I purchased these boots for my son and everything about the process was easy. The size just right (a size 15!) They are warm, waterproof, easy to hose off mud (and worse!) and the best part are the wonderful design of the cut-out handles for easy pull-on. They are also pretty light in overall weight...an important feature since they will be carried in a backpack across Europe for six months.
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Great mud boots
I bought these boots to work in my yard during rainy and wet weather--mainly cutting the grass and using my weed whacker to keep the debris off my shoes and pant legs. Also to use when we get snow. (Bought them after our largest snow storm). They appear to be just what I expected and desired.
a boot to ride in
I'm always looking for a winter boot that works for horse back riding. I cowboy for a living and these work great if your looking for warmth, comfort, and somthing to hang a spur on. I've ridden in -20 degree weather and they work fine. Worth every penny!
North Dakota mud
These boots really protect my feet in a very muddy corral full of horses. They (my feet) stay dry and warm. The top parts of the boots are made out of foam and water will soak through in a hard direct spray from a hose when I'm cleaning them but they dry out quickly. I am totally satisfied with these boots.
Men's bog roper
I bought this as an Christmas gift for my husband. We do a lot of horse camping in the mountains and he needed a light weight/warm/waterproof boot. It will be months before we can put it to the test but it's a nice looking boot/just wearing it around the house he could tell it would be warm.
Bogs to Clogs Roper
This boot seems to run at least one half size to three quarters size in length larger than it's listed size 12. With a heavy sock it is very comfortable to wear. I usually have problems wearing slip on boots because of my higher than normal instep. This is not a problem with this boot, as the neoprene stretches and fits very comfortably. This boot is very warm and my feet didn't get cold walking in 10" of snow in +17F. weather. I use these to set predator decoys as, they are scent free, and have a reliable sole that grips great on snow and ice. My feet tend to perspire quite a lot, but I didn't have any problems with this boot. They are also great for wearing in any type of cold, wet, muddy weather as they keep your feet warm and dry. They are easy to remove after you're done wearing them as well.
Great boots for winter weather
I bought these for my husband for Christmas, but the snow came in earlier... so he wore them for at least 2-3 hours shoveling the snow and playing with the kids in the snow. The boots kept him warm and dry.
Never bogg down when wearing Bogs!
We love bogs, they are the best rain,muck,ranch boot that we've ever had! They're comfortable, warm and waterproof. Oh did I mention tough! We have a goat farm and sometimes I wear them all day in comfort! Keep making these boots please.
What can I say? Boggs are the best!
So, the reason why I bought this pair was, I had bought a pair similar (classic) and was snowmobiling in Maine. When my sled broke through the ice, my boggs kept my feet warm. I was standing in chest high water for 45 mins, and my feet never got cold. They acted like a wet suit for my feet! It saved my feet, that is what the paremedics told me. I love these boots! The only drawback to them is the tread. There is not hardly any traction or depth to the tread. But they are 100% waterproof (if it doesn't come in over the tops) and holds heat very well. I use my old pair, that have a hole in the ankle (pin hole where my dog chewed it) for around the farm chores. They still are warm, but not really water proof anymore. Thanks fluff! (my dog)
Decent Slush and Muck Boot
All in all a decent slush and muck boot. Above average insole is pretty thick with moderate arch support. The actual sole of the boot is not ideal for ice, but closer to a deck shoe pattern with traction on the outer edges. I imagine this makes for easier hosing off of mud. I have stepped in ankle deep slush and mud with no leaks and warm feet. I do not see this as a shoe for 40 below as advertised though. You essentially have a neoprene inner boot glued inside a rubber boot vamp (almost like waders). There was some adhesive that was on the neoprene boot stalk and over all fit and finish is B class, but you don't buy this for style. You can put em on fast with the roper style grip handles and mid calf height makes for easy meandering in all but the deepest muck.
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