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    lightweight boots for archery season.. need some

    I am looking for some lightweight boots for archery season. There are so many out there and I don't want to go through 3 pair to figure it out. I know you have opinions so let me hear them please.

    Jim

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    I've really liked my Cabelas silent sneaker un-insulated boots. They're lightweight, waterproof, and cool enough to wear in the early archery season. Sometimes they come on sale for 89.99, which fits me, cause I'm not into spending hundreds on a pair of boots.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    I love my Cabela's Full Draw, they come in uninsulated or 200-gr. Lightweight and the sole sticks to rocks like glue.

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    I agree with CrimsonArrow. They are the awesome!

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    In the past I have used the Keen Targhee. Lightweight, waterproof, no break in period and super comfortable. Not the easiest boots to look at though. I just recently started using trail runners for the early season. I really like the nimble feeling that light shoes provide.

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    Vasque breeze gtx

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    I have Lowa Tibets. I like them alot but I think they are a little heavy, and for uninsulated they can still get warmer then I would like.

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    I love my Danner Jackals, light weight, waterproof and also sticks to the rocks.

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    I just bought a pair of Crispi Wild. They are unbelievably light at 1.8 pounds per boot. The ankle system is very nice and the boot feels like it springs you forward as you walk. I haven't had the opportunity to get them in the hills yet, so I do not know how hot they will be. If I get the opportunity this Thursday, I will update. Its supposed to be 98 here in NE Nevada, so I think that will give a great test to breathe ability.

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    The lowa tibets are a great boot!

 

 

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