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Levi

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  1. Not ready to buy boots yet, but anybody here ever try  the Dryshod brand boot, they priced little under Lacrosse. I am not looking for cheaper, but rather better👍 I am terrible on boots, never had a pair last full 3 years, most don't last 2 full years!!!

  2. Oops, I hate the Alpha also for same reason, the ones I have are the  Aerohead Lacrosse, the top of boot flares in back to make putting on and off easier, has a strap to pull tight after putting on, but I never tighten it:roflmao: These boots are really light at also

    Thanks for catching that hillbilly, and come spring, yours will get looked at, maybe sooner:roflmao:

  3. Oops, I hate the Alpha also for same reason, the ones I have are the  Aerohead Lacrosse, the top of boot flares in back to make putting on and off easier, has a strap to pull tight after putting on, but I never tighten it:roflmao:

    Thanks for catching that hillbilly, and come spring, yours will get looked at, maybe sooner:roflmao:

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  4. Dave,

    I am terrible on boots, wear them out fast, between Oct 1 and May 1, i spend over 100 days in boots, sometimes 1/2, other times all day:roflmao: I require a boot to be non lace, 100% waterproof and comfortable on feet, and provided good traction on All terrain. I have NEVER had a pair last more than 2 full seasons. You can forget, leather or or cordura to provide water proof!!! That leaves rubber or Neoprene. I love the old Lacrossee for durability and waterproof, but they a real pain to get on and off due to the ankle tight fit:roflmao:.They hard to pull off and if you ever step over top in water, dang near have to cut off:roflmao:. Neoprene boots are 100% waterproof, light weight, but are not as resistant to briars, I bought a pair of the Lacrosse Alpha Snake boots, not for snakes but to be more resistant to being torn by briars, which we have plenty of. The pair i have now is on its 3rd season, they look rough, and the neoprene has pulled away from rubber forcing me to patch it, however i think they will make it thru turkey season May1. Then i will have to buy a new pair:roflmao:. They have served me better than any other boot i have owned so far and have met all my requirements. I would be willing to pay more for boots that would last longer, but have resigned myself to the fact that I can tear up the best of them

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