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    Boots for the Tundra?

    I am going on a Caribou hunt and wanted to know what you guys use for boots. I see a lot of hunters using boots like Muck boots, and Bogs. But I need far more support than those boots give.

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    Where are you hunting and what type of caribou? We generally hunt in Extra Tuffs. Tundra can be very wet but if you only hunt ridgetops, a good snow-coated leather boot should work. I wouldn't go afield without rubber boots and in many areas I take hip-boots.

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    Plan on hunting in Northern Quebec for Labrador Caribou. I was going to get a set of Wiggy's lightweight waders to go over my boots for water crossings and such. I have a pair of the insulated BOG's and cannot stand to do any walking in them. I really need good support. I had Plantar Fasciitis a few years ago and I also have poor ankles. Thanks for the help.

 

 

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