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Stalk Boots

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Mencius, Dec 20, 2012.

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  1. buck460XVR

    buck460XVR Member

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    ...and this goes to show what many of these posts to the OPs question are trying to tell him. That like firearms or hunting techniques themselves, no one boot/shoe is the best for every situation and part of the country. Sheesh, there are times in the Tamarack swamps of Wisconsin when my stalking boots are a pair of chest waders. Part of being a knowledgeable hunter is knowing what kind of equipment works best for different situations. Asking for suggestions is a good thing, but till one goes out and walks a day or two in their hunting scenario, will they know if those things on their feet was a wise choice.
     
  2. ArmyAviator

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    All acceptable choices submitted herein; but don't overlook the amazing technology (waterproof, arch support, proper lace trace, etc.) in top shelf hiking boots/shoes. Amazon.com is a solid start for reviews as is backcountry.com. Keen, Merrill, and Vasque have had my vote two combat deployments. If waterproof is not essential, Lowa can't be beat; bad SW Asia desert, rock, sand...light as a running shoe and equally comfortable.
     
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