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0C11JKGZCAP625 Muck boots excursion seasoned men’s rubber shoes

(8 customer reviews)

$98.15$102.52

  • rubber
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • four mm neoprene gives comfort and versatility, at the side of great waterproofing, surprise absorption and heat retention homes; adjusts to your foot form to face up to blisters and chafing
  • xpresscool fabric lining pulls moisture faraway from skin to hold feet cool and dry in heat weather; comfort rated from 40 °f to 95 °f (four °c to 35 °c)
  • eva midsole for light-weight guide and cushioning; and so forth sockliner reduces friction and warmth increase
  • light-weight rubber pod eva outsole gives exceptional traction performance and is immune to oils, mud and chemical substances
  • high-grade rubber outside makes for a 100% water-proof shoe; rear pull loops for clean on/off
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product description

equipped with an and many others sockliner that reduces friction via displacing heat generated by using your toes, muck tour seasoned men’s rubber shoes maintain you secure on energetic days and when the climate warms. They may be also ready with a breathable xpresscool lining that draws moisture far from the skin to hold you cool and dry. The bendy four mm neoprene in these guys’s rubber footwear adapts to the contours of your foot, reducing uncomfortable blisters and chafingthe rubber pod eva outsole grips slippery surfaces for positive footing on wet, slippery and muddy terrain. A returned heel loop and shorter shaft make it clean to drag these water-resistant rubber footwear on and kick them off, making them a wonderful desire for everyday chores and daytrips alike. Comfort rated from forty °f/four °c to 95 °f/ 35 °c.

size_name

7, 8-8.5, 9-9.5, 10-10.5, 11-11.5, 12-12.5, 13-13.5, 14-14.5, 15-15.5

color_name

Bark/Otter

8 reviews for 0C11JKGZCAP625 Muck boots excursion seasoned men’s rubber shoes

  1. Amazon Customer

    I have bought Muck shoes for years. Love them. Always wished they had better grip/ tread. The new style solved that but they are much more expensive. I am on my third pair of the new style. First two wore okay but eventually (about a year) the added grips come loose at the toe. Latest pair the grips are off after only four months of very light use, because it is winter and these are not good for low temperatures. (See picture-no wear). Seller refuses to repair or replace. This is a disgrace to not stand behind the product.Read more

  2. The River Hermit

    My feet hurt every day. I’m 6’1″ and ~250 lbs, 52 years old, and very active. I’ve spent my life on my feet and in boots of one kind or another. I’m ex-military and work in the power generation and natural gas industry, and am always outdoors hiking or working. I’ve tried dozens of boots, shoes, sneakers, etc and always ended up in the same place, with my feet killing me. The only time they didn’t hurt was in the winter when I was wearing my Muck boots.I stumbled across these shoes on amazon and thought I would give them a try. I was pleasantly surprised. After a few hours of yard work (in the summer) my feet didn’t hurt and were no hotter than in my regular footwear. Last weekend I wore them on a few easy walks and hikes and guess what, NO PAIN!They are comfortable, not too hot, not slippery, and feel great all day. The only downside I can find is that my feet tend to twist and and slide when slide loaded, like when traversing an incline sideways. Not a big deal as the benefits significantly outweigh that one shortcoming. Will definitely buy again.Read more

  3. Mardee Downing Bice

    It was because I purchased a pair of knee high Mucks in 2007 that I still wear by the way, based on the reviews I decided to purchase 1 pair of their Men’s Pro Low Excursions for light is in the yard and garden.So, in early June, after reading the reviews it seemed that it would be a no brainier to purchase this product; nope, not so much.I had to return/ exchange the shoes with Amazon after less than thirty days of use because the tread had separated from the sole on the front part of the shoe.Wait, it gets even better!!!This Monday, June 29th I received the replacement pair from Amazon ( Great company by the way!) and wore them for the first time this Tuesday. Well it’s now Thursday July 2nd and low and behold I look down at my shoe and the tread is separated from the sole on the heel this time over the course of two and one half days if use.It seems much has changed since 2007. It is clear they have a serious quality control problem in China where they have them manufactured.Amazon declined to replace them a second time and instead will refund the purchase price.I wouldn’t recommend this product to anyone.JRScottsbluff, NERead more

  4. David

    I’ve worn different models of Muck shoes for 20 years. I had 2 pairs of this model. The stitching came loose on one pair, & the sole came apart on the other, both within one month of wearing them. I’m done with Muck shoes & will now buy a different brand of slip-on waterproof shoes. It’s time to give L. L. Bean a try.Read more

  5. Dianne S

    Second pair! Bought the most durable shoe made this time and the most expensive but worth not having to replace we hope in one year of farm use. THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT!! These shoes were $92 We waited for this size for months to come in. Apparently not made from the same place all the other’s we bought were, usually get 4-5 years daily use. I swore for 20 yrs or more for the BRAND “MUCK” to never replace with this brand again. What happened? do not buy if you want to wear for more than a few months!! WARNINGRead more

  6. Julia L

    Muck Boot—Muckster II–MensNoticed when taking them out of box and examining the shoes the seams or joints did not look to be well sealed or uniform. In fact all of the seams looked to be a little “off” so was wondering about the over all quality. Have had the shoes about a month wearing them 3-5 days a week for a few hours each day. The sole on one of the shoes is starting to separate from the bottom of the shoe. I have owned two pairs of Muck Boot Chore style and have been very pleased with the comfort and quality. These shoes are the Muckster II style. Was looking forward to an easy slip on which these truly are. And the materials seem good too. But will be returning them due to the poorly construction quality.Read more

  7. MichMan

    For the price of the shoes they should be premium but they are not. Yes I’ve had them for 2 1/2 years however, they have had very limited wear. Both shoes are coming apart and I will have to shoe goo them. I was expecting to have these shoes for at least 10 or 20 years. Kind of disappointed. I’m going to switch to Boggs.Read more

  8. GM

    Within 1 year, at multiple points where rubber sections met, there was separation due to poor glue adhesion. I wouldn’t be pleased if this were a lower priced product and I’m really not pleased given this product’s premium price. I’m not impressed, at all, with the Muck brand.Read more

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