Hunting Boots

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Hunting Boots

Postby Hunter MN » Sat Jun 29, 2013 12:53 am

Looking at buying some new hunting boots. Looking at either muck woody max, wetland or chore. Or Irish setter rut masters or lacrosse. Looking to hear some of your personal experience and the pros/cons of each. Also looking for a versatile boot that can be worn early season in September through December in MN. Thanks!
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Re: Hunting Boots

Postby Slack Tide » Sat Jun 29, 2013 5:50 am

My Mucks are about 6 years old and they are the best all around boots I've ever had for general use, goose pit, jump shooting and muck conditions. They are very light, warm and don't hold odor. They are reasonably priced too. I'd go for straight brown so you don't look goofy wearing them off season..
A lot of other companies have overcomplicated their boots and are very pricey
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