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Waterproof boots
#335442 01/23/11 10:51 PM
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I really want these. My wife is a little concerned about the price.

http://www.orvis.com/store/product.aspx?...;subcat_id=6681


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Lampshade #335450 01/23/11 11:24 PM
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They make boots for Sporting Clays (referring to the page title) ?

They do look mighty nice though.


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bridgman #335451 01/23/11 11:27 PM
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I have to agree with Mrs. Lampshade after looking at the price.


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That looks to be a nice boot but I am a little concerned about that price too. I know I couldn't justify that kind of money on boots I wore all the time let alone once in awhile.


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Re: Waterproof boots
jakewash #335456 01/23/11 11:41 PM
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Didn't you guys notice that there is leather on the inside? And I figure they should last me ten years. And I have to be ready for this event
http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2008/04/07/why_did_the_salamander_cross_the_road/

and other outdoorsy stuff.

I got into trouble when I told Mrs. Lampshade that if the word Coach was stamped on the side then she would be all for me getting them.


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Re: Waterproof boots
Lampshade #335459 01/24/11 12:22 AM
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The Great Salamander Walkathon? you should have mentioned that to start with, that changes everything!! get those boots!!


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bridgman #335783 01/27/11 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted By: bridgman
They make boots for Sporting Clays (referring to the page title) ?
And here I just wear either Merrell hikers or a pair of WELL mink-oiled green triangles depending on the weather of the clays course.

Bren R.

Re: Waterproof boots
BrenR #335784 01/27/11 12:55 PM
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I guess I'm going to have to buy something other than my black suede shoes that I wear everyday. They are waterproofed, btw.

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Lampshade #335785 01/27/11 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted By: Lampshade
Didn't you guys notice that there is leather on the inside? And I figure they should last me ten years. And I have to be ready for this event
http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2008/04/07/why_did_the_salamander_cross_the_road/

and other outdoorsy stuff.

I got into trouble when I told Mrs. Lampshade that if the word Coach was stamped on the side then she would be all for me getting them.


And if you find a white one, you can start a new religion. Lemme know.

As for the booties, I'll bet you could find something similar for a lot less, like @ DSW. They may be pink or yellow, and you'll have to go to the drag queen section to find your size, but then you won't get hit by a snowplow.


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BobKay #335790 01/27/11 02:02 PM
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I've had a pair of Sorels for 20 years now. I bought them when I was on the "snow team" for the local hospital.

If these ever need replacing, I'd buy another pair of Sorels.


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