Rubber Boots - Which to Get

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  1. PreacherMan76

    PreacherMan76 Weekend Warrior

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    I have wore muck boots for a few years now. This year i bought a pair of xtra tuff rubber boots. Its the ones they wear on deadliest catch and Alaska the last frontier. They are very comfortable and we will find out how warm they are.

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  2. buckhunter217

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    Lacrosse boots for me. I have 4 pairs uninsulated up to 1600 gram. I've found the arrowhead 3.5 are a good all around boot for me.
     
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    Same as Ranbo, Rut Master 2.0 . Great boot. Comfortable for the first two months of the season until......the Rut. But seriously, a great boot.
     
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    I have two pairs of plain rubber boots from Tractor supply. I have a pair that fit right with thin pair of socks and then I have a pair that are a size larger that I can where thicker socks (also there is room for warmers). But I do not do a ton of walking in them, usually no more that 400-800 yards to the stand.. This year with all the rain we have had in NJ I might need to use hip waders to hunt.
     
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    LaCross Alpha Burly Pro with sidezip. On my second pair in 15 years. Easy on/off and warm in the stand. They don’t slop on my feet when I’m walking. Haven’t found a better pair of rubber boots.
     
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    Muck for me.
     
  7. RutandStrut

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    Irish setter rut master 2.0 for me also. They have great ankle support and are comfortable to walk in. I have no issues staying warm on stand during the later NC winter
     
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    I've got Alpha Burly's and Aerohead Sports right now. I prefer the Alpha Burly's, they just have more support and weigh about the same.
     
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    I'm on my second pair of Cabelas comfort trax in ten years. I believe they are 1200 grams of insulation and pretty comfortable. They are very durable and keep my feet very warm.

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    I have had a pair of cabelas comfort tracks that have served me well for 10 years or so.
     
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    I got a pair of itasca swampwalkers I believe they are called for 50 bucks. 1200 gram insulate in the actual foot portion only. So far so good. (Except for the fact I stepped on an old trail marking tack on state land and puncture the sole cause water logging in the outsole) besides the annoying squishy noise of trapped water they still have kept my feet dry lol


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    Muck boots are by far the best in my opinion

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