Closeouts. For hunting in muddy, wet and chilly conditions -- or just mucking about in the backyard or farm, choose Winchester's Camo Print boots, made of waterproof, insulated rubber to offer complete protection in less-than-ideal conditions.
Reviewed by Work Hard to Play Often from WI on Sunday, December 1, 2013
We got them here at the end of hunting season, a big size so he will wear it next year. The boots go up to his knees, but he still wears them anyways. I can't say anything on the warmth. I can't see much for insulation, add a couple of pairs of socks.
Reviewed by Jeff from Atlanta on Thursday, September 19, 2013
I bought these boots because of the low price. After a full day of hunting, my feet were dry and comfortable. Can't ask much more than that. Highly recommended if you just need a basic pair of rubber boots. As usual, STP provided great service.
Reviewed by Jeff from Georgia on Thursday, September 12, 2013
Well, I had a chance to test Sierra's return policy and I must say, it worked beautifully. I wear a size 8.5. Since the boots only come in whole sizes, I ordered a size 9 to allow room for heavy socks. The 9's were so big, I could probably have fit another pair of boots inside them. I returned them for size 8. The 8's are better. They are still a little large, but should work out fine with heavy socks. I don't think I would want to walk long distances in them, but they should be fine for the mile or two into a hunting spot. The boots have a very strong rubber odor. If scent control is important for you, I would recommend buying them early to allow them to air out thoroughly. Mine are sitting on my back deck right now.
At this close-out price, they are a bargain for occassional use.
Reviewed by Unknown from Stephentown,NY on Sunday, August 25, 2013
My Bill needed some new wet grass chore boots, hates his feet gettin wet,his old ones leaked & he wanted some like Phil Robertson on Duck Dynasty,so I found these at a reasonable price as Phils were over $100 so thank you from my Bill!
Reviewed by Ethan from Pennsylvania on Thursday, August 8, 2013
I wear a 13 in most shoes but occasionally a 12 in some brands. I ordered a 13 since I like my hunting boots a bit roomy for thick socks. Unfortunately they wouldn't even stay on my feet though. There was no heel cup to hold the back of my foot in the boot so when I walked they just slipped out. The rest of the boot wasn't overly big but they definitely were made for bigger ankles and calves probably. Nice boots, but they just didn't work for me. Sent them back and bought a pair of columbia's which held my foot perfectly.