JIM-GEM - Forestry Suppliers

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Mudder Boots

Mudder Boots

Move effortlessly across mud, sand, or snow without sinking or sticking

Item #: 93705
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Mudder Boots

Constructed of chemical-resistant, non-stick plastic. Utilize expandable wings to provide 180 square inches of support when crossing soft terrain. Worn over boots or waders, the wings expand as you step onto soft surfaces to increase boot area by four times and then retract to 8" when you lift your foot. Webbing on the underside of the wings forms a sealed chamber to trap air and eliminate "suction" common with other footwear. Quick cinch-and-release boot straps. Sold by the pair. One size fits all.

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Quick Specs

UNSPSC 46181500
Made In United States

Quick Specs

UNSPSC: 46181500
Made In: United States

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I bought a pair last year after a right at my limit ordeal getting a doe to dry land after she died on a brushy hummock in swamp at the edge of a small lake. It took an hour and everything I had to move her 20 yds. I wasn't sure if I'd ever use them, but I shot a big tom turkey with a crossbow from the same stand last week, and it also flopped into the swamp. The Mudders were invaluable for getting to and finding him.


Needed to cross some saltwater marshes and sloughs. These made it happen. They perform better on horizontal surfaces - its a little tricky getting up and down angled slough banks as the air compression doesn't quite get locked in. My only wish was that they would make a smaller size. The men, in their size 11 boots had no trouble keeping them on. My size 6 boot tended to slip up and out the back, even with straps at max closure. Still, a great product! Highly Recommend!!!


I bought a pair of these a couple years ago before Forestry Suppliers carried them. While they help they are not failsafe. After about 5 minutes of my 1st excursion; I sank past my knees. Bottom line, you have to "test" the marsh, before putting your full weight on any given area.