Dan's Hunting Gear - Frogger - Hunting Boots

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The Frogger Boot was designed specifically for Dan’s Hunting Gear. They were designed to provide extra comfort and durability for the extreme conditions encountered in the wild country.

The rubber overlay on this boot is thicker than most, rubber overlays were added in high puncture areas for superior protection.

They are made from a chemical resistant rubber for added protection and easy cleaning.


  • 16'' boot is 100% waterproof
  • Gel-Comfort insole with anti-microbial barrier
  • Xtreme Traction Sole is very aggressive in mud, rocks and snow
  • Comfort Range: -20 to 70°
  • Steel shank in outsole

This Dan’s Hunting Gear clothing is handsewn by Amish craftsmen in the U.S.A. Dan’s Hunting Gear has been outfitting severe use hunters and outdoors people for over 25 years.

Please contact Windwalker Outdoors by phone at 330-473-3394 or by email Briarproof4@gmail.com if I can be of assistance in any way.


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Dan’s Hunting Gear, LLC, does warrant their products against any defects and workmanship flaws. The product has to be sent back to Dan’s for inspection. However, Dan’s Hunting Gear, LLC, will not warranty product that has been abused, or has more than normal wear and tear. On defective product, Dan’s Hunting Gear, LLC, will either replace or repair the gear.

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  • 5
    Favorite Hunting (Wet areas) Boots

    Posted by Forrest Campbell on Sep 17th 2021

    I have a pair of Dan’s Frogger boots that I purchased two years ago that have the leg wader/chaps attached. I bought them for hog hunting in the swamps of northern Mississippi. The boot part (and chaps) have held up extremely well to some hard hog hunting day and night and also with dogs. I love those boots and I was in need of a regular water boots minus the chaps. I ordered these boots and the fit and feel is the same as my first pair with the chaps. I will say they run slightly large, but that is not an issue as I just buy a .5 size smaller. I wear an 11.5 typically so I wear an 11 in the Dan’s and still have room for thick warm socks. These boots are also better constructed and more comfortable than Mucks and to me they are much warmer than mucks when stationary. The are well worth the money in my opinion!