What are the Muck Women’s Greta Max Work Boots like?
These sturdy boots are made from thick rubber with a 5mm stretchy neoprene top and lining that helps keeps them snug to your calves. They’re waterproof and tough with reinforced toes for extra protection. A thermal foam layer keeps feet warm and they have moulded thick grip soles. They’re available in navy and purple and come in sizes 3-9.
Are the Muck Women’s Greta Max Work Boots comfortable?
Easy to pull on and off, these boots have a handy pull tab at the top and a slight kick spur near the heel for extra help if you need it. They’re true to size and fit well and despite their rugged looks and tough exterior are comfortable and light to wear. The soles feel very cushioned and supportive giving a comfy bounce as you walk, while the thick grips keep your feet on the ground no matter what the terrain. You can wear these boots for ages. Ending just below the knee these will keep your feet and calves warm and dry.
Will the Muck Women’s Greta Max Work Boots last?
With thick rubber and strong soles these tough boots are built to last and the soles stand up to demanding jobs like digging well.
Are the Muck Women’s Greta Max Work Boots good value for money?
Towards the top of the price range in our test, these are expensive boots but they’re comfortable, well made and sturdy. They’re strong and durable, come with a year’s warranty and we think they’re excellent value for money.
What are the Muck Women’s Greta Max Work Boots best for?
These are great, hard wearing boots, ideal for anyone with lots of digging to do or who needs to wear boots all day. They’re quite big boots and feel and look chunky so you may prefer to wear something else for walking or going out and about on wet days but for grafting in the garden they’re ideal.
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