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Hunting/Fishing Boots

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I've heard that "Rocky Blizzard Stalkers" are nice boots. 1000-gram thinsulate, etc, etc,. warm and comfy.

Cabelas brand, "1200-Gram Cordura Boot" is 1200-Gram thinsulate, etc., etc.. Comparable looking to the Rocky's, in the pictures.

Anyone know who makes Cabela's boots? There's a $50 price difference. There REALLY can't compare to each other with that much price difference, can they?

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The only draw back I saw on the stalker was that the liner is not removable if that makes any difference to you.
Mike

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just bought a pair of blizzard stalkers today, a birthday gift to myself. I'll let you know how they work so far they are very comfortable. As for the non pull out liners if they work as good as my cornstalkers you wouldn't need to pull them out.

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Do any of those types of boots have pull-out liners? The two guys I hunt and fish with haven't seen a need for that option.

Joneshat, please let me know what you think of them Blizzard Stalkers. My birthday is coming up also and I'm looking for something the wife and kids can get me smile.gif

[This message has been edited by Dave (edited 11-26-2002).]

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