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I am looking for a new pair of hunting boots that can be worn for both goose hunting and deer hunting. I have a pair of Irish Setter Havoc uninsulated boots that I love right now. I am looking for an insulated pair in the 400-800 gram range. My feet don't get cold when walking but when laying in the blind they seem to get cold. I have found I cant wear boots over 9 inches high otherwise I would buy the insulated version of the Havoc's. Does anyone have any reviews on Danner's, Irish Setters or Cabelas brand boots that are durable and waterproof.

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Unless you get a neoprene or rubber type knee boot, make sure your boots are constructed with gore-tex.

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Don't know about you 9" tall rule, but I would highly recommend the Lacrosse Aerohead boot in 3.5 mm neoprene. I use them for turkey season and my feet don't get overly warm. With a good pair of wool socks I've no issues with cold feet even when I hunted in sub zero Minnesota temps.
 

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huntguy04 said:
Don't know about you 9" tall rule, but I would highly recommend the Lacrosse Aerohead boot in 3.5 mm neoprene. I use them for turkey season and my feet don't get overly warm. With a good pair of wool socks I've no issues with cold feet even when I hunted in sub zero Minnesota temps.
How long have you been using that pair of boots. Isn't it very expensive when it comes to price?

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perrydave said:
huntguy04 said:
Don't know about you 9" tall rule, but I would highly recommend the Lacrosse Aerohead boot in 3.5 mm neoprene. I use them for turkey season and my feet don't get overly warm. With a good pair of wool socks I've no issues with cold feet even when I hunted in sub zero Minnesota temps.
How long have you been using that pair of boots. Isn't it very expensive when it comes to price?
Going on my third year with them and they are still holding up like brand new. They are tough as nails and tougher than any muck boot i've ever owned. wingsupply.com has them for 129.99 right now.
 

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I upgraded boots last season to 1200 grams insulation due to hunting in northern Illinois. My feet now stay warm now in the blind. Wing supply has some great deals!
 

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cptmorgan said:
I am looking for a new pair of hunting boots that can be worn for both goose hunting and deer hunting. I have a pair of Irish Setter Havoc uninsulated boots that I love right now. I am looking for an insulated pair in the 400-800 gram range. My feet don't get cold when walking but when laying in the blind they seem to get cold. I have found I cant wear boots over 9 inches high otherwise I would buy the insulated version of the Havoc's. Does anyone have any reviews on Danner's, Irish Setters or Cabelas brand boots that are durable and waterproof.

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