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Clarks Men's Ruckus Melee Snow Boots

$64.79 - $67.49

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Clarks Men's Ruckus Melee Snow Boots

Pull on the Men's Clarks Ruckus Melee Snow Boots with ease and head out for a hike, a stroll downtown or a quick commute to work no matter the weather. For your comfort, warmth and convenience, stylishly durable nubuck leather uppers offer waterproof protection through rain, sleet and snow, while mesh and synthetic linings buffer your feet and enhance overall comfort. A molded OrthoLite footbed also adds extra cushion and support throughout all your hikes, walks and commutes in these men's slip-on winter boots. Plus, with heavy-tread rubber outsoles, the Clarks Ruckus Melee Snow Boots offer nothing but no-slip grip and traction through even the iciest and slushiest of conditions.

  • Upper: Durable nubuck leather in brown or tan
  • Lining: Mesh and synthetics buffer the foot and enhance comfort
  • Molded OrthoLite® footbed provides added cushion
  • Waterproof slip-on boot
  • Outsole: Heavy-tread rubber provides traction and durability
  • Heel height: 1 1/8 in
  • Shaft height: 7 in
  • Shaft circumference: 11 ¼ in

Buy the Clarks Ruckus Melee Snow Boots for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews - Clarks Men's Ruckus Melee Snow Boots

4 Stars TashasFather - 2013-01-08

Good But Not Great
I have been a longtime fan of Clarks footware especially so because of the great comfort they provided -- these boots, though well-made, just do not provide that famous comfort. They are constructed with triple stitching along stress points and double pull straps and are quite stylish; however, the sizing, which was never a problem with previous Clarks, is tricky here. I normally wear a 10M in a boot but found my feet swimming in the first pair of these boots -- returned them for a 9 and, though that satisfied any length issues, I still found them tight in the toebox -- something I had never encountered in a Clarks. I was loathe to return them and have been working to stretch the toebox, and it has helped immeasurably. So, bottom line, I recommend these with a caution to watch the sizing with these good, but not great, boots.



 
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