User Review: Herman Men's Survivor
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $125
Based on airborne military experience with jump boots, bought Hermans in 2006; have logged about 25 miles on 'em on concrete floors and occasionally in the woods. These "boots" are 100% pure junk. The soles disintegrated in addition to coming unglued.
The English language does not have a sufficient number of expressions of disgust with which to address this level of abysmal quality to adequately warn anyone even remotely thinking about buying Herman's. Ghastly, dreadful... Shr Leung
- Now, the biggest "con" is using the name of a previously respected product.
Sold under the former respected name of Hermans, this pair of boots exhibited miserable quality in terms of quality components and craftsmanship.
- The soles: a rubber-like substance disintegrated into little pieces of flexible particles...like a dried sponge that falls apart.
- Sewing: an undersized, low-strength thread that fell apart at the stress points.
- "Bumps" formed under the foot-pad inside = extremely uncomfortable and not fixable.