Discussion in 'Hunting Discussion' started by MJB, Jul 8, 2015.
Yeah, I'm done with Danner.
Going on 5 years on one pair of Rocky boots. Sole fell of my $300 Danners twice. FK danners.
This is what the guides up in Montana prefer:
I got a pair because hiking on my surgically reconstructed foot is almost impossible without them. Full steel shank allows you to carry heavy loads. Every pair of Zamberlans.......I still have.
If you want to go cheap, I would look at offerings from Northsde. I have their low top day hikers that I wear to work for my foot and they hold up.
No sales tax in Montana
The Danner East Ridge have been great for me for the past several years.
Cabela’s and Bass pro have some nice boots. Some rebranded and some made to their specs. I just ordered a light weight pair for bow season from Cabela’s.
Merrell Moab II or Irish Setter are great boots. Cant go wrong with New Balance OTB either for a lightweight boot.
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