Lacrosse fishing boots on sale.

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  1. Rodless_Jim

    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    The sale price I see is $80. Is there a promo code that goes along with?
     
  2. dh515

    dh515 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    The code for the extra 20% was BOOTS. Not working now.
     
  3. albacore11

    albacore11 Member Intrepid 200# Club

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    My Hamptons were delivered earlier today. I have heard the tales of just how comfortable they are, but had never owned a pair or tried them on. While they seemed a bit heavy "in hand" they are a dream on my feet. The insole is well cushioned, and the sole is thick. Probably the last pair of boots I will need to purchase for fishing.

    Again, I want to thank the OP for sharing this sale and the promo code.....outstanding in all aspects!
     
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  4. Rex1978

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    Got mine as well, looking forward to covering them in blood soon!
    Thanks for the info on the sale
     
  5. ShadowX

    ShadowX I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I used my Newport H2 just one time on my friend's Triumph boat. It was way too slippery when it gets wet. I would not trust being on the deck of my buddy's boat with those shoes on. It was outright dangerous. I slipped 3-4 times on that trip when I was pulling in the anchor. I had to remove the Newport shoes and go barefoot for most of that trip. I think the Reef Fanning sandles are much better. I wear them all the time and the soles have very good grip. The only time I use the Newport is for hiking now. It might be because the boat is made of plastic, but I never had problems with my Reef sandles.

    Maybe the boats you go on have textured surfaces to walk on. On a waxed fiberglass or plastic private boat, that shoe is way too slippery. I slipped on the launch ramp when I had to go down into the water to retrieve the boat. The Keen Newport H2 shoes are not good in water applications in my opinion. I'll never wear that shoe on a boat again.

    I have a pair of Lacross Hampton's also. I love the Lacross but mainly use it for tuna boats.
     
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  6. Holi-e-Mackeral

    Holi-e-Mackeral Holi-e-Mackeral

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    Just got my pair...

    It's great having a back up pair of boots for a long trip...

    Jeff
     
  7. Rodless_Jim

    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Ordered. Now we'll see. I still have my old Muck Cikanas...best boots I ever had, and have lasted YEARS. Still, they are ever so slowly wearing out. Time for a back up pair, and Muck doesn't make them anymore.
     
  8. Fishybuzz

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    Should have bought a back up pair....somehow they always stop making the good stuff we like.
     
  9. Rodless_Jim

    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    God THAT'S true...
     

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