These work well as all-season boots, not too hot to wear in the spring/fall as mud boots and then when it gets colder they keep your feet warm in the snow.
Men's Bogs Classic Ultra High
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Comfort and more
Had heard about this boot from son and others. Best feeling ,most comfortable boot I have had on my feet. Lightweight great boot .
I really like the ease of slipping these on, and suprisingly they give good support. The sole works well in snow and ice.
I got these boots for my father. He has had nothing but praise for these boots. As a cattle farmer he need a high boot that is easy to get on and off, which make these handles and the heel guard a great buying feature. These boots clean easily and he claims never get too hot.
Damn good boot
I have had these Bogs just about a month now, and have worn them nearly every day for something. Usually I slip them on first thing when I'm opening up the chickens to go free-ranging, because it's damp out from the dew, or maybe raining. They feel really warm. In fact on warm wet days they've been a bit too warm for me to wear more than casually -- a real workday in warm wet weather would likely have me in other boots. But other than that, I think I'll wear these things out. I ordered size 10 for my normally size 9 feet, and they're just fine, snug but not tight and easy to get in and out of. Plenty of room for my pants let to go in with me and stay dry.
Bog size 15 rubber boot
I really like this boot. I ordered a size 14 and a 15 because I didn't if they ran true to fit. Well the 14 my toe ran right to the edge, the 15 fits a lot better. Very comfortable and light. I love the handles on the top to pull them up. I would recommend them to anybody.
More than advertised!
The day after the boots arrived in the mail in snowed about 4 inches, giving me the perfect opportunity to try them out. These boots were completely water proof, as comfortable as slippers, and warmer than any boots I have owned. In fact, this is the only pair of boots I have worn where my feet seemed to get warmer the longer I wore them. Usually my feet start warm and get colder the longer I am outside, but these boots had the opposite effect. The construction on these boots is great and they have some innovative aspects that should be appreciated. One, the top of the boots has built-in handles making it extremely easy to pull them on (or carry around). Two, there is a small notch at the back of the boot making it easy to kick them off when you're ready to go inside. I have been recommending these boots to friends and am going to look into a bogs shoe in the near future.
Wonderful, but rubber can fail
I've bought three pairs of these over the past decade or so, cause they fit great and keep my toes warm enough all winter on the farm. I wear them every day fall, winter, and spring, and often in the summer. Not all day, but every day. They're my go-to snow and mud and muck boots. But each of them fails with the rubber cracking and developing holes, usually just above my little toe or big toe or both. The latest pair bought Fall 2018 had the cracks and leakage by January 2020. It's spring 2020 now, I've lived with the leakage for a couple months, but am buying something else for the rest of the spring and summer. Maybe I'll go back to these next fall, but I'm tired of this waste and I'd like something that lasts better. Maybe if you don't wear them EVERY DAY like I do, or maybe if you wash them off once in a while, these might last longer; I can't say. But I don't think I've had a pair last four years, and this one was less than two.
Wellies for Washington
Easy to pull on, slipper comfortable. I wish they had a reinforced shank and toe cap. The sole is a little soft for digging and I know I am going to drop a tool on my toe sometime soon. I'll use these daily but will be keeping my steel toe rubber boots around for industrial jobs.Tricky to get the second boot off with a sock covered foot BTW, they are form fitting enough to suction to your foot.
boggs vs rubber boots
I bought these Bogs to replace a pair of insulated rubber hunting boots. They are definatly lighter in weight, but lack lateral support in the woods. Not as warm as I hoped. I think Boggs are for warmer weather hunts on level ground. They almost seem to be larger than the stated size which contributes to the lack of lateral stability. Truthfully, I am underwhelmed by their performance.Best feature are the cutouts that act as handles when pulling on the boots. I also like the square protrusions on the back of the boot when removing the boots from my feet.Bought Boggs instead of Muck boots. Not sure Mucks would be better.
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