Wet dogs without the wet feet.
You can rely on the Hunter Women's Balmoral Lady Neoprene Boot when it's raining and Buster's barking for a walk. Its waterproof rubber construction is rugged enough for muddy trails as well as slippery sidewalks, and the rubber upper has a special sheen that's stylish enough for work or for sipping coffee with friends at the cafe. Hunter Boot added a neoprene lining for extra wet-weather protection, a removable footbed for extra cush, and a comfortable EVA midsole with a heel grip for extra support.
- Waterproof rubber construction
- Neoprene lining
- Adjustable leg gusset
- Removable footbed
- EVA midsole with heel grip
- Multi-directional tread
- Item #HUN000K
- Q & A
All Around Badass Boot
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 7
I was hesitant about these, since I have wide feet, but they are FABULOUS. I wear them in the mud going grouse hunting as well as climbing around the rocky shores of Lake Superior. Dog poop, mud, snow, slush, whatever, just hose 'em off and they're sparkly clean. The adjustable calf is great and easy to use, the removable foot bed is great for switching between thick or regular socks, and the heel grip is super handy. They are also surprisingly warm in the snow. So much so I might ditch my old Sorels. If you're debating on these because of the price-- don't. They're worth it.
How high is the boot shaft?
I see that the strap allows adjusting around the calf - up to how wide is the shaft circumference?
16 inches for the shaft circumference