Question about Hunting
The boots that provide good ankle support, also temperature and water resistant. Lacrosse boots are one of my favorite.
Posted on Jan 31, 2017
I like Lacrosse boots, they are perfect for hunting and other outdoor activities like hiking.
Posted on Dec 29, 2016
A right pair of boots is very important for hunting easy, Lacrosse boots are best for outdoor activities like hunting, camping and hiking etc.
They are waterproof, made of insulated material to protect from cold, lightweight and durable.
Posted on Jun 03, 2015
A nice pair of boots is very important to increase excitement and make hunting easier. If you want a nice quality hunting boot in different designs, colors, materials and brands, visit, saffordsportinggoods, to get popular brands like Georgia boots, lacrosse boots and many more.
Posted on Apr 24, 2015
Irish Setter Elk Tracker. I have a pair of them and they are some of the best boots I have owned. They are made by Red Wing. LaCross makes a real good boot also. As a rule. Boots are like anything else. Pay more and get a better product. And, I agree with joan on how you take your steps. You could make a lot of noise going through the woods barefoot.
Posted on Dec 06, 2013
I would suggest that you wear any sort of sturdy hiking boot. You want something with ankle support and maybe something waterproof . I don't believe that one type of boot would be "quieter" than another. It all really depends on how you take your steps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jul 11, 2013 | Hunting
It is expected that the dog will be restless when wearing them for the first time. However after a little while your dog should be adjusted to them. Please make sure you have the right size of boots. Measure your dog's feet first and make sure to trip your dog's nails before putting on the boots. It is also recommended to try the boots at home and have the dog walk and run with them for a while before the actual hunting day.
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