Lowrance I-Finder GPS
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I now have Lacrosse Aeroheads (7mm) and before that used Lacrosse AlphLites for both ice fishing and snowmobiling. (Still have and use AlphaLites for snow stuff, but they are not 100% waterproof anymore after several years of use.) It might seem odd, but they are AWESOME! I do put new insoles in every pair of shoes/boots I get, and for the Aeros the Dr. Scholl "gellin' " type work very very well. Very comfy, very warm and totally waterproof.
I use them during the Brainerd ice contest, and anybody that goes to that knows that it can get cold and the perfect place to test out cold feet, just standing around. I just use one pair of the wooltimate style socks (I like Cabelas brand, thin yet warm.)
Plus it double duties as deer hunt boot, duck hunt boot, snowblowing boot, etc. Key for me is finding a brand that has gussets for ease of getting into and also ease (and room for) of tucking pants into.
So.........What difference, at this point, does it make?
Peanut butter vandal mistakes gathering for Trump rally
Published October 21, 2016
She is free on bond. Amherst is 115 miles north of Madison.