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Cold/rainy weather shoes/boots? #13845612 01/14/21 04:54 AM
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Bought me some Arctic Armor a couple years ago but still don't have a decent pair of hoof covers.

Let's have some suggestions please.

Thanks in advance.


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Re: Cold/rainy weather shoes/boots? [Re: MrRoachie] #13845703 01/14/21 12:18 PM
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Don't know if they still even make them or not, but I bought a pair of Redhead "Bone Dry Goretex" boots probably 10 years ago and they have been incredible. Comfortable, not too heavy that I feel clumsy, and very warm and dry. Had them out in the snow down in Austin Sunday for hours and with just cotton socks my feet never got even a hint of cold. Very good in the rain as well.


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Re: Cold/rainy weather shoes/boots? [Re: MrRoachie] #13845724 01/14/21 12:53 PM
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If you are looking for something comfortable, light weight, something you could jog or run in

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Re: Cold/rainy weather shoes/boots? [Re: MrRoachie] #13845732 01/14/21 01:02 PM
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new balance gortex tennis shoes. light weight, warm, dry and comfortable.

Re: Cold/rainy weather shoes/boots? [Re: MrRoachie] #13845752 01/14/21 01:19 PM
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I have had a pair of Merrill boots that are going on 5 years and still pretty much look and work as good as when I bought them through all of my fishing, working around the yard and they are so comfortable that I wear them everyday to work during the cold weather.


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I use the lightest pair of pull on's I can find.
Right now I'm wearing a pair that had cracked at the sole so I cut the soles off--- works like a parka. I like it so well when these give up I'm cutting the soles out of a new pair.

Re: Cold/rainy weather shoes/boots? [Re: MrRoachie] #13845870 01/14/21 02:32 PM
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North Face Snowface (Order 1 size up) this is to allow thicker socks and room for the extra insulation these have

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xtra tuf deck boots have been awesome. Really comfortable, dry, and warm. when it gets really cold I just throw on a pair of wool socks.

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Grundens Deck boots

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If you want truly fully water proof, go with anything from Muck. I have 2 versions of their 3/4 pull ons. One that is insulated for cold weather and 1 that is more of a lighter rubber shell for warmer weather. Both are absolutely 100% waterproof. I also own several different types of Merrill's and while they are awesome hiking or ranch boots, they are not completely waterproof in a torrential downpour.


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Had the same Sorels for 15yrs and wouldn’t consider any other when I need warm, or warm and dry. Liner pops out to wash.

Men’s Sorel Boots


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Originally Posted by Chris G
If you want truly fully water proof, go with anything from Muck. I have 2 versions of their 3/4 pull ons. One that is insulated for cold weather and 1 that is more of yes a rubber shell for warmer weather. Both are absolutely 100% waterproof. I also own several different types of Merrill's and while they are awesome hiking or ranch boots, they are not completely waterproof in a torrential downpour.


Is this the 3/4 boot you’re talking about?

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Originally Posted by Chris G
If you want truly fully water proof, go with anything from Muck. I have 2 versions of their 3/4 pull ons. One that is insulated for cold weather and 1 that is more of yes a rubber shell for warmer weather. Both are absolutely 100% waterproof. I also own several different types of Merrill's and while they are awesome hiking or ranch boots, they are not completely waterproof in a torrential downpour.



These are great, I have the chore boots. Add some wading socks and sock liners and I'm good to go all day. Really glad you have em if have to get into a little bit of water at the ramp

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I have these. They are comfortable enough to wear all day, every day. They are 100% waterproof.


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