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Bogs Blaze MT Rubber Boot

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Product Description

The Bogs Blaze MT Rubber Boot, with its Moisture Transfer technology, wicks away foot perspiration while still remaining 100% waterproof. With the boot's comfort rated from temperatures to -40 degrees Fahrenheit, you will be the envy of everyone at camp! The Bogs MT Rubber Boot comes in Mossy Oak Breakup and measures 15 inches in height and available in several sizes.  This is the ultimate in a rubber hunting boot.

Brandon from Texas
Great Boot!
How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need?
I have owned these boots for 2 years and still no leaks. I hunt hard. I have actually ditched the lace up boots for deer hunting because these are so light and easy to hunt in. Now, I wear them to the duck sloughs and deer woods. I wouldn't take them on an elk hunt in the Rocky Mountains, but great for hard hunting.
What do you like or dislike about the features?
They have the breathable feature on the upper part of the foot which serves two purposes: keeping the foot less hot than a traditional Rubber boot, and more flexibility for walking.
Do you think this item is a good value?
Yes. I borrowed a pair of Bogs from a friend putting in a duck blind one summer. I planned on going to get some Muck boots, but after I used his all day, I had to get these, especially looking at the price difference.
Which flyway do you hunt in?
Please give your general opinion of this product.
Great product! I have had other friends try mine on and go get them rather than Muck boots. I think both brands are great boots, but I'm not a name brand guy, and these take the cake in walkability, weight, and toughness anyhow.
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Customer Comments
"Great products,high quality. Good prices and good catalogs." March 2015