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Old 08-11-2010, 05:52 AM
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Muck boots

Anybody wear these? Likes/dislikes?

Muck Boots By The Original Muck Boot Company. Free Shipping / Guaranteed Fit From Muckboots.com.
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Awesome, they can get a little warm in the summer. But in the winter you cant beat them!
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Which ones do you wear? I am looking at the Fieldblazer ones. I want some thing warm, that I can hike in, and stay comfortable while hiking. I hunt in the cold (10-50*) for the most part, but I'm thinking that my Elk hunt this year could have some warm days (Oct 15-20). Not really cold, but....
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They are hot but They are tough I have the side zip ones which I wear when riding my 4wheeler best boot next to lacrose
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I prefer them over anyother boot I have a pair of the wetlands wear them in the winter on the farm and a pair of woody elites I wear for Bow season
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These are the ones I am looking at now, for the better thread pattern http://cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templa...box.jsp.form23
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Looks like a good boot, I only went with the Elites because of the scent block, scent free thing they got going, but I got them at a local bow shop for less than the ones you posted
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:27 AM
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Yeah, Cabelas has the Fieldblazers on sale for 90 bucks, and you know the price of the others. I might wait to see if they go on sale in the next few weeks. If not, I'll probably be buying the Muck woody's, so that I have enough time to air out the rubber smell I read about in s many of the reviews . Keep the opinions on these boots coming please
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I have had various Lacrosse in the past and have had very good luck with them. I currently have a pair of Muck boots and like them as well but I will say they don't have as much ankle support as the Lacrosse but are much easier to get on and off. Since they are a little looser fitting I had issues with the Muck boots at first rubbing my heel but now that they are broken in them are much more comfortable. Still undecided what my next pair will be but the Muck boots seem to be withstanding my abuse very well.
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I have had various Lacrosse in the past and have had very good luck with them. I currently have a pair of Muck boots and like them as well but I will say they don't have as much ankle support as the Lacrosse but are much easier to get on and off. Since they are a little looser fitting I had issues with the Muck boots at first rubbing my heel but now that they are broken in them are much more comfortable. Still undecided what my next pair will be but the Muck boots seem to be withstanding my abuse very well.
Good to know. I think a heavy pair of wool socks should help 'snug' the boot up
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