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    Epic Contributor RoyJackson's Avatar
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    For all you Vermonters, Mainiacs and New Hampshirites:
    Reckon I'm going to need a decent pair of muck boots or shoes pretty soon (like...now!)

    Any recommendations?
    Roy Jackson

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    Elite Member nybirdman's Avatar
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    Default Re: Muck boots

    Ya, "The MUCK boot co.",I have at least six pair.Great all around boots.This time of year the uninsulated.Have a couple pair to work in,two pair for hunting,low cuts for summer.

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    The chore boot is good, but the Arctic boot is great for cold weather. Wore my arctics all sap season tapping in 2' of snow, first time in years I didn't get cold feet. Either way, hard to beat mucks for all around chore work.
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    Another vote for Muck boots. I have the Arctics, and I rarely wear Pac boots anymore, even when stand hunting in 20 deggree weather. I'll pick up a pair of non-insulated ones soon.

    Will

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    I have the Muck chore boots as well. I highly recommend them.
    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by nybirdman View Post
    Ya, "The MUCK boot co.",I have at least six pair.Great all around boots.This time of year the uninsulated.Have a couple pair to work in,two pair for hunting,low cuts for summer.
    I second the MUCK Boot Co. brand...After 30 years+ of hunting they are the absolute best rubber boots I've ever owned...easy to pull on, better yet just as easy to get off...highly recommend them !!!!

    Rich

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    Another vote for the Muck Boot Co. I am on my third pair of wetlands for winter chores and I love them for bow hunting. Going to pick up a pair of the low cut chore boots for summer work .

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    My wife swears by her Bogs.. she has suggested I'd like them but I'm still wearing a pair of Baffins with steel toe for around the farm. Fairly comfortable boot (Baffin) and reasonably priced. I have a hard time justifying over $100 for a pair of boots to slog around in horse sh*t and mud.

    Sean

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    Muck Boots rule. Hoser model for me. Nothin' but a Hoser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBOUTDOORS View Post
    Another vote for the Muck Boot Co. I am on my third pair of wetlands for winter chores and I love them for bow hunting. Going to pick up a pair of the low cut chore boots for summer work .
    Wetlands all the way for me as well. I've never had cold feet in them except for the one time I stepped in water higher than the boots!

    If they get too warm I just roll the tops down.

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