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State of the Muck

Lucy on the porch with Muck Boots


My Muck Chore boots are just over a year old.

They're holding up nicely with zero damage and a high comfort rating.

I wouldn't be surprised if they last over 5 years at this rate!



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I love mine and wear them every single day for chores. However, the last 3 pairs have developed cracks (leaks) at the 2 year mark. But still, not a bad track record for the usage.
Comment by Julie Whitmore Wed Jan 16 17:53:44 2013
Looks like Lucy is starting to show her age a little bit in the face. How old is Lucy now?
Comment by zimmy Thu Jan 17 17:11:56 2013
Zimmy --- Lucy is about eight, which is the average life span of a dog of her breed (Chesapeake Bay retriever). She is a little stiffer this winter than previously, and less inclined to jump into cold water, but can still outrun me easily. I'm hoping clean living will give her many more years!!
Comment by anna Fri Jan 18 18:25:17 2013

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime