Muck Woody Max Cold-Weather Boots
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Reviewed by: Lynn
Available at Muck Woody Max Cold-Weather Boots
I will have to say that my first experience with Muck Boots was a very pleasant one. I have had trouble with my feet getting cold while I was hunting but the Muck Boots I purchased did the trick. I had some friends tell me about the boots so I decided to try them. I could not believe the comfort of the boot when you walk. Some of the features are:
- CR flex-foam bootie with four-way stretch nylon
- 10mm kick rim and spur catch for hands free removal
- Stretch-fit topline binding snugs calf to keep warmth in and cold out
- Comfort range of 70 degrees F to -20 degrees F
Reviewed by: Seth Anderson
These boots are simply invincible. I have worn them through every type of terrain that any hunter would come across, and they have never failed. They are also very comfortable compared to ordinary rubber boots and no more expensive than high quality Rocky boots. The only downside to these is that I have found them to be warm in every climate, so they might not be the best choice in warm weather. However, during fall and winter warm feet are easy to obtain. They are completely impenetrable to water. Being 100% waterproof, durable, and comfortable, what else do you need out of hunting boots? I have yet to be disappointed in the use of these boots and will continue to be my choice in the woods.
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