AquaX Men's Rain Boots, Outdoor Casual Boots
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- 5mm Neoprene Provides Comfort and Flexibility with Shock Absorption and Heat Retention Properties.
- 100% Waterproof Flex-foam Upper with Four-way Stretch Nylon.
- The Rubber Out-soles Provide the Most Stability All Season.
- Breathable Airmesh Lining Allows Air to Travel Throughout the Boot, Keeps Your Feet Much Dryer Than Normal Boots.
- 100-Year With Your Lifetime Warranty(Learn More)
- Product ASIN: B07MRGW6RV
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inta34Verified✓Very comfortable.I tried two different boots and not comfortable when you drive but with these boots no problem at all.Super happy.The only thing is not every sizes are available.Other than that highly recommend it.By the way they’re much cheaper on eBay.I hope could match the price with eBay.
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My Daughters' DaddyVerified✓I compared at least 6 different rain boots, mud boots and different sizes in some. They were sizes 9, 10, 11 etc. Depends on the manufacturer:For our purposes here I will compare size 10 in:1. Hisea, 2. Guide Gear, 3. Crocs AllCast, 4. Seac 6mm, 5. Servus Comfort tech, 6. LaCrosse Diamondback snake proofTo be be fair, the LaCrosse is the most uncomfortable because it is a more rigid snake proof boot. Safety first, comfort last.That being said there is a better, more versatile and just as safe alternative. I'll try to remember to add it in here later.Back to the boots.I'm going to rank these for ea se of scanning reviews [I know I read hundreds trying to find the items].All Size 10: In all of the boots, if you want to use your sole insert order one size up. Except Hisea seemed to fit size 10 with insert [i.e., it runs a size+ large].1. Seac 6mm dive boot: fits like a shoe and almost looks like one. Nice full rubber sole. Size 10 is snug on this 9.5-10 foot [that's with sock. Took the sock off and was perfect. Wet foot little difficult to get in but slide your fingers down your foot or use a plastic grocery bag over foot]. Can wear zipped on side for real water proof needs or unzipped walking/hiking around. Yes Hiking! These are great for Fossil hunting in shorts, wearing under BuzzOff pants, with wading overalls to stay dry in summer or winter [6mm], or walking on beaches with shells or while diving coral reefs. VERY versatile. ALL the other boots are not meant to be worn in water deeper than @12". The Crocs maybe 6". If you say you want boots to hunt/hike I'd say buy the Crack Shot Snake Guardz and wrap over these and your jeans [or bare even legs} MUCH more comfortable and versatile.2. Guide Gear: fits slightly looser than Seac. Very comfortable with over calf boot [calf area appears large enough to fit the guy on the insurance commercial with the calk implants] Fits like a true size 10. Plenty of room in toe. just a little pressure on top of the foot. If you're dead set on a traditional "mud boot" look these are a great choice. Plenty of room to stuff your pant legs into the contoured calf area. I'd then add the Snake Guardz over that.3. Crocs AllCast [after this it's a distant 4th etc] Size 10 fits like size 11 maybe 10.75. Size 9.0 fits okay I guess like a 9.25. They are comfortable and I could wear either around the house. The 10's flop a lot though and heel slide even in 9.0's. Very comfy but whats the purpose of half calf in these? More of a walk the dog or walk to work, If you're going in streams it will fill up.4. Hisea: perplexing. Kind of comfortable sole but size 10 is more like an 11.5. And bulky, and foot area doesn't seem to have enough curve to it. Be difficult to get a good fit unless you ordered at least three pair to try on. I'd think the mud would just suck this boot in, especially if in the water when it fills up.5. Servus "Comfort" Technology: Heavy. Rubber sole not bad. Okay if you just need to slip on to get something out of car. Wouldn't want to walk far. VERY wide calf opening. Your wife could probably stuff her purse in there.6. LaCrosse Diamondback snake proof boots: If I was going in snake infested area and I didn't have time to order on I'd wear these. But wow, heavy, stiff and uncomfortable.The ONLY option I found to wear on it's own, with waders for waterproof fishing/hunting/hiking or fossil/relic hunting [not brand] that covers ALL the bases [Functionality, comfort, ankle support and WATERPROOF...as in water can't come in over the top of the boot] is the Seac.I will add photo of all boots for visual comparison efficiency. Hope that helps.Good luck and let me know what else you'd like reviewed. Since my three Strokes I don't get out much.Carpe Diem.This might be might first review, or one of first.Please give an up vote. ...[See More]