The Original Muckboot Company Reviews
Description:Specializing in rubber boots for a variety of markets from outdoor/sporting, pet, and equine to lawn & garden.
Newest Review: ... and buy footwear which would enable me to safely enjoy the start of my day. So it was that a visit to my local farm and countryside suppliers led me to pay more for a pair of gum boots than I have ever paid for shoes. I chose Tay boots made by the Muck Boot Company and am now a far more confident walker in all conditions. My boots are made from neoprene, a material resulting from ... more
Customer The Original Muckboot Company Reviews (7)
by - written on 22/08/12, updated on 23/08/12 (Very useful, 217 readings)
During these hot, dry days it seems a strange time to think of wellington boots. My early morning walks with friends and our dogs need little care underfoot, just an eye out for tangled brambles or the odd fallen log. But all too soon, as the clocks go back and our daily stroll becomes pre-dawn, choices have to be made. The woods are favoured because a thousand years of loam are soft underfoot. However the very nature of woodland means that pre-dawn means pitch dark. It is easy to see the dogs' flashing collars which can probably be viewed from space, but the uneven paths beneath our feet are out of sight. The country park instead is ideal as the light ... Read the complete review
by antman44 - written on 05/12/11
I purchashed a pair of muckboot Derwents which i am dissapointed with as the soles wore very quickly within a couple of months,as i only use them on grass i thought they had been a"bad"batch produced so i rang the supplier"uttings outdoors"who reluctantly sent me out a new pair suggesting i had overworn them unfortunatly after a few months the new pair wore in the same place as the first pair ,the soles split and virtually all the grip had worn down completely.i wont be purchasing muckboots again.
by - written on 28/11/10, updated on 28/11/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
I purchased a pair of the Tyne muck boots a couple of months ago as I needed a pair of boots to wear around the yard, that kept my feet dry and warm and most importantly could allow me to work safely no matter what the conditions - muddy, wet, icy - having sure footing is vital when around horses! The foot and lower boot is made from rubber whilst the upper boot is made from foam - the rubber foot is reinforced which is great when my horse decides to stomp on me! The sole of the boot has good grip and even with the icy surfaces we have had of late I haven't slipped once. The foot and lower boot is waterproof but I must say that my toes have still been a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/09 (Useful, 383 readings)
I had been promising myself a pair of really good walking Wellies for some time, and after some research decided on a pair of Muckboot Derwents. They were described as being suitable for 'yard' work and for walking. When they came I was delighted as they were comfortable, warm and waterproof, and the easy-to-turn-down tops made them ideal for summer walking also. However, after wearing them just a few times (less than 20 hours use), I noticed considerable wear on the heels. My boots and shoes do not normally wear badly and I had my my last pair of wellies for at least 10 years without serious wear. When I examined the heels of the Muckboots, they seem to be made of foam . Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/09 (Very useful, 794 readings)
I was bought a pair of these 2 years ago, and my pair are still going strong. I wear them around the yard horse riding in the winter a few times a week and absolutely love them. While everyone else is complaining about their freezing feet and boots with holes in them I have my muck boots that arn't only incredibly waterproof they're also extremly warm. With these, I wear a pair of regular socks and this keeps my feet toasty warm in conditions as bad as -3 (or there abouts). I haven't been able to find colder conditions than that but I'm sure that two pairs of regular socks past that wouldn't be a problem. I really do reccommend these boots, they're ... Read the complete review