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Muck Boot Women's Woody Max Rubber Hunting Boots

$124.99
Muck Boot Women's Woody Max Rubber Hunting Boots - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Original Muck Boot Company™ Women's Woody Max rubber hunting boot is built to keep you warm and comfortable in the wilderness. Featuring a fleece lining, the Woody Max gives you the warmth needed during those frigid hunts. 100% waterproof protection keeps you dry and feeling great with a lightweight and flexible boot while a gender-specific last and outsole offer optimal traction and comfort.
FEATURES:

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  • Mossy Oak Break-Up® camouflage pattern
  • Stretch-fit topline binding hugs calves for heat-retention
  • Additional achilles overlay for added protection
  • Interior fleece lining keeps feet warm
  • 5 mm CR flex-foam bootie with four-way stretch nylon is 100% waterproof for ultimate performance and protection
  • 2 mm thermal foam underlay added to the instep area for additional warmth
  • EVA molded midsole with contoured footbed adds cushioning for comfort
  • Reinforced toe protection in a wrap-up bumper
  • MS2 two-color molded rubber outsole made specifically for a woman's foot, providing optimal grip
  • Comfort range of -40°F to 60°F
  • Height: 16"
  • Style: WDW
  • The Original Muck Boot Company
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11910527

Customer Reviews:

Muck Boot Women's Woody Max Rubber Hunting Boots 4.6 5 5 5
She loves them. Bought these for my wife and she loves them. She says they are the most comfortable boots she has ever worn. December 16, 2014
warmest rubber boots I have ever owned. I have been wearing them hunting every day since they arrived. Hunting in a stand in 28 degree windy conditions and i was able to stay out longer than I ever have. I wear an 8 1/2 so went with a 9 and they are a little big. I bought them mostly for sitting in a stand and use 2 socks to keep them from slipping while walking. Warmth was more important and a little wiggle room helps with that. If I wanted them for mostly walking, I might go for the smaller size. December 14, 2014
Muck Boots Purchased for my daughter. True to size. I have two pairs of Muck boots and they are awesome! December 1, 2014
Great boots! I bought these for deer hunting. I had previously had problems with my feet getting cold in the stand, even with foot warmers and layers of socks. I researched several brands and types of boots and finally decided on these. I am not disappointed! I wore them all weekend, in the rain and the snow and temps down in the low teens, and my feet were never uncomfortable! I was able to stay in the stand for hours. My feet got a little cold, but I only had on a pair of wool socks and one thin layer of stockings. And that was on the coldest morning after being in the stand for three or four hours. The boots run a little large. I bought a 9, normally wear an 8.5-9, and I can wiggle my toes even with a couple pair of socks. They fit well around the heel and ankles. November 19, 2014
not made for extreme cold weather I went moose hunting in Alberta Canada in November and the coldest temps were -24 degrees celcius, which was supposed to be around -5 degrees Farenheit. The boots did not provide the warmth that was advertised at all. My feet froze in the blind that i was hunting. The boots says that it covers to temps of -40 degrees, which could be true if you are constantly moving (walking), but if you are sitting in one spot, these are not your boots in that extreme cold weather. Also, I wear a size 6 1/2 and the size 6 fit me fine. However, if you are going to wear multiple layers of socks like most hunters do, it is best to go up in size instead of down, even tho the boot runs big. The tightness constricted my feet , which also produces no blood flow to the foot. November 16, 2014
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