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Excellent Rain/Muck Boots Under $20 -- Honeywell Servus PVC Boots

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Honeywell Servus PVC Boots (Models 18821 and 18822)

Rating: 9.5 out of 10 Acorns

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I bought a pair 3 months ago and absolutely love them. I was especially happy to find them since I wear a women's size 12 which really limits my options, and I didn't want to spend $50 on rain boots that will crack within one season of gardening/digging etc... These were the perfect option at a great price.  They are also comfortable.

  • Completely Waterproof -- Made from seamless injection molded PVC
  • Tough and long lasting, designed for commercial and industrial use (could easily last many years depending on your use)
  • Available in Soft or Steel Toe
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • Non-Slip textured soles
  • Unisex sizing -- Men's sizes 3 to 15, Women's sizes 5 to 17
  • Color: Black
  • Removable insole so the boots can be washed out inside
  • Kick tabs on back to easily remove the boots without handling them
  • Over 1600 Reviews on Amazon -- Rated 4.5 stars
  • Price:  $15 to $20 online from Amazon, Ebay, etc...

  • Search by part number since Honeywell makes a lot of similar boots:
    Honeywell Servus Steel Toe 18821
    Honeywell Servus Soft Toe 18822

  • Removable insole is okay but thin, folks may want to buy a padded insole
  • Not available with a steel reinforced sole (for digging) but the sole is fairly stiff
  • The steel toe version is rather heavy so if you don't need that level of protection the soft toe is probably the better choice

  • Note on sizes: The boots are unisex so if women don't see their size listed just buy the men's boot 2 sizes smaller (both women's and men's sizes will be stamped on the bottom). Men with wide feet may want to go a size up, these are a bit narrow than standard men's boots since they are unisex. There are a lot of vendors offering these so if one vendor does not carry your size just google the part number and exact size and you will find another vendor that does carry it. Also not all boots have the gold Servus logo, they are still the same boot.

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