The Muck Wetland is the finest waterproof field boot in its class. This boot features breathable airmesh lining. Stetch-fit top line binding snugs to your calf to keep warmth in and could out. CR flex-foam bootie with four-way stretch nylon, snag-resistant cover is 100% waterproof, lightweight, flexible, and buoyant and will form virtually any calf girth. The molded durable outsole provides maximum protection and stability.
Stretch-fit topline binding snugs calf to keep warmth in and cold out
5mm Neoprene bootie with four-way stretch nylon, 100% waterproof, lightweight, and flexible
Comfort range of -20 degrees F to 70 degrees F
Diamond tread self-cleaning outsole wraps the entire perimeter for maximum protection and stability
Roll down bootie goes from hi to mid for when the weather warms up
Men's sizes shown; women should order one size down
I purchased these as a present for my son whose previous boots and those before had worn out and perished in under a year. These boots look decidedly tougher and hopes are high that they will continue to perform accordingly!
I bought these for my husband at Christmas because I have a pair and they are so comfy. He loves them! They keep you warm and dry , very comfortable for long walks through the countryside no matter the terrain.
Best pair of waterproof boots by far. Lots of times spent in cold creek and feet not cold. Boots fit very well, no hot spots or blisters, very comfortable soles. Like so much bought a pair for the wife. Would definitely purchase again.
Usually a size 13 and chose a 12 for these. If they offered 12 1/2 I would have probably went with that because they are a little tough to take off. But feel great, high quality, exactly what I wanted.
Purchased these for an upcoming duck hunting trip. I’ve used them 10-12 times so far for local deer and duck hunting. Hunted in 25 degrees last week. Wore some insulated socks with them and was comfortable.
If you were thinking to buy a pair of muck boots,stop thinking go for it.I bought the Wetland style,there high and snug fitting,and warm.I use them year round,The soles are great,very good traction.This is my second pair.
Bought them for my boyfriend who absolutely loves them! He went a size up to make sure he had room for socks & they fit perfect. He had the chore mucks before which lasted him 7 years, so here’s to another 7!! hasn’t had cold feet since.
I live in these boots. I live on a farm and have a training kennel, and these boots are indispensable. Normally they last me at least three years, through mud and snow and briars. The last pair developed a problem with the sole coming loose, and the customer service was wonderful---beyond expectations. Thank you, Muck Boot Company! You have a loyal customer for life.
This is the third pair that I have bought in 6 years. The problem with the first two were that a split happened on the foot part twice in the same place and the left boot let in water. I was expecting the boots too last much longer considering the price. However I love the style and comfort and am hoping to it's third time lucky as far as longevity goes. If I get a split again after only a couple of years I expect to you to give me a new pair free of charge. Perhaps you would like to comment
Great boot so comfortable. I have purchased these only a few weeks ago. A bit on the expensive side. I would normally ware hiking boots but this time of year they'd be of no use. I'd say I have walked roughly 50 km in them over rough terrain and wetlands. Why did I suffer with my old Wellington's and not buy a proper pair.
The best boots for outdoor work, and I’ve tried many over the years! Just be sure you wear the right socks, as I’ve had a few pair now, and the inside of the heel is the first thing to go if there is any friction with walking.
Im a 9.5 regular-wide and fit the Wetland 10 perfectly with a mid-weight hiker sock. Wish I had known about these boots sooner, they are so comfortable even after a 2 hour trail walk. Bought them for shoulder season canoeing, being flexible for kneeling if necessary, but I am finding all kinds of excuses to wear them.