Most comfortable Boot

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Kwaksmoka

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I’ve got snake boots that I like but want a pair of boots that are comfortable when I’m not worried about snakes. I’ve got a pair of danner sharptail but they truly aren’t that great. I’ve had numerous pair of Danner’s and these don’t work. I want something like a tennis shoe but a boot! What you recommend?
 
I've had good luck with some of the Military/Tactical boots. I'd recommend trying them on instead of buying them online to make sure you find something comfortable you like.
 

Gaswamp

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merrell moabs
 
My Solomon Quest 4D GTX Gen 2's are like wearing slippers. Though they do rub the back of my heel after some pretty far walks/Hike's.
They can give you soggy feet if you are not careful.
 
crispi or zamberlan
if you are looking for light weight checkout the crispi crossovers. I workout in these and there good.
I hunt out of the zamberlan gtx guides. super tuff boots that is very very comfortable for miles and miles. both boots broke in quick and easy.
I probably want never ever own danner again. they dont hold up and arent comfortable to me. but boot fit is very different from foot to foot.
 
I like my Redwing's,,,,
Before I retired, the office I worked out of was in Greenville, SC. There is Redwing outlet store there I use to buy all my boots at ! Don't hear of them much unless online or near a outlet storefront ! Boots are something I can't buy without trying them on.
 

Cmp1

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Before I retired, the office I worked out of was in Greenville, SC. There is Redwing outlet store there I use to buy all my boots at ! Don't hear of them much unless online or near a outlet storefront ! Boots are something I can't buy without trying them on.
I've had mine for 8yrs now,,,,
 
OzarkTrail,lite weight,very comfortable,you don’t need toe warmers,good traction
Left finger loop is too small so I use a coat hanger to pull on(once I get my shoe strings set that’s it).
 
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