Bogs Classic High Boot

I’ve found a good rubber-hunting boot and want to share it with you!

It’s the new Bogs Classic High Boot

On an early October whitetail hunt in Minnesota, I donned these Bogs boots, along with my other favorite hunting clothes, and started on my way to a preferred oak tree in the woods.

Temperatures ranged from the upper 40’s to 60 degrees throughout the day. I’ve found that these boots kept my feet plenty warm and most definitely comfortable! I prefer a good rubber boot to leather, when hunting whitetail. Early to mid-season (if in the cooler climates), is the perfect time to wear Bogs boots if you’re stand hunting. Later season also, if you like to stalk your game in colder temperatures.

I’ve just replaced my old “Brand X” rubber boots to the Bogs. Number one reason is that they are the most comfortable rubber boots I have ever slipped my feet in to. Hands down, or… feet down? They feel just like an athletic shoe, and less of a typical rubber boot.

The use of Neoprene™ makes these especially comfortable. No loose wobbly rubber, just form fitting for your feet and legs. No more tired legs for me from high stepping in bulky boots. My Bogs will take me hither and yon and back again in total comfort. 

This is a great boot and I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone.

All Bogs boots are 100% waterproof to keep your feet warm and dry, even in the worst conditions. (They should know, their retail store is out of Oregon, where rain and mud are king.)

Here is the low-down on the Bogs Classic High Boots:

Vulcanized rubber over 100% Waterproof 7mm SBR Neoprene 
Full Length Contoured EVA Sockliner

AEGIS Anti-Microbial lining
Height: 14.5 inches on a Size 7
Non-Slip Rubber Outsole
Athletic Shoe Fit
Comfort Rated to sub-zero temperatures (-40 to be exact)
Women’s sizes available
from 6-11

Retail price $59.95

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Shoot straight, shoot often and hunt hard!


© December 2006