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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-15-2010, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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LaCrosse boots?

I'm thinking about getting the Silencer HD 1000-gram boots. Has anyone worn or know about the quality of LaCrosse hunting boots?

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-15-2010, 08:57 PM
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Re: LaCrosse boots?

I had a pair for 5 years(Lacross Alpha Burlys).Best boots I've owned.Most boots only last me 2 years I do quite alot of tramping.

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Re: LaCrosse boots?

Not familiar with that exact boot,however I have had a pair of LaCrosse Iceman Pacs and never a warmer boot and really not to bulky for pacs, if they are half as good as the pair I have, then do not hesitate to buy them. They are still going strong.

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Re: LaCrosse boots?

I have a pair of the basic, uninsulated LaCrosse Grange. They see daily wear fall through winter. After six years and hundreds of small cuts from briars, they just started to leak.

I will buy another pair without hesitation.

Also have a pair of the Burly 800 gram. They are also six-years-old and have seen some tough use, they are still going strong.

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i got 2 pair. like them better then my mucks !
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Re: LaCrosse boots?

I use the Burly uninsulated with air bob sole Very happy with LaCrosse

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Re: LaCrosse boots?

I can't speak to the LaCrosse boots, but if you're looking also at the competition I'd suggest the Irish Setter Gunflint 1000's with the air bob sole. Mine fit great, and kept me warm and dry through a solid week of sub-zero weather and over a foot of snow this year - very impressed.

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Re: LaCrosse boots?

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Originally Posted by HIGH VELOCITY
I had a pair for 5 years(Lacross Alpha Burlys).Best boots I've owned.Most boots only last me 2 years I do quite alot of tramping.
Me Too. Alpha Burleys can not be beat.

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Re: LaCrosse boots?

I have a pair of the alpha lites and they have held up well. The only problem I have had is that my heel moves s around a bit and this some times caused a blister in steep terrain. I tried a pair of the Irish Setter ExoFlex boots and they do a better job for steep terrain.
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Re: LaCrosse boots?

I have had a pair of 800 gm. insulated Timbermasters(?) for about 5 years now. Fairly light and very warm. If I recall they were around $80 at the time. Very good boots and alot cheaper than some other brands.
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