Dryshod has introduced two models of its Overland series boot in men's sizes. Intended as a "backdoor-go-to" for any hunter or outdoorsman, the Overland comes in Overland-Hi (over the calf) or Overland-Mid (mid-calf) models. Both are distinguished by their DS1 high-traction rubber-molded outsoles, with aggressive tread blocks and natural rubber construction for grip on mushy terrain. Additional features include an EVA midsole that helps block the cold, a removable molded EVA sock liner and a nylon shank for stability.
As with all Dryshod waterproof boots, the Overland Hi and Overland Mid are 100-percent waterproof, top to bottom. Each boot is built around a 5 mm Densoprene insulated foam bootie, triple stitched and treated with Hydrokote to repel surface water. To further keep feet dry and comfortable, Dryshod boots include a four-way stretch breathable air-mesh lining. This lining construction utilizes structured top and bottom layers separated by thousands of vertical fibers, to provide continual air circulation when walking, allowing feet to breathe and minimizing moisture buildup. Finally, a roll-down calf pipe; hand-laid natural rubber overlays; double-reinforced toe and triple-reinforced heel areas; reinforced tuck boards for added stability; back pull tabs; a generous kick heel for easy boot removal; and a comfortable profile sized to athletic-shoe standards round out this rainy-day rubber. For more information, please visit dryshodUSA.com. MSRP: $154.95-$159.95