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    I have to second the Danner Pronghorn. I have been using them for years and they are a great boot for the price. You can get a better boot if you want to spend 250+ but the Pronghorns are hard to beat. I do use My Meindl Denalis on multiple day trips because of the support they offer under heavy loads but they are by no means light. I have heard good things about the UA Speed Freaks also.
    A bad day in the woods is better than a good day at work.
    Shoot the best, Shoot PSE!

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    I'm really liking these Keen Ketchum hiking boots! Made in the USA too.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

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    I like soles that flex when I walk....went with the Under Armour Speed Freak. Plenty of sole flex, very lite weight, fits my foot tightly yet not so much as to cause discomfort, nice cushioning on the inside, quite warm for not being insulated, great traction soles, waterproof, tough material on the outside. I've got some miles on mine and have nothing to complain about. Got these on sale after Christmas under $130 bucks. Their $200 dollar boot has a better lace hook system but for the difference in price I'm good with the Speed Freaks.

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    The wolverine antelope is only 2.4 lbs, goretex, and uninsulated. I have no complaints with mine. I've hunted in mine for 2 years now. Wyoming and Colorado elk seasons. They are very comfortable and little to no break in.

 

 

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