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    Quote Originally Posted by cali_hornhunter View Post
    It's still white bite it sucks lol
    Yep still called white bite. Ive had buddys wear them in the shower just to help break them in

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    There is a really good article in Elk Hunter magazine I just got in the mail that overviews all the big boot manufactures.

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    Not sure if it was on this forum or not Danny, but there has been some major issues with customer service for crispi. Something to consider if you are wanting to order boots before you try them on.
    One of the lineman on my crew at Par had the Kenetreks and loved them. Heard really good things about Lowas as well. I have the Meindl Denalis and love them. It's all about what fits you. Good luck.

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    Thanks Grant, From what I have researched the last couple of days I will be going with the Kenetreks or Lowas. I think I am heading up in a couple of weeks to put the cameras out and do some shedding. Whats your schedule look like?

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    labman, I haven't received mine in the mail yet, thanks for the heads up!

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    Working every weekend till the middle of June except memorial weekend and we will be at clearlake.

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    I think I will be heading up Thursday night and coming home Friday night or Saturday morning on Memorial weekend, Have fun at Clearlake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grantbvfd View Post
    . I have the Meindl Denalis and love them. It's all about what fits you. Good luck.
    I tried the denalis on at cabelas and really like the way they fit me. Havent heard a whole lot about them but they seem like a good stiff mnt boot for a bit cheaper than most others. Do they hold up well over time?

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    I own the Crispi Nevadas. They are the most comfortable boots I own. I have synergy footbeds in them. I've tried the Meindls and the Kennetreks also. Like others have said, try several different brands and see what fits your feet the best. I really like my Crispi's. They are very well made. I think scheels will be selling them in June if you want to try them on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Boy View Post
    I tried the denalis on at cabelas and really like the way they fit me. Havent heard a whole lot about them but they seem like a good stiff mnt boot for a bit cheaper than most others. Do they hold up well over time?
    Very good boot. They hold up very well and don't get enough attention that they truly deserve.

 

 

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