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Bogs Men's Classic Ultra High Rain Boot




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Bogs Men's Classic Ultra High Rain Boot

Puddles and slush dont stand a chance against the Bogs Classic Ultra High Rain Boot for men. With added insulation to the 100% waterproof outer these rain boots are built to keep your toes warm and dry regardless of weather. Designed to work in the demanding climates battled by dairy farmers, non-slip, non-marking outsoles insure a sturdy grip in the slick conditions heavy rains and cold can bring. Carrying a -40F rating you can trudge through snow with the confidence dry feet bring. Handles near the cuff make pulling on this foul weather footwear a breeze and anti-microbial footbeds keep odor at bay and save everyone from the dreaded work boot funk. Move over mud and step aside slush these rain boots are built to work.

  • Upper: 100% waterproof 4-way stretch 7 mm neoprene
  • Outer: Durable hand-lasted rubber
  • Easy-on pull handles
  • Midsole: Internal rubber sponge for cushion and warmth
  • Outsole: Non-slip, non-marking rubber
  • Footbed: Aegis™ anti-microbial insole
  • Comfort rated to -40°F
  • Height: 15 in
  • Weight (per pair): 4 lbs

Buy the Bogs Classic Ultra High Rain Boot for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

4 Star Rating

Reviews - Bogs Men's Classic Ultra High Rain Boot

4 Stars MattScubaSailing - 2013-02-15

Good boots to keep warm and dry
I've been using these for everything from hosing stuff down in the yard, to trekking through marshes, and boating. With typical outdoor temps in the 40-50 F range I've found my feet staying very dry and warm. My main concern is that the handles built into the side are not such a great idea. They lower the level that water can get in at by a few inches and don't offer much utility. The idea is that the handles help getting the boots on, but I've never had trouble with that. getting the boots off, however, is challenging at times, but staying dry is worth it.


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