MADE IN THE USA
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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There are surface conditions that are not suited for Mudders. We do not warranty top performance in all mud conditions. Please use caution when using Mudders in new areas.
Mudders are not a flotation device and will not perform in certain suspensions (i.e. quicksand, glacial silt or areas which are comprised of centuries of decayed vegetation). Snowshoes have the same challenge. Smaller snowshoes work well in packed snow. Large snowshoes are needed for light new fallen snow. In some “powder” snow conditions, snowshoes will not function well.
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Tried them for the first time today. Cumbersome to put on. Takes some getting used to for walking. Didn’t keep me from sinking into the mud as much as I hoped. Was still quite difficult to walk.
Haven’t used them yet
A friend has a set and they seem to work well. I haven't had a chance to use them yet as our duck season just opened. The only thing I see where there might be a problem is not all the rivets are completely tight.
Bought these for hunting North Dakota sloughs.
Work as advertised. Was able to hunt places we otherwise wouldn't have been able too do to it being knee deep mud. A little clumsy to walk in at first, but once you get used to them it's pretty easy to walk around.
Had one that split at the seam and needed repaired is the reason for 4 stars but highly recommend.
The mudders worked Eagle Lake in northrn California is drying up. The mud is something else. I was able to get pretty far out and my husband as able to put in a trail camera on the mud.