Muck Boots Introduces First Rubber Boot for ATV Riders
“For the approximate 5.5 million ATV riders and snowmobile owners in the US and Canada, the Terrain provides the footwear...
“For the approximate 5.5 million ATV riders and snowmobile owners in the US and Canada, the Terrain provides the footwear comfort and quality needed to enjoy any outdoor adventure,” said Director of Footwear Sean O’Brien.
The boot is cradled in a micro fleece liner that absorbs moisture, keeping the rider warm and dry from temperatures ranging from sub-freezing to 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
Additionally, the durable and exceptionally lightweight rubber outsole is supportive, yet flexible enough for a rider to easily control the pedals of an ATV and keep their foot firmly in-place on metal grate surfaces. Protective rubber overlays and a reinforced ankle area contribute to the supportive design and overall comfort of the boot. The boot’s tall upper portion is finished with a “dirt skirt” that keeps mud and debris out.
Like all Muck boots, the Terrain features a premium breathable Airmesh lining that wicks away moisture for all-day dry comfort. The CR foam bootie cushions the 100 percent waterproof boot. CR foam is the highest quality material available that ensures waterproofness and comfort. All Muck boots are vulcanized, so that the rubber overlays form a durable protective outer shell.
I’ve worn a few different styles of Muck boots over the seasons, and I can tell you they’re extremely comfortable. I can walk long distances through the woods, easily climb up to my treestand and they handle any type of terrain I come across. The Terrain boot should be no different in terms of comfort and quality. With the addition of protective rubber overlays, the Terrain should be high on the list of footwear for ATV riders who enjoy riding through the muck, across streams and navigating technical rocky trails.
The boot is available in New Mossy Oak Infinity ($254.95), and black and gray ($244.95). Sizes include men’s 7-15. The boot will be available in September of 2012.