Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

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Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by ncturkey » May 11th, 2017, 7:49 am

I am looking at getting a new pair of boots to replace my old Lascrosse Alpha Bulry Sports. I was looking at the New Alpha Burley Pro 18" boots. Do anyone have these boots. Plus I am open to other suggestions. I love my old boots.
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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by turkeyinstrut » May 11th, 2017, 8:38 am

I just bought a pair of Danner Pronghorn 17", they are very light and very comfortable (once you get them broke in).

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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by ncturkey » May 11th, 2017, 5:12 pm

Thanks for the reply. The Danner Proghorns are great pair of boots.
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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by ncturkey » May 11th, 2017, 5:14 pm

turkeyinstrut wrote:I just bought a pair of Danner Pronghorn 17", they are very light and very comfortable (once you get them broke in).
Is that the snake boot?
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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by howl » May 11th, 2017, 5:18 pm

Bass Pro Redhead brand was my choice after giving up on LaCrosse quality. Thing about Bass Pro is the Redhead brand is an exchange at the counter warranty. I have not tried it yet, but I've seen people exchange Redhead items that were just worn out from normal use. Clearly this is most helpful if you live near a Bass Pro, but if you do its worth consideration.

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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by Jamey » May 11th, 2017, 5:56 pm

I recently bought the Danner Jackal 2 snake boots. Very light, comfortable, and reasonably priced at Cabela's.
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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by Waddle Whacker » May 11th, 2017, 6:37 pm

For rubber boots, I love the Lacrosse Aeroheads. Super comfy. They work well for me.
Snake boots, I have the old Danner Sharptail Covey's. They recently started making them again. Mine were about 10 years old, and the soles came apart this year. Got some serious mileage out of em. I'll be getting the new, probably not as good, version, before next spring.
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Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by WV Ridge Reaper » May 11th, 2017, 9:59 pm

I just bought some alpha pull ons..Only thing to knit pick is the actual camo...it seems to be dip or whatever is already starting to wear in places.

I've got 3-4 weeks solid on them,
So far I like em,my feet are dry and that's all I was really wanting.They did have em on sale for like $120

http://www.cabelas.com/product/LACROSSE ... 361784.uts


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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by turkeyinstrut » May 12th, 2017, 8:09 am

ncturkey wrote:
turkeyinstrut wrote:I just bought a pair of Danner Pronghorn 17", they are very light and very comfortable (once you get them broke in).
Is that the snake boot?
Yes

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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by ncturkey » May 28th, 2017, 1:13 pm

Thanks for the replies
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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by Blake0311 » May 29th, 2017, 7:13 pm

I bought the Alpha Burley pro 18" in the beginning of the fall season and wore them for deer hunting then spring turkey. Put on many miles hiking in them. No complaints so far. Some reviews complained of the orange on the inside of the boot transferring to their clothing, but I haven't had that happen, yet. I doubt you'll regret the purchase.

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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by ncturkey » June 26th, 2017, 3:59 pm

I tried on a pair the other day. I did not like the felling of the chin area. It seemed thick than my old Alpha Burley Sports. They would probably break in and few better. I may still get a pair. I have found they on sale for $83.00.
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Re: Alpha Burley Pro 18" Boots

Post by 2Shooter » June 26th, 2017, 8:37 pm

[quote="Waddle Whacker"]For rubber boots, I love the Lacrosse Aeroheads. Super comfy. They work well for me.

X2 Best wearing rubber boot there is, and light weight also!!! :thumbup:

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