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    Hanwag Tatra Top GTX. They got the rubber rand. Great boot.

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    I've used both, but have since transitioned into the heavy boot with rubber rand no matter the season. I'm toying with the idea of going in the middle but keep thinking I don't need to fix what isn't broken.
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
    Genesis 27:3 (NKJV)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    I've used both, but have since transitioned into the heavy boot with rubber rand no matter the season. I'm toying with the idea of going in the middle but keep thinking I don't need to fix what isn't broken.
    I have ended up in the middle this year. Haven't done a heavy pack out yet, sigh, but that will be the real test.
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    Lowa Tibets for light weather
    Lowa Hunters for cold
    La Sportiva Nepals for totally crappy soaking wet Oregon Elk hunting.

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    Lowa Tibets. Popular boot.

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    More and more for early season unless there is snow I am going for basically a waterproof low top salmon running shoe w gators unless it is super wet.

    If I am heading into extreme terrain or with a heavy pack my choice is the lowa Tibets.

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    I like wearing my Danner Vandals boots.

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    I'm jealous. I Wear 11.5 4E, so my options are limited. My 20+ year old Cabela's outfitter leather/Gore-Tex/400 gram Thinsulate served me well.

    Just got some Irish Setter Elk hunters. Wish I had more options.



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