Reviewed by Mike outdoors from seattle, WA on Saturday, November 14, 2009
Just spend 12 hours in these boots, pouring rain the whole time and my feet stayed dry and they were comfortable to walk in. If your feet tend to get cold, I would definitely add some heavy socks since there is no insulation in these boots. I have very wide feet and had no problem with these boots...
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Reviewed by PM from Missouri on Wednesday, March 27, 2013
I had been looking for a good mud boot for a while before I finally settled on these. I wanted something that would work well in the muddy fields for goose hunting as well as working around the house. These boots are just right; essentially they are Columbia's version of the LaCrosse Grange boot.
Make sure to order true to your size. I had ordered another type of Columbia boots before this, ordering a half-size down as specified in the sizing, and they were too small. I returned them and decided on this style, an all rubber boot rather than neoprene and rubber, and am satisfied. You'll definitely want to order your true size, or half size up, if you are planning to use in cold weather as thick wool socks are needed since there is no insulation.
Reviewed by SCM_Girl from Boulder Creek, CA on Friday, January 04, 2013
I bought these boots for my husband a few years ago and after a year or so each boot started to crack around the ankle area (in the picture, where the curvy lines are). Eventually they broke/split completely. They're still waterproof...up to about 2".
Reviewed by Bob from New England on Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Nice boots that runs just a little big. I bought them for for jungle hikes this Summer but just used them to shovel 11" of snow and then hiked 4 miles in them to test them out. While that is not what they are designed for (they are not insulated and have poor ankle support), they were surprisingly comfortable to hike in and had excellent traction on an icey snow covered trail. They should be perfect for the rainforest and I definitely do recommend them for working or playing outside in wet conditions.