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Old May 19th, 2017
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Default Waterproof snake boot suggestions

Can y'all please provide suggestions and experiences good or bad for waterproof snake boots. I've never owned a pair but really need them. The woods on my home farm has a bayou, Bottomland hardwoods that holds water half the time and tons of palmettos. Also have major briar patches and thickets. We have a very big and bad population of cottonmouths and copperheads. I'm wanting a very durable boot that can stand up to the briars and also allow me to walk through water at depths a little higher than the ankle for a few minutes. I appreciate the help!
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Old May 19th, 2017
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I have had the Lacrosse Alpha snake boots for a couple years now and they are holding up great. I have had other Lacrosse boots that weren't so good but I am very pleased with these. They are a little stiff but once you break them in they are comfortable. Also I have been knee deep water with them and they don't leak.
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Lacrosse Alpha is what you're looking for....as stated they are a bit stiff, but if you want something that will keep you dry this is a good choice....I would order a half size larger as imo they run a little small...I've had several pairs of side zip snake boots and they will all get you wet


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I have the lacrosse Adder boots, 4 yrs going strong and I wear them like rubber boots


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i have had the lacrosse mudlite snake boots for about 4 years. they are awesome on flatland but a bit stiff for hiking hilly terrain. the new versions are supposed to be more pliable. they are pretty much armored rubber boots, you will not get wet with them.

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Better go read that other thread too.
Nasty cottonmouths sleeping up on palmettos.
That is waist high .
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I've tried several and the best by far was Irish Setter.


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