Your favorite hunting boot?

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by BigPhil_H, Aug 16, 2015.

  1. ZXTMike

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    Rocky Arktos 12" 1400 gram for cold weather, Muck Woody Max for warm weather.
     
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    Warm or cold I have been wearing BOGS Eagle Cap boots
     
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    I have a pair of UA Bozeman Speed Freaks and can't complain about them. So far they have been a great boot.
     
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    No complaints with my pronghorns.
     
  5. BigPhil_H

    BigPhil_H Die Hard Bowhunter

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    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.
     
  6. Buckaholic84

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    Irish setters are my favorite....last year i got a pair of wolverines that were on clearance and i really like them as well
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    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!
     
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    I use AeroHead is much easier to get on and off, and it offers significant ankle and outsole support.
     
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    Lacrosse boots are the best period, and I've had excellant luck with them.....................
     
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    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
     
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    Same, or Danner High Country
     
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    I really like Danner boots. I have a pair 1200g pronghorns and 1000g broadhead boots.

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    Cabelas Meindl lightweight.
     
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    Same here! Very Comfortable as well!
     
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    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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