Closeouts. With an upper made of 900 deniernylon and a rock-textured rubber outsole, Mossy Oak's Campfire shoes are tough enough to navigate technical terrain during extended stalks and comfortable enough for long walks to hunting camp.
Reviewed by Scott from North Carolina on Saturday, April 13, 2013
The most notable thing about these is that they come big. I always wear 9.5 wide, but I when I took these out of the box I could tell they were too big before I even tried them on. I returned them and got a 9 EE and I have kept those, but they are still big. An 8.5 EE would have been better.
Other than that, these seem to be solid shoes. They are a little stiff at first, but they have softened up (and in my experience that means they will be more durable long term). They camo print doesn't stand up too well and is already starting to fade in the toe, but I wear these for work and don't really need to blend into the forest!
For the price, these are great shoes, just order a lot smaller than normal!
Reviewed by Highpointer from Minnesota on Saturday, March 30, 2013
I wear size 8 1/2 and ordered 8 1/2. The shoe arrived and was marked 8 1/2 but was way oversized. At least a 9 or even a 9 1/2. I returned the shoes and ordered size 8 which fit. Sierra's return policy leaves a lot to be desired, too. I had to pay freight to return the faulty shoes and to get the replacements.