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So just curious what folks are using for ditch boots on rafting trips? I currently have a pair of simple $35 boots from Lowe's I bought in 2012 for a Grand trip, but want to replace them with something more substantial. I see that XtraTuff now has serious QA issues, is there anyone else out there making a similar product, besides Boggs?


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Cabellas and bass pro have several different pairs . I just bought the Muck brand boots and they are awesome kind of pricey but I wear them everyday. They have a working temp from subzero to 95 and they have a vibram sole. I bought them at big r ranch supply.
 

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Definitely Mucks. Not sure about the above mentioned temperature range. I have a pair for sub zero (Arctic sport) and a pair for mud season ( Hoser). They aren't a one boot for all weather. But they are well built and comfortable.


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Definitely Mucks. Not sure about the above mentioned temperature range. I have a pair for sub zero (Arctic sport) and a pair for mud season ( Hoser). They aren't a one boot for all weather. But they are well built and comfortable.


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They make a new boot called cool core or something like that they use evaporative cooling from your sweat.
 
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