wet­land Boots By the orig­i­nal Muck Boot com­pany

Shooting Gazette - - The Review -



If you’ve ever owned a pair of boots from The Orig­i­nal Muck boot Com­pany the chances are you’ll have rec­om­mended the brand to a friend. So need we con­tinue?

When­ever we’re out on shoot days we’ll al­ways see at least a cou­ple of beat­ers wear­ing them

– a sign of dura­bil­ity if noth­ing else – and that should be a sig­nal to any guns who swear by qual­ity that these are made to last. One

Shoot­inggazette staffer still has a pair from 2006 and they show no signs of fail­ing him.

The Wet­land is one of the brand’s best sell­ers, aim­ing to keep feet, as they put it “warm, dry and com­fort­able in the mud­di­est and cold­est of conditions”.

They cer­tainly ap­pear to be up to the task. The sig­na­ture 5mm neo­prene bootie will of­fer much-needed flex­i­bil­ity to those who have to nav­i­gate nooks and cran­nies in the field even though it is snug at the top of the calf.

The bootie can be rolled down mak­ing the Wet­land a boot for more than just the sea­son. Though per­haps not for those who opt for el­e­gance – the thick sole and toe stick out con­sid­er­ably – they are a sta­ble boot.

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