Yep, Muck boots. they're light, comfortable and waterproof.Get muck boots.. they are the cadillac of boots.. one thing I've learned about boots is you get what you pay for.. mine were at gander mtn on sale for $100
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me too(alpha lites)...good bootsLacrosse has a few options-
I have the Alpha Burly line and they have held up well.
Ive never kept a pair for more than a year and a half. I do ALOT of.huntin. I wear them **** huntin wich puts the most miles in em. They always tend to crack where the tread comes up to the side.Big fan of muck boots, have had the same pair going strong for 5 years
We're going to start calling you Imelda :yikes:Hate to admit it....but the Alpha Burly's I have and mentioned above- I really have 2 pairs. Not only that- I may have about 10-12 different styles of Danner, Timberland, Rocky, Lacrosse.......
Something about the right boot for the right conditions.
I knew someone would take the bait-We're going to start calling you Imelda :yikes: