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    thanks for the video. love all the euro mounts in the back ground.

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    Wow now if that just didn't make lacing your boots confusing I don't know what will. Haha I am defiantly going to give this a try! Do you feel this makes a difference in all boots, or more in the "mountain boots"? I have not broke down and bought the mountain boots yet cause I like the real light weight flexible boots.

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    Thanks for the video! I do a fairly similar lacing technique, but only do one sherpa knot and don't do the double and triple overhands. I'm looking forward to trying this style out and see if it makes it even better! By the way, I have the same boots... love them!
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    Thanks for the video! I do a fairly similar lacing technique, but only do one sherpa knot and don't do the double and triple overhands. I'm looking forward to trying this style out and see if it makes it even better! By the way, I have the same boots... love them!
    The double or triple overhands really lock the laces and keeps them from slipping. After these boots were broken in they have been my favorites. I broke a ankle years ago and these boots really support it well. In fact I don't think I even worried about the ankle last season. Where I hunt is steep and tons of loose rock and I needed a boot that would support the ankles.

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    Neat video. I have never seen or heard of that, might have to try it out thanks 25

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    Great video! Thanks for doing it!!!!

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    Nicely done 25contender. Had a guy show me that Sherpa knot technique on a pair of Asolo's 10 years ago. It absolutely is a great way to pull your heel down in your boot. Just got a new pair of the Lowa's and can't wait to get them broke in and molded properly. Thanks for the tip. On the Asolo's I only used one sherpa's knot. Can't wait to try your method.

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    I tried your technique last weekend on a turkey hunt and it really made a difference, thank you so much for sharing. I have the Lowas as well and love them, now they stay snug all day long and are that much better.

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    Glad I found this. Great video!! Thanks again. I have a pair of those boots on order - cant wait to try them with your technique!

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    Good bump IronMike! I used this technique this year and loved it!

 

 

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