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I am in desperate need of getting some new boots for this season and I know I want to get some rubber knee-length boots for somewhere around $100 what are your thoughts?
 

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I am in desperate need of getting some new boots for this season and I know I want to get some rubber knee-length boots for somewhere around $100 what are your thoughts?
Looks at irish setters, and lacrosse

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Ive always had lacrosse rubber boots and they have always help up good. Its been a few years since i bought. The one i have now but i dont remember them being over $100.

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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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I have been wearing the Cabelas comfort tracs for years. After 6 years, I finally had to replace them. You bet, I bought the same boots again.
 

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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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Yep, Muck boots. they're light, comfortable and waterproof.
 

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This is one area I seem to skimp in.I wear cheap uninsulated 25$ a pair ones from walmart...:(...Mid to late season I used other non rubber boots
 

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Big fan of muck boots, have had the same pair going strong for 5 years
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.

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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.......:whistle:

Something about the right boot for the right conditions.;)
 

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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.......:whistle:

Something about the right boot for the right conditions.;)
We're going to start calling you Imelda :yikes:
 

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I have some knock off mucks... Nuff said. Go with the
Real deal edub


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We're going to start calling you Imelda :yikes:
I knew someone would take the bait-:D

I was in the garage and lined them all up last week- realized I lost my mind and went off the deep end at some point-but in the end, they actually do come in handy for various situations. :dizzy:
 
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