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#3263598 - 12/29/20 08:16 PM Muck type boots help
kooman Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 02/10/13
Posts: 391
Loc: nebraska
I love the muck type boots but I had a pair of muck wetland boots and my heels slip in them and wore through the fabric quickly, causing instant blisters when I wear them now. Anyone else have this problem? Are there any other brands that would be better from the heel slipping? I love everything about this type of boot but I don’t want to buy another set without knowing for sure if it will work for me or not.

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#3263646 - 12/29/20 11:03 PM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
mbaysinger89 Online
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 07/08/13
Posts: 1264
Loc: kansas
Get some LaCrosse Alpha Burley and be done with heavy uncomfortable mud boots.

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#3263829 - 12/31/20 08:40 AM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
varminter .223 Offline
Die Hard Member III

Registered: 03/01/10
Posts: 2810
Loc: south central Illinois
Smaller size help? I only wear mucks and have had great luck


Edited by varminter .223 (12/31/20 08:41 AM)

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#3264223 - 01/02/21 04:05 PM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
Shooter222 Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 01/06/20
Posts: 187
Loc: Michigan
I use “Bogs” brand muck style .
Rubber feet and neoprene from about ankle up.

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#3265418 - 01/09/21 09:52 PM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
dirtytough Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 12/05/14
Posts: 48
Loc: North Dakota
I used to buy one pair of mucks a year for work. They would last me through the cold season and be falling apart towards the end. I tried a pair of Bogs and I’m on the 4th year with them. I’ll stick with the Bogs. Less expensive and they last longer.

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#3270073 - 02/12/21 12:10 PM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
why Offline
Die Hard Member

Registered: 08/29/14
Posts: 766
Loc: md eastern shore
I wore Alpha Burley's for a couple years and thought they were good until I got a pair of Muck boots. I haven't worn the Alpha's since. My Mucks were mid grade and were good and comfortable from the get go. Not heavy at all.

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#3270211 - 02/13/21 10:56 AM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: why]
22 Chuck Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 08/11/17
Posts: 207
Loc: Montmorency Co, MI
I hope 'muck type' dont mean MUCK brand.

Muck brand gives thousands $$ to anti gun groups. Dont help em destroy us.. Same for LEVIS....

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#3271472 - 02/21/21 11:53 AM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
ny hunter Offline
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Registered: 10/28/13
Posts: 193
Loc: stratford,ny
Originally Posted By: kooman
I love the muck type boots but I had a pair of muck wetland boots and my heels slip in them and wore through the fabric quickly, causing instant blisters when I wear them now. Anyone else have this problem? Are there any other brands that would be better from the heel slipping? I love everything about this type of boot but I don’t want to buy another set without knowing for sure if it will work for me or not.

I picked up two pairs of dryshod boots there made by the original owner of muck boots.i have a pair for mild weather called southland i use for spring turkey and early bow season and a pair of nosho gusset xt for winter.i've beat the heck out of the gusset's this winter so far and there holding up great.
https://dryshodusa.com/


Edited by ny hunter (02/21/21 11:55 AM)

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#3271904 - 02/24/21 08:12 AM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
Cranesville Hunter Offline
Die Hard Member

Registered: 09/30/15
Posts: 734
Loc: WV
I have used Muck boots for many years with no issues. Very comfortable and true fit to size.
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#3272102 - 02/26/21 08:46 AM Re: Muck type boots help [Re: kooman]
McGraw Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 03/17/17
Posts: 345
Loc: Texas
I put on two pairs of socks to eliminate that problem.

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