Apollo Basic Womens Hunting Boots
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- Rubber sole
- EVA midsoles soften every step to provide all-day comfort to your feet. Durable molded rubber outsoles give excellent stability and extra solid traction. Reinforced Achilles, heel, and toe areas for additional protection from dangers.
- Designed to be the most durable, protective, and comfortable boots for active outdoorsmen.
- 5mm neoprene and rubber overlays insulate while blocking out moisture.
- Comfort rated from subfreezing to 65 °F/18 °C.
- 100% WATERPROOF! Enhanced rubber shell for additional protection to heel and toe.
- 100-Year With Your Lifetime Warranty(Learn More)
- Product ASIN: B094XD82YR
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grace.haven.grownVerified✓Hanging with my sweet boys, wearing my spiffy new boots!! Anyone else out there rarely splurge on themselves. But, good boots are my jam! When I start to think about essentials for the farm, farm boots were one of the first places I started because we spend all day on our feet! What’s your farmboots must haves? Mine are: -Sturdy, but super comfortable -Arch support for those feet -A great tread (We live in the mountains. Lots of hills and rocks ) -Insulated (for our cold winters) -Waterproof
Josh WillisVerified✓Got these for my wife cause she can't keep her feet warm even with multiple warm socks on in the woods during hunting. She says they're a perfect fit, only needs one pair of electric warm socks and has to turn them off minutes later cause the boots stay warm. She's been thru streams and creeks fully submerged to mid calve and no leaks at all, complete waterproof. Since then, has worked outdoors, gardening, cutting trees and 4 wheeling thru trails, a quick spray and cleaned as seen in the picture. Never leaves the house without them.
STAR STRUCKVerified✓They’re staying together. We have a farm and cattle gets fed even in the rain. Feed lots get muddy and cows aren’t the cleanest animal so boots are a must. Wet weather calls for rubber boots. These work well and stay on even in deep mud and hose off well. The price was good also. I got the size 10 ,(size 9-1/2 in regular shoes and boots), and it fits well with one pair of socks. Thanks for a pair of women’s boots that aren’t pink!
Jade NewhouseVerified✓Decided to do a photo comparison of my old boots to show the size/height difference. I’m 5’9”, 187lbs, and normally wear an 8 1/2 but am closer to an 8. These come almost all the way to my knees and are comfortable on my huge calves. They do seem a bit smaller in sizing than all of my other boots though so if you are between sizes I’d go up 1/2. Super comfy and the rubber is much thicker than that of my old ones. I’ll update when they start to fall apart.
Jeep Girl AdventuresVerified✓So while I love these boots, I am sad at the lack of craftsmanship and quality control. I purchased three pairs: 7, 7.5 and an 8 to make sure I got the fit I needed, then I would return what is not worn/does not fit.That said, I normally wear a 7.5 or an 8 depending on shoe type, but I know that boots often run true to size to a little large. Living in Montana, I definitely know how to shop for shoes, especially winter (Sorel) and all-weather type boots.I decided to try these because they were a tad more feminine than what I currently wear (which is a man's black rubber boot sold at Walmart).These Boo ts are fantastic. Two out of three pair were made wonderfully well and I even slipped a pair on, stood in the shower, then ran water over my leg for 5 steady minutes on the upper neoprene portion of the boot, and I never got so much as a drip of water on my legs or feet. The water repelled right off the neoprene and the rubber!I have bigger legs (not super huge, but not skinny either. Maybe 13-15" in circumference. IDK), and the neoprene does stretch to where they look flattering and not too tight, but I can definitely feel the circulation somewhat being cut off. I do not think that somebody with thin calves would have this issue.The rubber is the softest rubber I've ever felt in my life. Creamy soft! It is so soft that it gives pause as to its durability. I guess time will tell. However, they seem like they will hold up to any task I put them through: Jeep off-roading, mountain hiking, fishing, muddin' and campfire ...[See More]
FarmerJennVerified✓Okay, I waited until the end of the season to write this. After using my boots all winter on my horse ranch, the ONLY complaint I have is that the glue on the soul of the boot fails at the bend point behind your toes. If the company fixes the glue situation, I would then consider these muck boots to be comparable to Boggs as well as the original Muck* Boot. Seriously, the tread is freaking amazing and they have solid grip even in mud.