Rated to - 47 degrees C.
The optimum cold weather boot.
Additional Thermofoam around the leg.
With a free pair of gardening gloves!
£84.24 Including delivery!
Special introductory price.
In stock - 24hr to 48hr delivery UK mainland.
£83.33 (previous price)
£74.95 excluding VAT
£89.94 including VAT
Arctic Sport Muck Boots.
If you need a size 13 then look at the Tay Sport - this is the style that is being replaced by the Arctic Sport and we still have a few pairs of size 13 left.
Size 8 out of stock until mid January. The Woody Max is the same spec but with a Realtree print on the neoprene.
With a free pair of gardening gloves!
Comfort range (Centigrade): -47 to +15.
Dual-density oil-resistant rubber sole for superb insulation, shock absorption and comfort.
The tread pattern is excellent for heavy / muddy ground. Also, as they fit snugly around the foot, they do not get left behind in the mud so easily whilst you are teetering on one leg.
Full Neoprene insulation.
Tough and lightweight.
Resistant to fertilisers, insecticides, manure and cleansers.
These Arctic Sport Muck boots. Once you have tried them you will not want to take them off! Just look at some of the reviews on the web.
The Arctic Sport Muck Boots have replaced the old Tay Sport that have sold so well for us over the last few years.
5mm CR flex-foam bootie with a 4 way stretch nylon.
The extra insulation includes a fleece covered Airmesh inner liner and a 2mm layer of Thermofoam above the foot-bed for additional insulation.
It may not sound like much but it makes a serious difference if you are out in the snow and ice for long periods.
Ideal for walking on rough terrain.
The sole pattern helps shed the mud.
Double reinforcement on the instep, heel and achilles areas.
The Arctic Sport Muck Boots will stretch to fit half sizes. There is a 15mm toe allowance built into the sizing.
They are made to standard widths, but the materials will stretch comfortably to fit widths up to a EEEE. For narrow feet, we suggest wearing a thicker sock or putting in an additional sock-liner.
The upper calf area is made of soft, flexible CR-foam and will stretch-fit virtually any calf girth. With the flexible upper, the trouser leg can be worn over or inside the boot. The collar material can be turned down to allow hands-free removal and vent humidity in warmer working conditions.
Thick socks are not necessary unless you are planning on an arctic trek. The upper will stretch to accommodate thicker socks. Medium-weight athletic socks should provide the best fit.
From a personal view-point, I have worn the old Tay Sports at a constant minus 10 degrees on snow and ice for a day with regular shoe socks. I have also worn them with the same socks (washed in between wears) in a 20 degree C summer. They were surprisingly as comfortable on both occasions.
The CR-foam used in Arctic Sport Muck Boots is both waterproof and insulating. The materials exceed the long-term effectiveness of waterproof membrane materials and provide excellent insulating properties.
Airmesh lining used in all of the Muck Boot range is made up of thousands of tiny vertical fibers that allow air to circulate throughout the interior surfaces. Perspiration that might build up in the boot is quickly wicked away. This creates a comfortable environment that lasts for long periods.
The rubber shell and nylon upper are very durable and clean up easily with a spray of water or gentle scrubbing with soap and water. The rubber upper can be conditioned with wax polish or liquid detergent.
If you catch the neoprene outer on a thorn or nail – our own recommendation is to use a superglue. This has worked fine for us on several occasions. I suspect that Muck Boots have a recommended brand of glue but we like to take the simple approach. Just don’t get your fingers stuck to the boots!