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    I wear some underarmor boots when its warm outside. They are super light and uninsulated. Won't keep cactus out very well though.
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
    Genesis 27:3 (NKJV)

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    I'll be trying a pair of Crispi Idaho models this year during bow season as well as rifle in october.I'll keep you posted.Larry

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    I wear non-insulated Lacrosse cordura boots and watch where I step. I also have a pair of Danner RAT boots that were a gift, they will turn the thorns pretty well but are heavier than I like in pronghorn country.

    Bob

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    I have pretty much resigned myself to wearing tennis shoes and being a pin cushion, haven't found anything lightweight, quite, but puncture resistant yet.

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    For warm weather I love the Cabela's Full Draw boots. They feel like you are wearing sneakers and they stick to rocks like glue. Never had any problems with the waterproof either. They are my go to chukar hunting boots for early season and definitely great for antelope. Most people see the low price and disregard but I swear by them. Doubt they will be great against cactus but the TPU toe, heel, and lace guards might help. Just throwin it out there.

 

 

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