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    Antelope hunting boots

    I'm looking for some pronghorn hunting boots. Looking for something lightweight, breatheable, and highly resistant to cactus. Do you guys have any suggestions?

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    I bought a pair of Danner Pronghorns (good name huh!) a couple of years ago that I really like. Pretty light, fit real well and very comfortable.
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    I wear sneakers.. Lightweight, super comfortable, and very breathable.
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    Ooh, cactus proof? I use Lowa Ranger Gtx for early season hunting, but I don't remember any mention of cacti resistivity. If you aren't already used to a stiff footbed, you may not like the Lowa-type boots.

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    Yeah need something puncture resistant. I'm a barefoot guy but the barefoot boots I have the cactus goes through them like nothing.

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    I have a pair of Lowa renegades that are low cut. I like them alot for hunting in antelope territory.

    http://www.lowaboots.com/catalog/Sho...gory=17&Type=M

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    Renegades are my go to boot for everything.

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    Columbia Gruben Outdry, with turtleskin lightweight snake gaiters (knee high)above them.

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    +1 on the Danner Pronghorns

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    Thanks guys. I do have a pair of insulated pronghorns and I like them. Also checking out the Lowas and the Columbias.

 

 

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