I generally wear three basic types of boots. Heavily insulated for deer stand, Lighter well insulated for driving and tracking deer. These boots last until the foam or whatever the soles are rot away. I use lighter and more rugged boots for bird hunting and I tend to wear these out. I am about done with my Cabella Kangaroo boots and my Danners. A friend has two pair of Irish Setter boots, Aero tracker and light Ultra-dry boots not sure of exact models. He says he only wore them once or twice, selling for $50 apiece. Anyone have any experience with them or suggest others? I hunt some grouse in the woods but mainly hunt pheasants in thick grass and swampy areas. Must be light, waterproof and tough to stand up to the friction of the grass and stiff enough to protect from twisted ankles. Lots of really rough ground too. Some ice and snow so need traction too. What do you guys recommend.