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Lacrosse Ice Kings

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Anyone know where I can pick a pair up in the metro area. My old pair of Icemans just wore out. I wanna try the kings and I will be inthe cities next week.

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Protrapper,
I don't know where you can get a pair in the cities, but I have a pair and they are great!
Warmest boot I have ever had. Remember to get them one size larger then you usually wear, unless you normally do so anyway.
Cliff

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I just picked up a new pair at Gander Mountain about a month ago. It was the Maplewood branch, so that would be a good place to start. Oh by the way they were
$100. Small price to pay for warm feet.

Tex

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If you ever get down to LaCrosse, WI they have a factory outlet where you could save some $$. I would guess they ship also - should be able to find a ph. no. on their HSOforum to check that out.

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Fleet Farm in St. Cloud has them. I would never buy another boot. My feet have never got cold in my ice kings.

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ProTrapper,

Gander Mountain in Duluth has them on clearance for $69.95 right now. Not too many left, as I think they are clearing them out for the season.

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Thanks guys. I had a buddy get a pair in Duluth for me. They where 70 dollars. Wow what a difference bwtween the kings and the icemans.

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I sell them at Sportsmans Warehouse in Coon Rapids. We are in pretty short supply, though. Give them a call. 763-560-2000.

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