Moultrie Products
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Contributors to this thread:
Tater 13-Jul-20
wyobullshooter 13-Jul-20
Bloodtrail 13-Jul-20
Empty Freezer 13-Jul-20
WapitiBob 13-Jul-20
ESP 13-Jul-20
Ucsdryder 13-Jul-20
Muddyboots 13-Jul-20
Lawdog 13-Jul-20
Michael 13-Jul-20
Jims 13-Jul-20
Bou'bound 15-Jul-20
lewis 16-Jul-20
papadeerhtr 16-Jul-20
ohiohunter 16-Jul-20
DanaC 17-Jul-20
Aubs8 17-Jul-20
Inshart 18-Jul-20
Chief 419 18-Jul-20
Tater 21-Jul-20
Big John 21-Jul-20
PECO 22-Jul-20
PECO 22-Jul-20
PECO 22-Jul-20
PECO 22-Jul-20
PECO 22-Jul-20
From: Tater
13-Jul-20
Looking for a light weight boot or shoe for spot and stalk hunt out west. Not rugged ground or mountains. Need something comfortable with good cushion.

13-Jul-20
I’ve been wearing Lowa Renegade‘s for several years and absolutely love them.

From: Bloodtrail
13-Jul-20
You cannot go wrong with any of the uninsulated hunting/hiking boots from Under Armour for lightweight and comfort.

13-Jul-20

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I would buy a good pair of waterproof hiking boots like a Soloman and always carry your safari sneakers for the stalk.

From: WapitiBob
13-Jul-20
I just bought salomon X ultra gtx lows. They'll leak when they get pretty wet, as will everything else, but the gtx will keep the dust from getting inside and around your toes. I was going to get the mids but I have some oboz mids currently.

From: ESP
13-Jul-20
Hoka makes a decent boot

From: Ucsdryder
13-Jul-20
Salomon quest 4d. Man I love them.

From: Muddyboots
13-Jul-20
Merrill makes such boots. Typically run around $100. Not so good for tough mountain terrain, but perfect for moderate places.

From: Lawdog
13-Jul-20
I just bought a new pair made by Danner. I wanted boots made in the USA and not just assembled here. Danner 6" Crater Rim fit the bill. They are waterproof with Gortex. Great ankle support, and a brief break in period. True to size. Price $340. But 2x each year Danner has a sale. One just ended. Mine were $240 direct from Danner. Very comfortable boot.

From: Michael
13-Jul-20
I was always a fan of Salomon Quest 4D GTX in that situation.

From: Jims
13-Jul-20
I'd take a look at Lowas and Crispis. I'd scrap the insoles that come with the boot and buy some that are comfortable for your particular feet. Some guys swear by Superfeet but they are way to hard for my feet. I prefer a lot of padding. I also wear socks with additional padding in the bottom of the feet.

From: Bou'bound
15-Jul-20
tough to beat Lowa and lots of options to fit the bill

From: lewis
16-Jul-20
Vasque is my go to comfort boot good luck Lewis

From: papadeerhtr
16-Jul-20
Merril

From: ohiohunter
16-Jul-20
Softer soles boots like Lowa renegades, Solomon 4d, or any light hiker like Merrill or keen, maybe even some redheads sound like they’ll fit the bill. Comes down to what fits you and your budget.

From: DanaC
17-Jul-20
Keens have held together pretty well for me - better than other brands in the price range.

From: Aubs8
17-Jul-20
Sale on camofire now...

From: Inshart
18-Jul-20
NAW, go to wallmart and pick up a great pair of those tan ones for under 35 bucks.

From: Chief 419
18-Jul-20
Give Lowa Renegade GTX's a try. The break in period is minimal and it's a very comfortable boot. They're made for long walks.

From: Tater
21-Jul-20
Merrells Altalight Mid Waterproof hikers got the nod. Very light, comfortable and good soles. Walking on gravel no problem.

From: Big John
21-Jul-20
Check out Campsaver.com

From: PECO
22-Jul-20
I have also been using Lowa Renegade for years.

From: PECO
22-Jul-20
I have also been using Lowa Renegade for years.

From: PECO
22-Jul-20

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22-Jul-20

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22-Jul-20

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