So, we say goodbye to April now May is upon us, and summer is not far off. This often heralds the first opportunity for all those outdoor jobs the winter months made impossible or at least undesirable.
Like autumn, spring is sometimes referred to as a “shoulder season”. Unlike autumn, which can bask in the last of the summer sun and heat, spring can hold onto the damp and cold of Winter.
Even as the days slowly grow longer and the sun’s weak rays encourage green shoots, much of the ground is still sodden from winter rain and meltwater.
This places particular demands on your footwear, and as a provider of premium outdoor footwear solutions, Muck Boots is delighted to introduce the “MUDDER”.
As the name suggests, the Mudder welcomes the slush, mud, and floods that can come from unpredictable weather.
Completely redesigned from the ground up, the Mudder benefits from an outsole constructed with a durable rubber compound, carefully designed tread spacing and lug side profiles that are designed to shed mud and clay.
Created with active pursuits in mind, the Mudder is manufactured with full rubber upper, and the shaft is uninsulated to help maintain a healthy environment for the foot and lower leg as the weather warms.
This super flexible, lightweight, durable boot is semi-fitted to “lock” the ankle in place – improving fit integrity and reducing the chances of the mud sucking the boot off the foot.
The full rubber construction does not mean a sacrifice in comfort as we continue to utilize our dual density insole, featuring a moulded PU base for support and cushioning with a memory foam top layer for plush comfort. The insole also features a bioDEWIX™ dry footbed Insert top cover with NZYM™ for Odour Control and Moisture Management.
So, whether back in the garden, enjoying a spring walk with the dog, digging ditches or the foundations of a house, the Mudder has the comfort, practicality, and versatility to fit your needs.
Because we understand we live in a world where there are a lot more than just four seasons the Mudder is one answer to the quote by Alfred Wainwright (excuse the paraphrasing)
“There's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable footwear.”