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I'm new to bow hunting and was looking for some suggestions on hunting boots as part of my scent control. I like mucks for the comfort and insulation, but not sure the uppers would be as good as rubber. I'm looking at the LaCrosse Alpha II but I don't if they offer the same comfort and support as the Mucks. I'm looking for something that can be worn all day and comfortable doing a bit of walking. What's everyone else wearing? Thanks for the advice and suggestions.

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I have the Lacrosse Alpha Burlys with 1000 grams of thinsulate they are 17" high (snake proof) and all camo rubber boot, I have had them for 3 yrs and I have walked miles sludgeing thru mud and water and climbed many a tree with them :thumb::thumb: they are still in great shape and when I need a new pair I will get another pair for sure...:thumb::thumb:
 

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I think muck boots are just fine......The biggest thing is to keep them in a scent proof box and not put them on till you get to the woods. Then take them off when you are done and put back in the box.

I like the people who are putting gas in and standing in oil at the pump in there "go to the stand gear" :smack:
 

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Lacrosee uninsilated for early season. Get 1/2 size bigger put some good insoles in them. 1200 gram alpha's for the cold days. personally I can not see where the mucks neoprene is keeping scent in as well as rubber. Just my opinion though.
 

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I have the Lacrosse Alpha Burlys with 1000 grams of thinsulate they are 17" high (snake proof) and all camo rubber boot, I have had them for 3 yrs and I have walked miles sludgeing thru mud and water and climbed many a tree with them :thumb::thumb: they are still in great shape and when I need a new pair I will get another pair for sure...:thumb::thumb:
+1!! I've had mine for several years and they've been "rode hard and put up wet" and still just keep on going!!
 

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Thanks for the welcome.

Great feedback. Now I guess its time to try on some boots. Appreciate all the opinions.

For those venturing out Wednesday; good luck and safe hunting.
I'll be heading out Thursday afternoon to see if all the killing of a target pays off.
 
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