Cheap boots. Don't waste your time and money. Chinese junk. I understand Herman Survivors are now built in China and owned by Wal-Mart. My own experience with them has been very poor. I purchased and wore them just six months and the sole of one of them came loose—literally fell off half way from front of boot to back. I tried gluing it, but with the sole flexing and the heat (working in desert conditions) the glue did not work. Someone told me the old company used to give you a life time… Full review
Do not waste your money. My boots didn't even last a year before the soles fell apart and now absorb water rather than repelling. I cannot even walk on anything wet without my feet getting wet. I have had the boots for about 8 months and wear them a couple times a week. Boots suck, not the Survivors of old. Walmart now owns the company and makes the boots in China. Mine did not last more than 8 months before becoming unwearable...within 2 months the soles were falling apart. Shame. Full review
Bought a pair of "Big Buck" Herman Survivors 5 years ago used them for four seasons of big game in Pa. probably 5-6 days per year with no complaints. Past season had heavy snow cover and both soles separated from the upper on the walk in to the stand. Nothing like a day on post with nothing between your feet and snow but socks. Would not recommend purchase of this brand at any cost. Boots are labeled made in China and were purchased at WAL-MART. Good looks and 20 days of use did not justify the… Full review
I bought a pair of these boots for my husband. Spent 70 dollars and they fell apart within a month. The steel toe came out along with all the insides of the boot. I am very dissatisfied and want my money back. There is no way to contact this company and I feel as if customer satisfaction is not a priority. Full review
I bought a pair of Herman steel toe work boots from Walmart. Pure junk. Save your money. Buy a better boot. These boots are only four months old. Walmart was very rude about trying to return the boots saying I had them longer. The threads on the seams dry rotted, torn, the boot dye came out after getting wet. Walmart usually returns and honors everything. Pretty sad they would not these boots!!! Save your money. Don't buy boots from Walmart. Herman boots are pure junk. 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.