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I'm looking for a good pair of rubber knee high type boots to where while chasing the elusive rooster. Saw a pair of these at Gander and they looked pretty nice and felt pretty comfy. I have several pairs of less expensive rubber boots but my feet and ankles get very sore when I wear them for a day. I dont want to buy another pair of poor boots. anybody have any input on these boots?

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mwal

I have a pair of the camo muck boots. I wear mine for grouse and pheasant hunting alot. I wear a good pair of wool socks in mine and I able to walk all day. No pull on boot will give you the support of a lace up boot. But my Muck boots are well made and have been durable going on their 3rd season. If they wear out I'm buying another identical pair.

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LABS4ME

I've had a pair of Muck boots and Muck camp shoes for at least 6 years now. They are well made and are comfortable. Awesome for turkey hunting!

Good Luck!

Ken

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harvey lee

I do not own a pair of Muck boots but have heard nothing but good about them.

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huntingmaxima

If something would happen to the pair I have now I would definetly buy another pair. They are very comfortable and light.

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Sifty

I've had a pair for five years now and love them.

I use them mostly for fishing but have hunted in them as well. They fit nice and you can walk in them all day.

Sifty

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DeanoB

i just wish they were made in USA, honestly I give preference to companies that employ American workers, Mucks are made in Taiwan or some place. Too bad, I have heard great things, but for that kind of money, my dollar goes to the American worker.

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Surface Tension

I've had a pair of Muck Boots for a few years now. I'll definitely replace them with the same if they ever wear out.

Very comfortable and lightweight with no flopping around on your foot. I look forward to slipping them on. I use mine for everything.

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Bobcat45

Probably had mine for about 4 years or so. Can't say about walking in them all day hunting. But they are my go to boots when it is wet out. Very comfy. When it's cold I put a heavy pair of socks on. Even the water proof leather boots when they get wet you can feel the cold moisture through the gortex and your feet may not be wet. Very glad I bought them.

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