These Muck Boots were just the ticket for the wet swampy soil and muskkeg that I ran into in Alberta on a recent black bear hunt. The best thing is that they are equally at home in the woods or on stand. This boot has a full rubber bottom/sole and a neoprene top that provides a extremely comfortable fit. The ratings on these boots state from -20 degrees F to 60 degrees F. I can tell you they get pretty warm at any temp over 50 degrees F. One of the best features of these boots is they are comfortable enough to walk to stand in and still warm enough to sit on stand with. I wouldn't hesitate to wear these boots in any wet, muddy or cold conditions. One of the features I really liked is the neoprene upper was so comfortable and allows you the ability to roll them down to your ankle for easy on and off. The inside material on these boots is a breathable lightweight airmesh material that dries very quickly. I knew my choice in boots was a solid one when on a recent trip the owner of Wizard Lake outfitting was wearing the exact same model as the one I bought. I believe these boots offer a higher comfort level similar to a regular boot, while still providing a the waterproof abilities and scent benefits of a traditional rubber boot. If you are looking for a boot with a little more warmth, Muck Boot has an Arctic Sport boot that has a rating of -40 degrees F to 40 degrees F.