Time for a change.....

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Time for a change.....

Postby cut_un » Wed May 07, 2008 8:20 pm

Yes, it's time to dig deep into my pockets yet another time :rolleyes: . Not to bad really :yes: , just that Sat Morning I noticed that my hunting boots had holes at the ankle in them. Been wearing LaCross Grange rubber boots during turkey season and bow/muzzleloader seasons for a long long time. Been my go to boot in warm weather and they usually last 3 or 4 years. I guess you could say I've been satisfied but been thinking about changing up sooooo :huh: Here in Va we do not really have a snake problem so I'm looking for something comfortable to walk in, not too hot and is waterproof. I do like the idea of rubber as it is scent free. What you guys wearing in the turkey woods???
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Postby cutt-down » Thu May 08, 2008 10:22 am

I've been using the Woody Armour Muck Boots this year & like them alot. They are very comfortable but they can be a tad warm but not too bad. Buddy of mine uses the woody max muck boots & likes them as well. The woody armour are all rubber & snake proof.
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