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0C12M0DB4UF563 Arctic game ii excessive situations mid-top rubber ladies’s iciness boot

(5 customer reviews)

$123.45$126.80

  • neoprene
  • imported
  • material lining
  • pull on closure
  • 5 mm neoprene affords consolation and versatility, along side splendid waterproofing, shock absorption and warmth retention properties; adjusts to the contours of your foot to face up to blisters and chafing
  • high-grade extended rubber exterior offers extra sturdiness and makes for a 100% water-proof wintry weather boot; pull tab for smooth on/off
  • fleece lining is gentle for improved comfort, long lasting for lengthy wear, and presents terrific warmth in frigid environments; consolation rated from -40 °f to 40 °f (-forty°c to four°c)
  • girls’s remaining is specially designed to assist the lady foot; 10-inch height protects shins whilst allowing freedom of movement
  • consolation insole supports and cushions feet; slip-resistant, rugged outsole gives durability and traction on slick surfaces
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SKU: C12M0DB4UF563 Category:
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5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

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Black, Black/Grey, Black/Pink, Black/Parachute Purple, Black/Phlox Purple, Brown/Cordovan, Black/Muddy Girl, Brown/Hot Leaf Camo, Navy/Teal, Purple

5 reviews for 0C12M0DB4UF563 Arctic game ii excessive situations mid-top rubber ladies’s iciness boot

  1. A. M.

    Most of the time, reviews for winter/cold weather gear is written by people in the lower 48. “I wore these expedition weight wool socks around downtown Asheville when it was 30F and my feet stayed warm!” That’s great, lady, but that’s not a good review of an item like that.Anyway, all that to say: this is a REAL WINTER REVIEW for these boots. As I’m writing this, it’s -50F here in the middle of Alaska and these boots are still performing.I’ve taken these things snowmachining and caribou hunting at -20 and I wore a thin liner sock and a thick wool blend on top of that, and my feet were pretty near perfect all day. I just wore them out for 4 hours at -50 to do a site inspection with just thick wool socks (no liner) and my feet are the only part of me that I can still feel. Let’s be real, any longer exposure than that to those temps and the durability of these boots will be the least of your worries.Another thing that strikes me about these is how comfortable they are. They don’t force you to walk with an awkward gait like a lot of stiff boots do. They’re just structured enough through the foot/ankle and just flexible enough through the shaft to make it easy to schlep through knee deep snow while you’re looking for caribou tracks (or the mailbox, whatever.)Sizing is pretty consistent for a boot, especially one of this caliber. Of course if you’re not wearing these with a thick sock you shouldn’t really be wearing them at all, so if you try them on barefoot or with a thin crew sock they will probably feel a little roomy. I wear mine with the thickest Carhartt wool blend socks you can find and my feet are perfectly comfortable. There’s plenty of room to allow blood and air flow but they’re definitely not coming off unless I want them to. I wear a women’s 11 in sneakers and 10-10.5 in heels. I got these in an 11 and they’re a perfect fit (again, with thick socks.) I don’t consider them abnormally heavy, either, and I’m very sensitive to unnecessary bulk on shoes (looking at you, Chaco sandals.)So that’s that. I’ve replaced my standard winter boot with these puppies, AND I’ve actually tried them in a setting for which they are designed! Hey! Imagine that. Sorry, hypothetical Lisa from Knoxville, your reviews on true cold weather gear aren’t worth much.Read more

  2. Cinny

    I bought this boot for my New Year’s trip to Mackinac Island, MI and they were perfect. Handled the hike through 11-14 inches of snow, stood up to the -20 windchill, are very comfortable, and best thing of all, calf circumfrence is large enough to fit my fat calves, thick wool socks, and jeans inside of it. I’m recommending these Muck Boots to everyone and wear them almost daily, thanks to our Michigan snow, also getting a lot of compliments along the way, colors are great!I’m normally a 7.5 in shoes, 8 in boots.. I ordered the 8, and although I feared the height because of my calves, I had nothing to worry about. (I previously bought Bogs and my calves were too big for them.)Read more

  3. grtmomx3

    They do work good to keep my feet noticeably warm but the most disappointing thing is that my feet literally freeze if I am squatting for any length of time, like more than a minute or two. I think the material just compresses on the top of my toes and transfers all the cold to them. I wanted to mention this temperature transfer but must also mention that I do have Reynaud’s so my feet tend to be significantly colder than most. Because of my cold issues, I was willing to pay for a quality pair of boots that would keep my feet warm when outside for hours. These do work okay but really not that great given the $120+ price tag.The boots do seem to run just a little large but that is a good thing for winter boots. Wearing snug boots with thick socks gave me chillblains and tissue damage a few years ago. Now, every winter, I get chillblains if my feet get too cold. The extra roominess with this pair helps with keeping my feet warmer and chillblain free. I usually wear a 7.5 but ordered an 8 and have plenty of room for extra thick socks. They do feel too big if wearing super thin or no socks but not so much that I can’t walk in them, it’s just enough to be awkward and kind of annoying. I really wanted to LOVE them but, honestly, I just like them given how much I paid for them. I will pay for quality and these are quality boots, just not quite what I was hoping for given the reviews. Amazon now has some for $69 though and they are totally worth that price!Public service announcement, as shared with me by doctor… Snug, cozy, and warm feet are not happy feet. Roomy and cozy feet are warm and happy feet. I’m an avid reader and somehow missed this information my ENTIRE life. Please order roomy boots and save yourself from this annoying and painful condition!Read more

  4. theBside

    i was unaware how comfy and WARM these could be! first muck boots i SO WISH i had purchased a pair years ago…..they are comfortable and fit my bunion feet great!!!….and i am SO easily cold my feet are so picky about fit. and didn’t think any boot but my sherling mukluk fitflops could keep me comfy and warm…but they aren’t the best in piles of sloppy snow and manure…too short and NOT waterproof. but THESE i can go from puddle to snow to manure pile and just pressure spray them off and somehow they keep my feet warm if not toasty warm and i’m SO impressed. it was around 4 degrees F a week or so ago and i was outside most of the night (calving season) and i don’t remember thinking about how cold my feet were….now i just have to find gloves that do the same for my poor cold fingers/hands!! do they have Muck gloves?? hehehe. SALUD!Read more

  5. Ash N.

    My wife and I live in a very remote village in Alaska that is only accessible by plane. We are always in the Freezing ocean getting mussels, on muddy trails, or braving the elements to have dinner and play cards with friends. We are in our early 30’s and we are HARD on our boots.These boots not only hold up, they keep you warm and dry NO MATTER WHAT it is doing outside!I have tried Tuff Boots, Boggs, etc and we are Hooked on Muck Boots for life!If I could give them 10 stars I would!Read more

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