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    Bama socks are great

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    https://www.marks.com/en/ganka-bama-...Bcolor%5D=GREY

    Bama socks -- are these what you're referring to?
    HR UH Wyckoff's RedRooted Mud Puppy JH WCX RN - Reba
    HR Markwell's Ups A Daisy JH WCI RN - Jada
    HR UH Tullamore's Gunsablazing CGN CDX SH WCX - Burly (2003-2017)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurlyGirl View Post
    https://www.marks.com/en/ganka-bama-...Bcolor%5D=GREY

    Bama socks -- are these what you're referring to?
    That's them.

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    Anyone have the Baffin Snow Monster....was just looking for some honest opinions, only concern would be walking/dogging more bush then normal during deer season (especially if there heavier then my Irish Setters 800gr)

    Thx

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    I have had a pair of lace up Irish Setter boots for 15 years now. They are about 9" high and have 1000 grams of Thinsulate. They are warm sitting in the tree stand and comfortable to walk over any terrain all day long. I paid just over $200.00 back in 2006 but they have been worth every cent. They are just starting to show some wear now but still many good years left in them.
    Rick in Muskoka

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    we have steel toe rubber insulated boots, very warm and keep you real dry, only thing is they can be heavy. best for when your still hunting. keep your feet and toes warm when youre not movin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Check out Made in Canada Baffin Boots. https://www.bing.com/aclk?ld=e8GHR1H...01c447e2&ntb=1
    x3 on those Baffin titans. Been on three deep winter camp trips anywhere from -6 to -30 Celsius and could feel my toes the whole time and never got and chafing or blisters. The insulation is no joke and dries out fast. I've also sat on days that were -4 celcius but 40km/h winds where I was chilled to the bone in everywhere but my toes.
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    https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/k...2578p.html#srp

    I've used these for the last 10 years for winter hunting. All I've had to replace twice are the liners. I heartily recommend them.
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    My vote for Irish Setter old fashion letter boots they last for decade
    I have Elk Tracker and Trailblazer for years
    Now I bought spare and will buy one more spare ...
    I don't want to stop hunting ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick in Muskoka View Post
    I have had a pair of lace up Irish Setter boots for 15 years now. They are about 9" high and have 1000 grams of Thinsulate. They are warm sitting in the tree stand and comfortable to walk over any terrain all day long. I paid just over $200.00 back in 2006 but they have been worth every cent. They are just starting to show some wear now but still many good years left in them.

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    I imagine the OP has found a pair at this point, but for rabbit hunting where you’re moving all day I’d consider the Mucks or there is a Yukon Gear boot (Cdn Tire) that is modelled after them.

    I got new Baffin Titans for ice fishing too but I wouldn’t want to be rabbit hunting in them, too bulky and HOT
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