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Bogs Women's "Classic High" Boot

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Bogs Women's "Classic High" Boot

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Classic High Boot
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Ladies can have trouble finding outdoor footwear that are made for their feet, comfortable, and stylish... well, to boot! Bogs® Boots has several lines of waterproof women’s "Classic High" boots that will keep your feet warm and dry, and insulated versions are rated to -40°F!




  • Constructed with 7mm waterproof Neo-Tech™
  • Bogs Max-Wick moisture wicking technology
  • Non-slip and non-marking outsole
  • DuraFresh biotechnology activates to fight unwanted odors
  • Dual-density,contoured EVA insole
  • Easy pull-on handles



  • Height: 15”
  • Fit Width:    Fits True to Width
  • Gender:    Womens
  • Comfort rated from temperate to -40°F/-40°C




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(Updated: November 21, 2013)

They're comfortable, well made, sturdy, dry, and warm

A couple of months ago, the Outdoor Blogger Network had a gear review giveaway opportunity for one pair each of men's and women's Bogs® Boots. I threw my name in the hat and crossed my fingers for a win, since I had been shopping for a good, warm pair of boots to use in my winter kayak fishing trips.

Unfortunately, the RNG (random number generator) didn't smile down on me that day. FlyFishilicious author Jen K. was the lucky winner, but within thirty minutes of that announcement I was online, ordering a pair of Bogs® of my very own.

With many options to choose from, I opted for the “Women's Classic High Paisley”. For better or worse, I'm a child of the ‘60s and like a little color when I have a choice!

I put the boots to the test two days after they arrived, when we received a record-breaking three-plus inches of rain in less than forty-eight hours. I've always hated having damp socks - it's just a miserable feeling. That certainly wasn't an issue as I slogged back and forth to work in my new boots, but that's pretty much a given, isn't it? My real test for them came a couple of weeks later when I got to break away for a day and throw my kayak in the water to do some fishing.

It was 32 degrees when I started out that morning, but the temperature was going to get into the higher forties as the day progressed. I was heading to my favorite spot on the Elkhorn creek, so the put-in would have me wading in some shin-deep water. Last winter I got chilly feet more than once after making this launch. With the new boots, my feet stayed dry and warm. I was even able to turn sideways on my kayak (a most comfortable way to sit) with my feet dangling in the water. They're not kidding when they say they're good to go in sub-zero temperatures.

Overall, I have to give my Bogs® boots a solid rating of five stars! They're comfortable, well made, sturdy, dry, and warm.

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Waters Fished:
Small Creeks
2-6 times
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