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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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I am wanting to purchase some new hunting boots. I'm looking for some heavy duty ones that will keep you warm in the winter here in pennsylvania but i also want the boots to not burn my feet up in the warm months of the fall archery season. Any ideas? looking for some good boots that fit description

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Re: heavy duty boots

you cant obtain both, thats impossible. i have 3 pairs

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Re: heavy duty boots

cant have both I also have 3 pair

Cabelas 400 gram rubber boots
Rocky bear claws 1000 grams
Cabelas some kind of uninsulated boots

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Re: heavy duty boots

For early season warmer weather down to the 30's with a good pair of socks on I go with a pair of Vasque Gore Tex boots. They go for about $60 at Campmor and are worth $300. I bought four pair at once after my first pair-you will be amazed.

As previously stated, you can't have one boot for all. I've owned just about every pair you could buy-those heavy insulation boots are great-until you walk in the woods more than 15 minutes and your feet sweat. Then sit all day and they will freeze. You have to change socks once you get to your stand to stay warm all day (in cold weather) Or what I do is wear light weight boots and socks to the stand and change into heavy socks and boots once I'm there. Its a pain, but you will not freeze all day.

(By the way I lived in Iceland and Norway for a year along with extended time in the arctic, alps, jungle, desert)

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Re: heavy duty boots

I like my Rocky 1000gram Bear Claws for the warmth and comfort. However, I've had some major problems in the snow with traction. The soles on them don't seem to grip as well as other Rocky's I've had in the past.
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Re: heavy duty boots

Lacrosse Alpha Burly series you can get them uninsulated clear through 1200 grams (maybe higher) now. Warm, scent free, decent tread, comfortable, and hugs your ankle nicely.

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