For those in need of rugged, comfortable waterproof footwear, the Muck boot is for you. Unlike the traditional rubber boots, the Muckmaster and/or Wetland features full-bootie construction, breathable Airmesh lining throughout and supportive contoured footbed. Extra rubber underlays and a crush-resistant toe offer added protection for a variety of climates and conditions. Available in size 6-14 (whole sizes only).
Snake Chap: Constructed of triple layers of a 400 Denier inner waterproof layer and a 1000 Denier nylon briar proof outer layer that extends all the way up chap
*These garments are designed to help protect the wearer from snake bites. They are not a guarantee. Therefore the wearer should take all precautions to avoid being bitten by a snake. As with any personal safety item, regular checks should be carried out to ensure the garments are in good serviceable condition. Any defects or wear and tear that could jeopardize the performance of the garment should be repaired or the garments replaced immediately.
|Thigh Size (Regular)||26"||28"||28"||30"||32"|
|Thigh Size (Slim)||24"||26"||26"||28"||30"|
|Thigh Size (Husky)||28"||30"||30"||32"||34"|
Posted by MDVickery on 25th Mar 2016
I've been fighting the "beaver wars" (my backyard is part of a beaver swamp) for 12 years. When I started, a professional beaver trapper recommended your Muckmaster waders. While I liked the boots I couldn't bring myself to spend the difference between the Muckmaster/Godwin waders and cheaper off the shelf waders. After repairing and replacing 3 other pairs of waders and enduring cold, wet feet while slogging back through the swamp I finally decided to buy from Godwins'. Real boots, real tough, real dry! They are heavier - but snake proof. When in cottonmouth and copperhead territory, that's okay. They run large, but I can deal with that. They cost more up front. But they are worth it for what they are. If you spend a lot of time in rough, wet territory, spend the money and do it right.