For the price, Big Timber boots are very hard to beat. I have been buying Big Timber boots from Wal-Mart for many years. I am a self employed mechanic by trade, do a lot of carpentry / construction work from time to time, and have my own commercial snowplow business as well. I buy them 3 or 4 pairs at a time in the fall, then I phase each pair into wearing over the 4 to 6 months after purchase. I keep the old pairs behind the seat in my truck in case the pair I am wearing gets wet, also a pair at… Full review
Bought boots at Wal-mart. Started leaking after wearing a short while. Will most certainly tell all my friends to not buy Herman Survivors products. Not worth the money at all so don't waste your money. Full review
I also bought these boots, and wear them almost every day. I work with a lot of firewood and am very hard on boots. Besides my Under Armour boots, these are one of the best pairs I have had in a while. Full review
I have owned two pair of Herman Survivor boots and with BOTH of them the glued on soles came loose from the uppers in a short time — less than 6 months. I will NEVER EVER BUY this brand again. Spend your money on something else. These look good, but are CHEAPLY made. Factory must not have any standards! Full review
I purchased my Hermans in 1977, and have worn them since! They are the best hiking and water walking boot I have ever had. I keep them cleaned and waterproof and they will probably outlast me! I walk thru creeks and deep puddles in desert and in muddy lagoons! Full review
As of November 2000, Herman Survivors footwear (formerly Herman Survivors, Inc.) is under exclusive control of Wal-Mart. Herman Survivors boots sales and customer service are available only from Wal-Mart. Please contact Wal-Mart for all customer service (see contact info on this page).
Herman Survivor boots sold by Wal-Mart are not the same boots as the original Herman Survivors.