The Viking for Men

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$260.00

Outdoorsmen with wider calves will appreciate the roominess of the Viking boot. The Viking is also great for men who need extra room for under-layers and thick socks. The expandable vent in the boot shaft accommodates up to 20-inches in circumference. This keeps the Viking looking neat, stylish and discreet while also allowing extra room for tucking in pant legs. Great for duck, deer, bird and turkey hunters, early season fishermen, dog trainers, horseback riders, and workmen. (Available in Womens Sizes, too.)


  • 85% natural rubber that won’t crack
  • Expandable top gusset is 100% waterproof
  • Accommodates up to 20″ calf circumference
  • 4mm neoprene lining in the upper for comfort and warmth
  • Stitched in 5mm neoprene footbed stays put when removing boots
  • Air-cushioned heel and forefoot add comfort
  • High-performance, non-slip sole with all-terrain grip
  • Natural rubber provides better grip in slippery conditions
  • Oil resistant
  • Adjustable top strap for the perfect fit
  • Dark green with brown trim
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3 reviews for The Viking for Men

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    James Payne

    These are the most comfortable rubber boots on the market.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bill Youngstrom

    Top quality product and excellent customer service

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rich H. (verified owner)

    I’ve had these boots for a month and taken them upland bird hunting 6 or 7 times, going at least 5 miles each time. Although I’ve hunted in temps over 70 degrees I’ve yet to find the need to take these off at midday due to the unexpected benefit of them being exceptional ‘briar boots’ compared to the normal upland boot I’ve historically worn. I’ve not had them in truly frigid conditions yet, but they’ve handled wet 25 degree weather with ease.

    As far as comfort goes, they’re easily as good as my prior upland boots, which all lost their water resistance after 1.5 to 2 years (and became decidedly uncomfortable after that). They’re a little heavier, but not enough that I’ve longed for lighter weight. The Vibram sole is really good.

    FYI my typical terrain is not flat but hilly and rocky with plenty of sandplum, blackberry, sharp rocks and tall grasses. The boots are a little scuffed, but I anticipate they’ll hold up better than my other leather moc-toe style boots, all of which I’ve worn the stitching out on the top of the toe after about a year to year-and-half. Lastly, I thought I’d punctured or torn them several weeks ago when I slid down a rock with a really sharp edge. I was pleasantly surprised to find only a scuff mark instead of an abrasion or puncture.

    My only gripes so far are (i) I wish they came in half sizes – I’m a Nike running shoe size 12 and these in a 12 run a little bigger than that; an 11 would be too small, but an 11.5 would’ve been perfect for me, (ii) and the gusset closures sometimes open up when I’m in really rough terrain, so I wish the closure faced rearward instead of forward.

    Long story short – yes I most certainly recommend this boot.

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