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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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Loggy said:
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.



Loggy
I put mine on the first day of bear season and don't take them off until Muzzleloader is over!!

Dave
 

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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).
Just my 2 cents

Dave
 

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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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Buk_Huntir said:
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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milbry18 said:
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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I was at the store where I buy all of my boots from because I wanted to get a new pair of Lacrosse Alphaburly (non-insulted) because mine leaked the first day of rifle. Ive had my boots for about 4/5 years and used them for both turkey, archery, and sometimes rifle so they got their use. The owner said he won't sell them anymore because he has been getting to many complaints about the new neoprene material that is coated with rubber or something like that is not to durable. Does anyone have a pair of the most recent model the Alphaburly's(non-insulted)? If so do you like them and are they pretty durable?
 

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Loggy said:
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!!


Any suggestions/tips on the lacrosse boots??
Either the boots are shrinking or the wearer is increasing in size.
 

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"Loggy
I put mine on the first day of bear season and don't take them off until Muzzleloader is over!!
Dave"

Dave, That was great !!
 

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Browning7 said:
I was at the store where I buy all of my boots from because I wanted to get a new pair of Lacrosse Alphaburly (non-insulted) because mine leaked the first day of rifle. Ive had my boots for about 4/5 years and used them for both turkey, archery, and sometimes rifle so they got their use. The owner said he won't sell them anymore because he has been getting to many complaints about the new neoprene material that is coated with rubber or something like that is not to durable. Does anyone have a pair of the most recent model the Alphaburly's(non-insulted)? If so do you like them and are they pretty durable?
I have the Lacrosse lights uninsulated and love them. But i just had a big post on archerytalk asking which boots people prefer....Mucks or Lacrosse. I also did a poll and Mucks were winning by a few votes. I did just order a pair of Max cold Mucks but will use my Lacrosse's in early archery season.
 

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I've had the Lacrosse's for a few years now and they are VERY comfortable and yes durable. No leaking or tears as of yet.
 

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I love mine as well...comfortable, warm, but just was worrying about the new boots with what the store owner said about them. Ive looked and they still seem to get great reviews on their boots. Don't know if they are made as well now as they were 4 or 5 years ago
 

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Thanks guys!! Will have to ck out those boot pullers!
 
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