A bit of an update: they're breaking in nicely. You definitely need to obsess over fit!
Oh, and if you waterproof them with Snoseal, heat the snow seal, but don't put the boot too close to heat or a hairdryer or the Snoseal will turn black and splotchy.
This is the be all end all of the hunting boot if you ask me: http://shop.timberland.com/product/i...uctId=10847327
Timberland Boots Company made in USA with top notch materials including a Goodyear welted sole, and lining from the British Millerain Company. I love mine.
Last edited by wallis; 07-28-2012 at 04:08 PM.
I dont know, the ducks just never grew on me.
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Well said Butte!how many folks actually wear them for hunting?be it upland game,big game, slogging aroung in the woods with your walking stick and Zeiss bino`s.Being someone who does wear them for their intended purpose it seems out of place walking the streets of Greenwich Village dressed up like a hunter!
Besides my firearms, these are the next best items of my hunting rig = dove, duck, deer, pig, quail, rabbit, squirrel, you name it....
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My LL Bean Hunting Boots. Bought them in August of 1973 at the LL Bean Store in Freeport. They have been back to Bean 3-4 times for new bottoms and at least once for patching. Honest wear over thousands of miles chasing quail, hunting deer, hunting grouse and fishing in a half-dozen states. Oh, and there was a period of 5-years in Boston chasing girls.