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    Foot measurement?

    So I was wondering how important it is to actually get the width and length of your foot measured when purchasing new boots?

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    Your feet are one of the most used and abused pieces of your body on a hunt. Do everything you can to take care of them. Can you imagine being in the backcountry with boots that do not fit you? Not going to happen to me.

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    I agree. It is a must! I picked up a few sets of Synergys from Lathrop and Sons. They do a great job of showing you how to measure you feet on their web site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I agree. It is a must! I picked up a few sets of Synergys from Lathrop and Sons. They do a great job of showing you how to measure you feet on their web site.
    I love the synergy footbed. Very comfortable, and doesn't take up a ton of room in my boot.
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    once you find the boot perfect for you foot you will never just buy a boot at dicount again. worth the extra money 10 times over

 

 

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