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for those of you who wear rubber boots hunting, which brand would you recommend? i have heard about lacrosse, field and stream,

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  • for those of you who wear rubber boots hunting, which brand would you recommend? i have heard about lacrosse, field and stream,

    for those of you who wear rubber boots hunting, which brand would you recommend? i have heard about lacrosse, field and stream,and also muck boots. which do you think has the best quality?

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    I Love my Muck Artic Sport boots. comfy not heavy, warm and water proof to the knees for me as I am short and have the longer style! Standing on post and hiking all day with no problems. no sore legs or back either... I am from northern Minnesota and hunting weather has been wet and cold and windy this year. My feet have been warm and dry

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    • #3
      Most would agree that your boots are a critical element of hunting and deserve extra consideration when buying. That being said, price is also a major factor for me. Think about what you will be doing and how you will be hunting, you might need a couple of different boots. I currently use three pairs. Since I start hunting in September, I have a pair of uninsulated no-name 16" rubber boots that I got out of bin at Cabela's for $10. I would not want to walk miles in them, but they are fine for general warm weather hunting. For this season I bought a pair of Cabela's brand 400 gram 18" rubber boots. Way cheaper than the name brands you mentioned, and I waited till they were on discount sale. I like them and they feel great on cooler days, they are good for walking but they hold a lot of mud in the soles. I also have a heavy pair of boots (rubber soles/leather uppers) with the insulated booty for the really cold days, good for still/stand hunting.

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      • #4
        I have a pair of the Lacrosse Alpha Burley 1500 gram Thinsulate boots. I don't use them much here in WV. I bought them when I hunted in Alabama because where I hunted there it was terrible muddy. I didn't have to walk far to get to a ladder stand or shoot house. If you are going to do at of walking they are not for you but if you want a good warm boot then they are great. When we have a deep snow then I wear them some here in the mountains because I don't have very far to get to my stand.

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        • #5
          I have Sorel rubber bottom, leather uppers. Inside felt and fur liner. Very warm. I also like my Rocky but nobody here likes that brand.
          My others are Browning upland for mild weather and Browning lows that I wear around camp and small game early season. My all rubber boots and waders gave out and I have not replaced them - yet.

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          • #6
            I haVE lacrosse and they are amazing not sure what kind but im sure most are good plus ive heard great things about them from many people.

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