Reviews for Arctic Shield Waterproof Durable Rubber Neoprene Outdoor Boots
People say Arcticshield is really similar to Bogs.
They look and feel good but I haven't had a need for them yet so there will be no meaningful feedback. My last pair were bogs. These here look and feel the same but longevity is unknown. They do look well made.
thumbs up 👍🏻
nice boots light weight and waterproof. Nice alternative to the $149 heavier bogs
Got for a gift. My husband loves these.
Very comparable to Muck boots or Bog boots. Very flexible and certainly well made.
Great warm boots for a great price!
Excellent deal. May sound like I am a rep for this company but I can assure you I am not. Check my other reviews. Not all are good... These are typical bogs with a camo design. They are warm and the tread has done well so far in terms of traction in the slippery snow. The bottoms are completely rubber, which is excellent for hunting. This is a Good buy!
I ordered these for my son because I didn’t want to pay the high price for Bogs. He says they are just as good as his old Bogs. Will order these again.
Great boots. Comparable with BOGS. Kids love them!
Better than bogs or muck
Bought for my son he loves them I love them for him
Great overall boots! Would buy again.
I bought these for a trip up North to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. They worked as well as expected. I tested them hunting, they worked well keeping water out and provided as much warmth as I thought they were going to. My toes did get a little cold after a couple hours of sitting stationary, but was bearable even at around 30°F in a hunting blind without a heater and without wool socks. I also tested these boots walking through about 10 acres of cedar swamps and they were the perfect boots for the job. Good grip in the bogs and mud, as well as plenty of warmth when moving about in 30°F weather. Overall I'd recommend these to anyone. Plenty of warmth when moving in a wet and cold environment. I would not recommend these for hunting if you are going to be stationary for more than 5 hours at a time. If this is the case, I'd recommend a pair of Irish Setter Elk Trackers, or like boots.
Happy with them
Happy with them. Can tell they are a little more economical than other chore boots (bogs) I've had, but for half the price, they work! They did have some sort of anti slip sticker on the sole, that was a little odd and left some black marks.
I haven't worn these very much yet, but they seem to be very well-made boots. I have moderately high arches, so I added an insert. They are comfortable now. The best thing is they cost about half of what the Bogs cost me 15 years ago.