LaCrosse® Aerohead™ 18'' Waterproof Insulated Hunting Boots for Men
Awesome boots, very comfy and always dry.
My feet tend to overheat in any boots I wear, and these one's don't breathe a ton but certainly not enough of a downside that I would advise against getting them.
May 4, 2014
Throw your M**k boots away!
The best boots I have punished yet! Extremely light, they are very flexible. By far the most comfortable boot I have owned, feels like you are walking on marshmellows. You will NOT poke a hole walking through briars with these, unlike m**k boots. I was between these and the Under A similar look. They are great for walking long distance, up and down slick bottoms, through swamps, and sitting in the cold ( 15 Degrees). If I wear these out I will buy another pair. I am suprised at the price for the quality of the boot, watch the video on how they are made on their site.
February 15, 2014
I purchased these boots in the early spring 2013. I put them on in the parking lot at Bass Pro and went straight to the turkey stand. I have worn them through a summer of fishing and now through all winter hunting. My boots take some extreme punishment and I haven't had one issue yet. They are well worth the cost and have paid for themselves time and again! The Aeroheads have felt incredible from the second i put them on and still feel like tennis shoes. Hands down my new go to hunting boot!!
February 8, 2014
Best Boots Ever!
I hunt in the South Panhandle of Texas, and cacti are abundant. I had a pair of lace up boots, but kept getting needles in my foot, around the laces. I then got a pair of cheap Game winner boots for one year and kept the same issue. Then before this hunting season I found the Aerohead, with the brush tuff advertisement and I knew this is what I needed. As soon as I got home with these, I took a needle and tried to press through... but it only entered about 1/4 of an inch in the outer layer, never breaking through the neoprene. Also had zero cactus needles in my feet this year! Best boots to buy if cacti are in the area.
January 29, 2014