Rubber boots?

Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by RKF11, Dec 8, 2018.

  1. RKF11

    RKF11 8 pointer

    Apr 9, 2010
    Southeastern KY
    I’ve worn Cabela’s rubber boots for a long time. Uninstalled and insulated.
    On average I get bout 3 years out of em with hard mountain hunting. Had my 800gr split yesterday.
    Thinking bout looking into the Irish setters or Lacrosse.
    The ones that use em which do you recommend?
  2. KY Swamp Beagler

    KY Swamp Beagler 12 pointer

    Feb 20, 2011
    the swamps of western KY
    I have no experience with Irish Setter.

    I’ve always used Lacrosse. I just bought a new pair of 18” Burly boots from Rural King on Black Friday. Shipped to the house for $65. The Burly has foam insulation but it ain’t much. I needed a new pair because I wore the heels down on my others, so I get good use out of mine.

    I’ve used tire patches on them before and get a few more years use.
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  3. Iceman35

    Iceman35 12 pointer

    Oct 27, 2008
    Boone County
    Muck Boots. As comfortable as tennis shoes, and last a long, long time.

    No, the neoprene foam RUBBER does not hold more scent than regular boots. It's still rubber.
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  4. Bee

    Bee 10 pointer

    Mar 14, 2005
    ACADEMY ...has a 16 inch boot that Ive used couple years no prob for 25$ +-. 400 insulation boot foot. harder rubber tops. ankle fit good. grouse hunting them in mid west
  5. web splitter

    web splitter 6 pointer

    Feb 3, 2015
  6. RackedUP

    RackedUP 8 pointer

    Oct 30, 2013
    I’m not a fan of
    Lacrosse. I’ve used muck for quite a while and tried a pair of
    Lacrosse boots last year because I caught them on sale. I found muck to be much more comfortable and warm. Also, the sole already started coming off of the lacrosse boots. I usually get 3-5 years out of muck
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  7. bondhu

    bondhu 12 pointer

    Jul 3, 2015
    Battle Run
    Irish setters are great
  8. model70

    model70 8 pointer

    Jan 11, 2011
    Western Ky
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  9. Ruffneck

    Ruffneck 6 pointer

    Lacrosse has great prices on some of their Burly and Aeroheads on their website right now. I’ve worn Aeroheads for 3 years now and still going strong. Just ordered an extra pair because of the pricing.
  10. xbokilla

    xbokilla 12 pointer

    Jun 28, 2012
    I got some 600 gram UA rubber boots I got a good deal on on eBay. Great for turkey season and through early ML but when you’re sitting still your feet will get cold. Think I’m gonna get some nice 1000 + gram lace ups in the off season. My dad says it’s more about the socks. Most wool I can find is like 70% but he has some ancient 100% all wool socks and if he goes above a 400 gr boot his feet sweat off. He’s 76 and has poor circulation.
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  11. DH13

    DH13 12 pointer

    Jan 13, 2012
    Shelby county
    I have tried them all. Mucks is all I buy. They never let me down and last for years. Keep my feet warm.
  12. xbokilla

    xbokilla 12 pointer

    Jun 28, 2012
    Another issue I have is some tree trunk calves on me. I can tuck maybe a thin pair of early season pants in mine but heavier late season stuff no way. Always thought one of the advantages of rubber boots is tucking stuff but not the case with me.
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  13. bowhunter269

    bowhunter269 12 pointer

    Nov 21, 2006
    Fisherville, KY
    Lacrosse all the way.
  14. Genesis 27:3

    Genesis 27:3 10 pointer

    Oct 13, 2018
    Christain county
    I have both.both have their purpose.but mucks are my go to for comfort and warmth.
  15. ojibwa62

    ojibwa62 12 pointer

    Jul 1, 2018
    I can not in good conscience recommend any rubber boots including the mucks I own, just another thing we have all been convinced over the years we can't without.. I wear rocky full cordura boots when hunting and have since they came out and before that I always bought Browning leather boots.

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