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    Recommend Some Rubber Boots

    MUSTS: No camo. Can't stand it (other than the cool old '80s type camo). Brown or green is great.

    Would like tall or even extra tall (irrigation boots?) as long as they're somewhat comfortable. Light/medium insulation (already have winter snowmobile boots). I prefer work type boots for the durability, but don't really want these to be steel toe. Steel toe is NOT a deal breaker.

    Uses will include fishing and general bush fuckery.

    Looking for me and Mrs. Slusher. Pics of Mrs. Slusher are rare and not available online.
    Last edited by Muckin_Slusher; 05-30-2020, 06:56 AM.


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    #2
    I’ve had really good luck with LaCrosse brand boots. My go to are the Grange series. I believe they make hip waders boots as well.

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      #3
      I have a pair of Tingley boot for awhile. For morning farm duties & wintertime.

      I did get a couple of brand boots to share the wear & tear, the new brands fall apart first-

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        #4
        I love my Muck brand boots. I wear them all over. Mine are steel toe, but you dont have to get them that way. Click image for larger version
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          #5
          Being a bonafide redneck, I don’t really care if the are camo, what kind of camo, or any other metrosexual reason to buy a pair of boots but I second Lacrosse. I currently have alphas that have the neoprene material uppers but wear alphaburly pros most of the time because I like the side-zip and they take a beating on the farm


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            #6
            I have a pair of LaCrosse steel toe/insulated have worn through two winters,good boots. For warmer weather I use Muck boots,kind of the tennis shoes of rubber boots.

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              #7
              My muck boots have done well for me going on almost 10 years.

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                #8
                I'll second the Mucks. Started around the house/ little farm. Seem to wear them hunting too last couple years.

                Edit: Got a pair of the Arctic mucks a couple years ago. Been my go to in the cold and wet.

                2nd edit because Jim Beam. Regular Mucks can be a little warm in the heat of summer. Bare feet work then anyway.
                Last edited by Chzbrgr; 05-30-2020, 09:37 PM.

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                  #9
                  I surprised by the Muck recommendations. I know the duck hunters seem to like them, but I can't get the neoprene tops to last, they always get ripped, or eventually disintegrate.

                  I abandoned Muck, and have been wearing Bogs for the past few years. Bogs makes several versions with neoprene tops like Muck, but their Blaze series is all the same material, smooth, no neoprene to catch brush, briers, or barbs on.

                  Looks like the Blaze II is only available in Mossy Oak though.
                  https://www.bogsfootwear.com/shop/style/72323-973.html

                  They used to make a Rancher that's probably the perfect boot for you, but I can't find it on their site anymore, and it's not in stock anywhere. Must have been discontinued.

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                    #10
                    I really like my muck boots too.

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                      Originally posted by Lee View Post
                      I surprised by the Muck recommendations. I know the duck hunters seem to like them, but I can't get the neoprene tops to last, they always get ripped, or eventually disintegrate.

                      I abandoned Muck, and have been wearing Bogs for the past few years. Bogs makes several versions with neoprene tops like Muck, but their Blaze series is all the same material, smooth, no neoprene to catch brush, briers, or barbs on.

                      Looks like the Blaze II is only available in Mossy Oak though.
                      https://www.bogsfootwear.com/shop/style/72323-973.html

                      They used to make a Rancher that's probably the perfect boot for you, but I can't find it on their site anymore, and it's not in stock anywhere. Must have been discontinued.
                      I've had mine for about 3 years and they havent had any issues with the neoprene, or anything else for that matter.

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                        At least 5 years old. The only snag is from a piece of reber that would have really sucked without them.
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                            #14
                            I haven't had a pair of muck boots in years but I remember liking them

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