Muck Boots

LungBlood

12 pointer
Oct 31, 2010
2,211
Florence
Looking for some input for people that have a pair of Muck Boots. I'm thinking about buying a pair and was looking for some opinions on them. What style is best and how warm are they.
 

nateb440

8 pointer
Nov 8, 2011
951
I have some. Bought last year, and I must admit I love them. I haven't had cold feet yet. I think they are woody elite or something like that. Nice boot.
 

rcb216

12 pointer
Sep 25, 2005
5,942
Robertson Co.
I bought my first pair last year. Since then my wife bought a pair and we got a pair for my son. We all love them. Gonna get another pair for my oldest for Christmas. The only time my feet got cold was when I was in water that was slushy for three to four hours and all I had on was a thin wore out pair of old white Cotten socks. Then it wasn't real cold just my toes. I love them. The only time I don't where them out it when it's above forty and it's dry. Other then that I have them on if I'm outside. You won't be disappointed.
 

Chester

6 pointer
Oct 28, 2012
364
Somewhere
I have the Woody Max that I got for Christmas last year. They are very comfortbale and pretty warm, but there were a few mornings this fall my toes got a little chilled and I had to throw on an extra pair of socks.
 

Yettislayer

Spike
May 17, 2013
86
Central KY
The most important thing to muck boots is the sole, so make sure you get the aggressive one. I've got some Wetlands and a pair of choremasters (I think). Wetlands are all I wear in the woods and I like them better than some 1200 gram lace ups I have
 

CrazyGame16

6 pointer
Jun 25, 2012
172
I've got the Muck boot Arctic something or others. Love em -no regrets at all, actually buying a pair for my wife for trips out to work with her horse this winter.
 

Hoyt Heartsplitter

6 pointer
Oct 31, 2007
275
My girlfriend got me a pair of woody elite's before bow season have to wear thinner socks in September and October but a couple of morning it got cold during gun season and with only one pair of thick socks they still kept my feet warm!
 

tbrothers

6 pointer
Aug 29, 2011
481
Cecilia
I have the Muck Field blazer and I love them. You have to make sure that you buy the right pair for you. If you are doing a lot of walking into your hunting site they can make your feet sweat which will make them colder when you are setting still. I have to wear a thin pair of socks while I am walking in and then put on other socks if I need them after I get to my stand. It's a lot of work but I hate for my feet to get cold while hunting.
 

RackedUP

8 pointer
Oct 30, 2013
702
I have a pair of Muck Wetlands and I absolutely love them. I kick myself for not buying them sooner. Theyre the same boot as the woody max except the wetlands are brown and the woody max are camo. Both excellent boots and worth ever penny.
 

bigredhunter

6 pointer
Jan 30, 2012
375
Boyle County
I have mutiple pairs and I love them. I have the chore boot for working around the farm, wetland for hunting in, and the camp boot for wearing when I slip off my waders. My wife also hunts in them. Can't go wrong with a muck boot
 

UK Hunter

6 pointer
Dec 15, 2009
141
Adair County
Everybody in my house owns at least a pair. I wear my wetlands deer hunting and I just wear a pair of regular socks. Feet haven't ever been cold, even in snow. Did make the mistake and wore them turkey hunting once. It warmed up later in the morning and my feet got soaked with sweat. I'll never buy another boot other than Muck.
 

deerturkey14

6 pointer
Oct 29, 2012
278
Louisville
I love mine I got last year. Only problem I had was a chunk tore out about mid way up the sheen. Now it will leak if I'm in water that high. As long as I cross the low parts of creeks Im dry and warm.
 

bleedinblu05

Spike
Oct 27, 2011
82
Christian County
I have two pair, the field blazers for earlier season and the woody max for later. They are probably the most comfortable slip on that I've seen, and I personally like them best because they are not loose at the top with a strap like most. With that being said, they don't keep your feet as warm as something with thinsulate (spelt wrong I think). Why they havnt started using it idk. But I kinda fixed that problem by spraying anti-perspirant deodorant on my feet before I go so they don't sweat as bad and that fixed a lot of my cold feet problem.
 


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