I've been using LaCrosse Grange boots for probably 8 years now. I wear them so much (not just during hunting season) that I'm on my 4th pair now. This is a great boot. The ankle-fit is very comfortable, no flopping around on your foot like some rubber boots. The top of the boot is adjustable with a strap.
This boot is practically all I wear whitetail deer hunting until it starts to get cold. I worry less about where I'm walking in the woods when I'm wearing rubber boots because they don't pick up and hold scent like leather does. There are also a lot of creeks, ponds and erstwhile puddles where I hunt in east Texas, and it's very nice to be able to just step through those instead of having to find a way around or make a real long jump. My boots come up to just a few inches under my knees.
Most people wear them just deer hunting, but I've found them comfortable and supportive enough that I've actually worn them on a few elk hunts as well and had no problem climbing mountains with them.
If you wear them much when not hunting and beat the pavement a lot, the bottom will eventually wear out. If you just wear them in the woods, though, they'll last you a very long time.
This is a great product and I recommend it highly. A camo version of this boot is also made.
Good quality, cheap price rubber boot, ankle-fitted, comfortable