They're made from the same materials as the high priced brands. The construction seems good. The fit is good. Good fit around the foot, but snug around the ankle and calve. We're on the side of a mountain and there are lots of up and down hill walking. I had doubts about the tread pattern on the soles, but they seem to hold up well in wet conditions. They come with a LIFETIME WARRANTY. They also put in a waterproof case for your phone. These boots are a great deal on Amazon.

👤I waited almost 2 weeks to give my review about these boots, unfortunately they didn't work for me, I work in a place where there's water almost everywhere, and the water gets in my boots, I'd like the money back

👤I use these to keep my feet warm and dry while I walk through water to place a hose in the yard after overland flooding. They have done what they were described to do. I don't recommend these for heavier work, as I don't believe the soles will last, and if you have to wear them daily, I don't think they will last. These are just right for occasional wear. It is very flexible. The inserts are rubber boats and do not offer arch support or dropped item protection. My inserts slipped right in. The fit and finish of the boot is first class. It's worth a try because of the free returns for Prime members. I kept them saving nearly 50%.

👤I give it 4 stars because of the price, not the quality. I use the boots for snow, hunting and taking my dogs out when it rains. The seams are a little less desirable with obvious glue marks, but they have held up nicely. They are comfortable and insulated. I ordered them in a general size boot and they are a little bigger but I like that because I can put thicker woolen socks on. If you are working in mud boots every day, I would not recommend these, and I would still use the muckboots because I don't believe they will hold up to abuse. The treads are straight line and they grip well on snow and ice. I think they are worth buying occasionally.

👤I use them for boating. I have to step in the water before I leave for my fishing trip. I got water in my waterproof hiking shoes because they weren't tall enough. I have never had a problem with these boots going up below my knee, I went fishing with them and wore them for over eight hours. I was comfortable in them, my feet didn't get sweaty and they kept me warm on a chilly morning. I don't think it can be beat, it's $30 and I wish there was more cushion. If they begin to wear, I will update this review.

11. Servus Comfort Technology Boots Black

Servus Comfort Technology Boots Black

The warranty is covered by the company. Please visit the website for complete terms and instructions on how to make a warranty claim. Polyblend injection molded construction is waterproof but flexible for comfort and is resistant to degradation from agricultural chemicals. A guide along shaft allows for a custom height, and a unique scalloped top-line for easy flexing are offered by theComfort Technology. The lightweight FOOT FORM is a cushion that provides arch and heel support. Slips and falls on slippery surfaces are prevented by the deep angle cleated outsole. Food processing, custodial, farm, general purpose should be used. Food processing, custodial, farm, general purpose should be used.

Brand: Custom Leathercraft

👤I researched these and was confident that they were made in the USA, but when I got them, they were stamped in China, and I sent them back, because I didn't think they were American. The Over The Sock Black PVC Men's Rainboot is sold by Services.

👤smart shoppers check the one star reviews first as it's obvious that Amazon reviews are compromised The boots seem to be good for the price. I am looking at the CLC boots. Some people have received other brands when ordering. There are some complaints about the smell and the boots do not stand up well, the tops tend to flop over a bit. I will address these complaints. Unless you are three feet tall, you can't smell who gives a crud when you are wearing them. The reason the boots don't stand up on their own is because they are made of a more flexible rubber, which makes it harder for them to rip or tear. I have owned several pairs of boots and they never last more than a year before they rip, making them useless in the rain. I have wide feet and they seem to be comfortable. I will keep this review updated, but so far it's been good. Hope this helps. I had to return the boots after a month of use. The boot was ripped in the back. In less than a month, a new pair was received and the same thing happened again. I can't recommend these boots. I thought they deserved the one star I gave them. I had a lot of headaches and hope this reviews help.

👤I ordered the Servus Comfort Technology 14" PVC Soft Toe Men's Workboot, Black (18822) in size 8. The photos show what I received, not the boots. The sole was made in China, not the USA. I wanted the Servus boots, but I admit they are thick and look waterproof, but I only wanted the boots. I will keep them in the garage if the smell doesn't fade away, but they have a mild chemical smell. These do not have a lining and do not have inner soles that are replaceable, but they are easy for me to wear and doff as they are at least one, maybe two, sizes large. I ordered a size 8 boot and wore a size 8 shoe. My boots were so loose that I felt like I would fall off if I didn't take care. I added two layers of inner sole pads to make these fit. They are quite comfortable and don't feel like they will fall off. The ones in the photo for size 8 are not the ones advertised. Some sizes show a flat-cut top, while others have a scalloped back of the boot. I will keep them for the price and my intermittent short term usage needs, but I am disappointed that I did not receive what I ordered. I think they will adequately serve my needs, so I gave them an overall 3 stars.


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