About Kamik Grippers 2 Rubber Boots - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. Chopping wood in -20°F? No problem. Foot-freezing walk to the mailbox? Easy. Kamik's Grippers 2 rubber boots feature fully waterproof protection with a cozy-warm removable felt boot liner that's rated to -40°F.
Specs about Kamik Grippers 2 Rubber Boots - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
- Waterproof (All),Insulated
- Waterproof materials: Synthetic rubber shell
- Insulation: Removable 8mm polyester felt liner
- Upper: Synthetic rubber
- Lining: Polyester
- Outsole: Synthetic rubber
- Height: 12"
- Heel height: 1-1/2"
- Weight (pair): 4 lb. 12 oz.
- Half sizes order up
- Made in Canada
- Visit our Winter Boot Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by coco from ithaca ny on Friday, September 29, 2017waterproof, warm, good traction.
great for my kid!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MT's of Va from Virginia on Saturday, December 17, 2016Wish they fit. The boots are clunky but the fit issue was the liner, it was much smaller than the size of the boots. I ordered a child's size 5 in the black and pink for me, a woman's size 6.5 and I love mine. I try to purchase products from the USA and Canada
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fisherman from New York on Thursday, April 21, 2016Very well made, comfortable, worm
Verified Buyer Reviewed by HB from Upstate New York on Friday, April 8, 2016Very pleased with these boots. They're comfortable, warm during cold weather, and the adjustable fabric top on the liner keeps hay from getting into them when I feed the horse and goats!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by North Enough from NE Minnesota on Friday, April 8, 2016I really want to like these boots. They're sturdy and the tread grip well. Price was right too, but they just don't fit my feet. Maybe just a tad big, but their is more going on here that is hard to pin down. Anyway, this was my first pair of Kamik boots and I will probably not buy another, but return to Muck Boots and Sorel's that I have worn comfortably in the past. On the other hand, if these Kamik's fit your feet Ithink you'll be happy with the rest of the boot.
Question & Answer
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“Rubber boots are usually strangely sized; in other words, I normally wear a size 13 but usually order a size 12 rubber boot. Otherwise, my feet are flopping around in the boots. Are these boots typical in that sense?
Secondly, do these boots have any internal arch support beyond the footbed inserts that are mentioned? ”
because they have a liner, I'm not sure you would have that problem of it being too large. About the arch support, I don't think it's much. But with all that said I have very sensitive feet, I wore a men's size 8 boot I should wear a 6.5 for a long walk hiking through the woods. My feet stayed warm, didn't get sore or wet.
These run a little large. I wear a size 12 and these fit more like a 12 and a half. The inner felt liners are a little thin so wearing a thick winter weight sock makes the fit much better. They worked well for me in knee deep snow and 15 degrees F out. The built in gaiters work great. As for the arches, they seem to have a little arch molded in but I really can't say too much as I never have arch related comfort problems, so I don't notice. I can say these were very comfortable for me. Good luck!
These boots DO run a little large. I can wear 3 pairs of socks with them and still be comfortable. They do not have a foot arch support, but, my boyfriend has a pair as well, and has difficult feet. He has not complained at all of sore feet. This was a wonderful purchase. We have no complaints.
I agree with the others. The description says to order up for half sizes, but I would order down. These run large.
only if you're on the deadliest catch, they are winter boots. I love them.
These boots don't mark up the light colored linoleum in my kitchen, if that helps. I do believe they are non-marking soles. They are comfortable and warm and have good grip on the packed snow and some ice I encountered. I know a boat's deck can be treacherous, hopefully these would be good for you. One note, however, they run a little big so expect to wear thick socks. I wear a regular size 12 in almost everything and these in size 12 were just a little loose with normal athletic socks. Still warm in knee deep snow and 15 degrees F. though. Good luck!
These seem to be fairly non-marking.