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#3524391 - 12/31/13 03:51 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: duckriver]
infoman jr.
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 Originally Posted By: duckriver
 Originally Posted By: blueridge
 Originally Posted By: slagtown_dfa
 Originally Posted By: Pic IN the Casa
Mucks.

X2




X3


X4, fold them down when walking to let air circulate because if you sweat much in them they will stink

I wore my Muck XPress cool boots from the beginning of September til the middle of December. Good stuff.
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#3524395 - 12/31/13 03:56 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: infoman jr.]
duckriver
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Is that the new one that's suppose to be for warm weather?
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#3536526 - 01/07/14 10:18 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: duckriver]
southernhunter
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I broke down and orderd another pair of lacrosse side zip boots, really wanted to try a pair of mucks but their just way too small for my calfs with pants tucked in , if this pair last like my others I'll be happy

Edited by southernhunter (01/07/14 10:20 PM)

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#3661928 - 05/03/14 07:40 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: southernhunter]
Great White Stalker
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I love my burly 800 grams. About time for some new ones after 8 years though. I've been considering the mucks but I just can't bring myself to leave Lacrosse.
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#3684749 - 06/05/14 10:28 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: Pic IN the Casa]
W.Seay
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 Originally Posted By: Pic IN the Casa
Mucks.


Yep
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#3696023 - 06/22/14 05:56 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: W.Seay]
TN Whitetail Freak
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I have yet to find a boot that will last past 1 full hunting season....i need waterproof and every boot ive owned failed
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#3696024 - 06/22/14 06:01 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
TN Whitetail Freak
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I have my decision of alpha burly pro 18" or mucks
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#3718741 - 07/26/14 10:44 AM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: duckriver]
pick-a-spot
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Having to find wide sizes makes it hard to find a good rubber boot.
Until yesterday. Tried on a pair of Irish Setter "Rutmaster" boots and they fit great.
Going to give them some scouting exercise to test them before season. Hope they hold up.
Have purchased the Danner "Pronghorn" (also in wide) and found them to be excellent hunting boots. No issues with leaking.
Do prefer rubber in early season to keep scent down while scouting.
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#3724849 - 08/03/14 09:25 PM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: duckriver]
MObowman
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I use mostly my lacrosse mudlite snake boots but when it gets cold then I have a pair if redhead ultra hunter side zip gortex boots that are light as heck and warm
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#3729517 - 08/09/14 03:22 AM Re: Hunting boots ? [Re: duckriver]
dsa5455
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Muck boots! They are durable, comfortable and when they begin to stink from sweat I fill a clean trash can full of water and scent killer soap and immerse them along with other bulky items such as my safety harness. I then hang them upside down to drain. After a couple of hours I put a small fan in front of them for some air circulation. Once dry they smell like new. I will do this several times during the season. As for pulling them off I use diabetes socks that I buy at Dollar General. Don't know why it makes them come off so easy but they will slide off your feet even if the boots are completely soaked with sweat. I know this an older post but I have not been on in a while.
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