Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by BigPhil_H, Aug 16, 2015.
Rocky Arktos 12" 1400 gram for cold weather, Muck Woody Max for warm weather.
Warm or cold I have been wearing BOGS Eagle Cap boots
I have a pair of UA Bozeman Speed Freaks and can't complain about them. So far they have been a great boot.
No complaints with my pronghorns.
I did see that some people were disappointed with the last few models of the Pronghorns on Amazon. However, I didn't see anything regarding that they moved to China for production. And that's a pretty good dang rating for that many reviews but a little out of my price range right now.
Irish setters are my favorite....last year i got a pair of wolverines that were on clearance and i really like them as well
I've got the UA HAW and so far they're my favorite rubber boot. They were noticeably more comfortable than the Lacrosse boots I tried on and on par with the Muck Fieldblazer II's
I wore the snot out of my cabelas comfort tracs. I finally just bought a new pair. They lasted me 10 years wearing them from october bow season through march snow goose season.
I have a pair of these un-insulated as well that i wear for everyday. They are the China ones but they have held up well considering
It's not cold in Cfl... I had Wolverines that fell apart in no time, replaced with Red Wings, and there holding up great, and are the most comfortable ones I ever owned. I do wear them almost everyday.
it really depends.. i live in Iowa and in my area we have many creeks and what not...and so i really like a nice tall rubber boot. but if i have a long walk to the stand and i don't have to cross anything i like to where my Irish setters!
I use AeroHead is much easier to get on and off, and it offers significant ankle and outsole support.
Lacrosse boots are the best period, and I've had excellant luck with them.....................
I have to throw in a wild card and mention Kamik boots. This year they changed them up a bit and have the neoprene uppers and rubber lower, much like Muck and Lacrosse. I got the Cold Creek and am loving them. I may sound like a salesman, but: they have an anti microbial treatment, are great to walk in(like really good), and are MADE IN THE USA. They do fit a little tight around the calves for me, but that's always been an issue for me. You owe it to yourself to check them out. :p
Same, or Danner High Country
I really like Danner boots. I have a pair 1200g pronghorns and 1000g broadhead boots.
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Cabelas Meindl lightweight.
Same here! Very Comfortable as well!
I wear palladium combat rubber boots. It's my favorite pair of shoes. Look good and have function too! They are made of leather but lightweight. I have owned them for 2 years and they are still holding up great! Excellent in just about all weather conditions and really comfy.
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