BOGS Men's Ultra Mid Winter Boot
Pull on the BOGS® Men's Ultra Mid winter boot for extended wear and protection this season. A 100% waterproof rubber upper boosts durability in the elements, while 7mm of waterproof Neo-Tech™ material provides a barrier between moisture and feet for dryness. Aegis® treatment reduces odors, while the non-slip, non-marking, self-cleaning deep-lug outsole enhances grip on outdoor surfaces for maximum stability.
- 100% waterproof hand-lasted rubber upper provides durable protection against the elements
- Four-way stretch inner bootie with waterproof construction shields against incoming moisture for lasting dryness and comfort
- Pull-on handles allow for easy on/off
- 7mm waterproof Neo-Tech™ material guards against the elements
- Aegis® antimicrobial treatment eliminates and prevents after-wear odors
- Internal rubber-sponge midsole boosts cushioning for superior comfort
- Non-slip, non-marking, self-cleaning, deep-lug outsole maximizes traction on tough outdoor surfaces
- Can be worn in temperatures as low as -40°F
- Shaft circumference: 17"
- Height: 10"
- Weight: 2 lbs
- Style: 51407
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 11774570
Rated 4.9 out of 5†by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5†by Bkman As advertised These boots are easy to slip on and keep my feet warm in the ice and snow?I wanted boots I could put on without a struggle?and these Bogs fit the bill?Can tuck pants legs into opening in top?Great to wear. January 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5†by Hkonac4 Awesome boots at any price! I am a HUGE fan of Bogs. I actually have a neoprene allergy and have to be very careful to wear these boots with long socks and not be some place that is too warm for too long if I am wearing them. I have had one pair or another of bogs for several years now and can not imagine not having them or not being able to wear them. I grew up on a farm and still help out now. They are an essential for farm life. Great for wet and cold conditions. The Ultra boots seem to be even higher quality than the printed women's styles I have previously purchased. I purchased the mid length boots as a gift for my father and he seemed to be excited to have the shorter shaft and also to be able to figure out why the rest of our family loves these rain boots so much. January 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5†by First time order Perfect gift Ordered on Sunday afternoon, they had arrived on Tuesday morning! Perfect gift for my son living in an area of much snow this year. Love the easy pull on style December 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5†by steve So far so good The first pair I had to send back because they were too tight, hard get them off and kind of narrow. I ordered a size bigger and they still are a little tight but I kept them. They seem to be nice and warm, (cold Wisconsin here) slip on nicely. A bit pricy but what isn't today. Just buy them big enough. December 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5†by Ken Reat boot Love these boot so far,wore them with one pair of socks. December 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5†by Seattleboots Seattle Bogs wearer Giving these boots to my son for X-mas since he outgrew his last pair. These are super warm boots for rainy or snowy conditions. No complaints. December 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5†by Hampsteader Comfortable, warm boot that fits I'm so pleased with these wellie-type winter boots. They are sturdy, very warm and comfortable. I've had a terrible time finding any kind of waterproof, insulated boot that comes higher than my ankle because I have muscular calves and a high instep. Normally I have to stick to something low, and with laces (which let in snow and water) because I find anything this tall too tight and uncomfortable on my leg. With these Bogs, the neoprene top is flexible enough to make it easy to slide on and it fits snuggly but without binding. I also really like the "handles" on the side as it makes it much easier to pull the boots up as well as comfortably tuck in trouser bottoms. The bottom rubberized part is also a bit flexible, which is a plus, while the sole feels quite sturdy. Good for muddy walks as well as snow. November 14, 2011
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