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    I wear Danner's for 99% of my hunting.

    I have a pair of Courteney Safari boots in hippo hide I got in Namibia cheap, they are what I wear antelope hunting and I have warn them in Germany on a roe buck hunt.

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    I'm a huge fan of Zamberlans I have a warm weather pair and a cool weather pair and I think it would be hard to find better boots. For my feet that is.

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    Cabelas meindl Alaska gtx one of the bet boots I've ever worn

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    I have been looking at return policies on some of the bigger names. I am considering just what you guys mentioned, buying a couple and "hiking the stairs" to see what they feel like and sending back the ones I don't want.

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    Danner Pronghorns

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    +1 on Danner Pronghorns - love mine but I've heard the quality has come down the last year

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    Danner Pronghorns here too

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEandAsGuide View Post
    Danner Pronghorns here too
    Ditto too.
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    "My Father always considered a walk in the mountains as the equivalent of church going."
    Aldous Huxley

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    ...Asolo...

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    Kennetrek Mt Extreme for dry weather, Irish Setters for wet. I would just use the Kennetrek for everything if they didn't leak like seive.

 

 

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