Upland hunting boots

Discussion in 'Upland Game Forum' started by Banded1, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. lanthanide

    lanthanide Elite Refuge Member

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    Hmmm NV Ducker...I'll not be giving heat.

    They look surprisingly like an old 'Redwing' model I wore back in college...and another pair just after that Browning marketed. Started to make a little money and figured I just HAD to upgrade. I like them when I wore them. The reviews seem to be VERY positive.

    If my current Danner's weren't in pretty fair shape yet, I drop the $$ on a pair. Cannot beat the price.
     
  2. 480/277y

    480/277y Senior Refuge Member

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    Every pair I have owned have been perfect fit box to can.
    The hiker would work well for you and I average 4-5 years out of the hiker.
     
  3. Constructeur

    Constructeur Senior Refuge Member

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    I know, bumping an old post, but for your next pair, if you keep an eye out Thanksgiving weekend and right around tax time Danner usually runs a sale with most boots being 40% or so off...Definitely worth your time IMO...
     
  4. thatguy2

    thatguy2 Senior Refuge Member

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    Just got some ll bean boots. Moctoe goretex with gum lite soles. Lightweight too. They fit great.
     
  5. Creek Henry

    Creek Henry Elite Refuge Member

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    Danner with the goretex lining.
     

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