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Thread: Muckboot Edgewater

  1. #1
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    Muckboot Edgewater

    Living on the island, I'll be spending a little less time up high in the Alpine or sitting in -30...and more time in wet forests looking for grouse and blacktails....

    I've been looking at picking up a pair of Muckboots "Edgewater". Anybody have experience with em? Seem like they'd be great for my new hunting terrain.

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  3. #2
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    Re: Muckboot Edgewater

    My friend loves his Muck boots, bought his GF some as well. I think he has the wetland. I have been meaning to get some for chores, but not sure how stable they would be hiking in the bush. Interested to hear other's opinions.

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    Re: Muckboot Edgewater

    I’ve got a pair of muck boots, not sure on the model but I love them.lived in the suckers before summer hit.

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    Re: Muckboot Edgewater

    Not sure on the other models but I wear my arctic pros 200 days a year and have for 5 years or so. They wear like slippers and breathe really well, Ive hiked 20km days into the alpine, spent many days on the ice in -35, never had a bad day in them. I was looking at a few of the more summer models yesterday as I too am interested.

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    Re: Muckboot Edgewater

    Found a pair on sale and a %50 coupon that worked. Had em shipped to my door for $60 total.

    First impressions after two 2hour trail walks: They are awesome. Light weighted. Seem to breath well. Obviously waterproof. Not certain how they will do for actual hiking. But low elevation/slow creeping through the forest for blacktails bucks... Gonna be my go to boot!

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    Re: Muckboot Edgewater

    I have finally worn out my Arctic Pro mucks and replaced them with a pair of Woody Max. The only knock I will give muck boots is that the neoprene upper can get picked or holed by sharp branches.
    Other than that they gave me 8 years of great service. Warm. Dry. breathe really well and just fine to hike in. Also great in deep snow.

    I was recently in Spatsizi and met a few of the young guides and wranglers who work for one of the guide outfitters there. All of them were wearing Mucks.
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