Norcross Servus 18822-12 16″ Black Economy Knee Boot Size 12

September 19, 2018 - Comment

Anti skid sole and heel. FOOT FORM contour insole.Made in U.S.A.Men’s whole sizes 6-13. Here is U.S. built, injection-molded footwear available under the popular SERVUS label. Economy knee boot for rugged and dependable protection in a variety of outdoor work applications. Seamless molded construction. Ideal compound formulations for agricultural applications. Anti-skid soles. Reinforced construction at

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Anti skid sole and heel. FOOT FORM contour insole.Made in U.S.A.Men’s whole sizes 6-13. Here is U.S. built, injection-molded footwear available under the popular SERVUS label. Economy knee boot for rugged and dependable protection in a variety of outdoor work applications. Seamless molded construction. Ideal compound formulations for agricultural applications. Anti-skid soles. Reinforced construction at critical stress points. Made in U.S.A. – 100% waterproof.

Product Features

  • Anti skid sole and heel. Reinforced construction at critical stress points.
  • FOOT FORM contour insole.Made in U.S.A.Men’s whole sizes 6-13.
  • Here is U.S. built, injection-molded footwear. 100% waterproof.
  • Economy knee boot for rugged and dependable protection
  • Seamless molded construction.

Comments

BobZoom says:

Good boot and a good value I’m a size 11.5 in a good shoe, such as an Ecco, so even though some reviewers said the boots ran a little large I opted for a size 12. When I ordered my Muckboots a few years ago they were also a bit large in a size 12, so I wear two pair of socks with them. Other shoes I have, such as Nike sneakers are a size 12 and fit perfectly, and other shoes I wear are a size 13. It’s hit or miss with sizing.I’d have to wear four pair of socks with these boots. In hindsight a size 11 would likely have fit better. I needed the boots now to do some cleanup work in the swampy part of our property, so I’m just dealing with the size, and with one pair of socks. I’m not finding it that much of a problem. If I had to work in them all day every day I would have returned them for a different size.As others have mentioned, they have a really bad odor and should be left somewhere out of the house to outgas. I leave mine on a screened porch.I feel these boots are…

mattgb1 says:

Size 12 Boot fits an 11E shoes size Excellent protection from rain and snow. The fit seems okay, which is saying a lot because my shoe size is 11E (Wide!) so this boot in a size 12 has worked out well. As for protection from the cold, I haven’t tested it out in sub-zero temperatures yet, but I’m not expecting any miracles. In my experience, when wearing rubber boots I still need very warm socks, which isn’t a problem.The only reason I’m less than thrilled with this pair is because it’s not as easy to slide my feet into while standing like I used to do with the pair of traditional Canada rubber boots that I wore for decades before this. That’s because the sides close in at the top when I’m not wearing them. If they would stay open like my old Canada’s, they’d be easier to work with.The other drawback to having the sides tend to move together is that the top edge chafes against my shin as a result.

mark says:

Great sturdy well made boots. I bought these because I was fed sneakers and shoes whilst gardening. The boots are exceptionally well made and very sturdy. I’m a size 13 normally and these boots fitted perfectly with just a little on the loose side to accommodate a pair of thick/long socks (there is no additional insulation inside these boots so thermal socks would be requirement for the winter months). There was a slight rubber smell when I first opened the packaging but that dissipated quickly. Made in the USA too – that was a nice surprise!

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