Blundstone BL558

Priced: $165.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 21 reviews.
Blundstone BL558
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Color: Black
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Blundstone BL558 - If you thought it was impossible to improve on perfection, think again.
Premium leather upper.
Full-length Cambrelle™ comfort footbed wicks away moisture.
Glove soft leather lining.
EVA/Poron removable footbed.
Sturdy front and back pull-on tabs.
Elastic gore retains its shape.
Twin-needle reinforced stitching with a high tensile strength thread.
Heat-formed heel for a better fit.
Shock Protection System (SPS) disperses shock at the heel strike and reduces skeletal stress on the feet, knees, and vertebrae.
Injection molded soles for seamless fusion to the upper.
Dual-density thermopolyurethane outsoles are weatherproof, lightweight, durable, and provide superior traction.
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Weight:1 lb 4 oz
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Blundstone BL558 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Don't let the space age sole material throw you - these boots last. Also, I don't know why people are saying these feel true to width. I've found the AU10.5 boot (half sizes are wides in AU measurements, I've been told) fit my feet almost as nicely as my old standby Timberland Chelsea boots. I stopped wearing Timberlands since they moved production to India - the soles went from being indestructible to getting ripped off the bottoms of my boots in 3 months. If you've got big, wide feet, like I do, these boots (with the help of a little leather stretcher compound) fit pretty well.
Trevor B - customer at on 03/16/2012
These are my second pair of Blunnies. My first pair lasted 10 years. I imagine these will last that long, too. They're extremely comfortable. They're waterproof. Well made. The leather lining is a nice bonus that my old ones didn't have. It's not fully lined in leather; the front half of the boot is lined with some sort of microfiber wicking material. That's not a complaint. I imagine Blundstone figured this way is better than a full leather lining. Note that the 1/2 sizes really aren't half sizes. They're the wide version of the whole size. So a 10.5 is really a 10 Wide.
Anonymous - customer at on 01/31/2011
I ordered these recently and received the wrong size and the return was practically effortless. They are true to size (a 5.5 is a women's 8). If you want to wear them with a thicker sock, however, you may want to order a half size up. It did take me a couple of days to break them in, but I love 'em.
Anonymous - customer at on 12/22/2011
This a quality made shoe. The fit was perfect and I am sure this is a shoe I will have for many years.
Anonymous - customer at on 12/22/2011

Negative Reviews:

My last pair of Blundstones were great boots, well made, and very, very long lasting. My most recent pair has not lasted one year. The leather cracked and ripped and the soles have ripped off at the toes. I work on a farm and use boots hard, so if you are buying them for a good looking pair of boots, go for it, but if you are looking for long wearing value (what Blundstones used to offer) look elsewhere. At some point production of these switched to China from Australia, the quality suffered, and the price rose. Bummer.
Anonymous - customer at on 10/25/2011
Wow, what happened to Blunstone? I had my first pair for seven years and loved them, wore them to the bone. I was excited to get another pair and was shocked how poor the construction was, one shoe was cut completely differently then the other. I had to look to see if I got the correct size in both shoes. I am very disappointed in the product I once loved. I will not order them again. I am very sad because they were great shoes.
Madelin A - customer at on 12/05/2010