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LaCrosse Burly Question??

I have a pair of LaCrosse Burly 800's. Nice boot but Man ..they seem harder to get off each time i wear them. Almost takes 2 people!! It got that bad..just ordered a pair of Muck Woody Max.


Any suggestions/tips on the lacrosse boots??

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What size are they? I will wear them! They are my favorite, Ive been on the same pair for the last 4years. They are awesome.

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[quote=Loggy]I have a pair of LaCrosse Burly 800's. Nice boot but Man ..they seem harder to get off each time i wear them. Almost takes 2 people!! It got that bad..just ordered a pair of Muck Woody Max.


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Re: LaCrosse Burly Question??

I had Woody Max Muck Boots before my Lacrosse Alpha Burly 1500's. I really liked the Woody Max's BUT the neoprene gets ripped to shreds from going thru the nasty stuff.
So far I love my Lacrosse's(These are my first pair).
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Re: LaCrosse Burly Question??

the LaCross are fine boots that will take the briars etc. ...just cant gettem off! Yesterday i got the mrs involved in helping & she said...never again...better get some different boots! When one boot popped off she actually fell backwards on her arse!! LOL

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When one boot popped off she actually fell backwards on her arse!! LOL

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What size are they? I will wear them! They are my favorite, Ive been on the same pair for the last 4years. They are awesome.

Size 10. Mebbie i shouda got a size larger but most boots in 10 fit fine.

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Loggy make sure that your feet are not swelling. Sometimes if I am on my feet to long in my burlys they are hard to get off. Try a little bit of powder in your socks, might help.
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Re: LaCrosse Burly Question??

what type of insulation do the Muck Woody Max's have?

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what type of insulation do the Muck Woody Max's have?
Multiple layers of various insulating components. Woody Max Features:

•Stretch-fit topline binding snugs calf to keep warmth in and cold out
•Breathable Airmesh™ and fleece lining
•Additional achilles overlay for added protection
•Kick rim for hands-free removal
•EVA molded midsole with contoured footbed (internal)
•2mm thermal foam underlay added to the instep area for additional warmth
•MS-1 Outsole is rugged, aggressive and durable for maximum protection and stability
•Added toe protection with a wrap-up bumper
•CR flex-foam bootie with four-way stretch nylon, 100% waterproof, lightweight, flexible and buoyant
•Comfort range -40° F to 60° F

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