Average Rating based on 9 reviews 4.222222 0 5
Reviewed by John the Arborist from MKE Metro on Tuesday, February 4, 2014I have them to take the dogs out or shovel snow, need good socks on a really cold day
Reviewed by Jim from La Center , Washington on Wednesday, January 30, 2013I had to call sierra directly to get them to change the listing, when I ordered this they had it listed in the specs, that these were insulated ; and they are not. Big difference in price!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Farmer Jane from Washington on Tuesday, January 29, 2013I bought these for my son and myself(mom) and they work for both of us! size seems to us to be right on.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sharon from Texas from Hempstead, TX on Wednesday, November 21, 2012These are great, tough, quality boots. Great for work boots. A little heavier and less agile than Muck Boots, but very sturdy. Run just a little large. I got a men's 7 because I usually wear a women's 9. Not your run-of-the-mill floppy rubber boots from the feed store
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dog Walker from Atlanta GA on Saturday, November 17, 2012I mainly use these boots for walking the dog in wet conditions. They are also perfect for rock hunting along the shoreline of the great lakes. Plenty of room for a heavy sock.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by PDXbootwearer from Portland, OR on Tuesday, October 30, 2012I live in Portland, OR and use these for walking around town and doing yard word in the wet season (Read: most of the year!). They're great. Burly but not super-heavy. Waterproof. They're tough enough to wear digging with a spade shovel, then you can spray them off and walk into a coffee shop without feeling like a lumberjack (not that there's anything wrong with feeling like a lumberjack). They also fit on the narrow side, which is great for me, but might be a little problematic for some.
- Pros: Fit, Stylish, Waterproof
Verified Buyer Reviewed by In the dark from South Carolina Swamp Lands on Thursday, October 18, 2012I wear these working around the barn in the morning. They are men's and I am not so I was worried they would be too loose, but they are not. If you have a very narrow woman's foot they may be. But I don't have thick legs and the calf is just fine for me. I love them and time will tell how well they hold up to daily work.
- Best Uses: Around the barn, In The Early Morning Dew, In the woods
- Pros: Comfortable footbed, Seem Very Well Made
Verified Buyer Reviewed by sledge437 from Hill Country Texas on Monday, October 15, 2012These are the most comfortable rubber boots I have ever owned. The soles are designed for great gripping, the footbed is cushioned, and the fit is spot on. I have only had these boots a week, so if the hold up, I don't think I could ask for more.
- Best Uses: Farm Chores, Hunting
- Cons: Heavy
- Pros: Comfort Waterproof Fit
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mavsmom from Strasburg, CO. on Friday, October 5, 2012Works great to run out to feed in a muddy mucky mess. Slip them on for a quick deck snow removal, and run out to grab the morning newspaper when there is a little bit of snow!
- Best Uses: Perfect As A Muck Boot, Quick Light Snow Boot
- Pros: Great grip, Heavy duty, Nice footbed, Should Be Fairly Warm, Water And Urine Proof