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    Grisport Hunter SPX

    Anyone had any experience with this boot?
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    I wore through my last pair on my last hunting trip. They're were a cheap and nasty pair of Kathmandu's and now I want to invest in something a bit better that will last me. I hunt a fair bit, have been in the bush about a month and a half this year and with uni break on now I'll probably crack two months so I need a boot that can handle a fair bit of use. That said I'm just a student so I can't afford the worlds most expensive boot.
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    Cant recommend them
    Yeah the are comfy boots but don't last, they may be up two what you want them for,
    Wearing them everyday i went through 2+pairs a year,
    Have found the lowa boots good so far...but a few more$
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    Stony creek rusa boots are a nice bush boot,comfy, flexible and a sole that is not slippery on wet rocks and roots.
    Not super long lasting tho like any flexible boot.
    Designed in NZ NZ leather made in china
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRADS View Post
    Cant recommend them
    Yeah the are comfy boots but don't last, they may be up two what you want them for,
    Wearing them everyday i went through 2+pairs a year,
    Have found the lowa boots good so far...but a few more$
    Bugger. Thanks for the advice BRADS. Will look into lowa boots. Any model you recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Stony creek rusa boots are a nice bush boot,comfy, flexible and a sole that is not slippery on wet rocks and roots.
    Not super long lasting tho like any flexible boot.
    Designed in NZ NZ leather made in china
    Saw those in the shot, they looked like a nice boot. My neighbour actually had a pair.

    Anyone on here wear rubber/neoprene style boots?
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    Yeah nah bro

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    What size are you?
    I have some gri sport kaikura boots in the shed, pay the p&p they are yours

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    Or I could cut you a deal on some Lowa tibet pro gtx wxl UK9 US10 EU 431/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRADS View Post
    What size are you?
    I have some gri sport kaikura boots in the shed, pay the p&p they are yours
    Mate, you're a legend!! I'm a size 10, what size are they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillipgr View Post
    Mate, you're a legend!! I'm a size 10, what size are they?
    Didn't see you post when I said that ^ VC

    If BRADS boots aren't my size, I'd be very interested
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    It says 46? I think they are 10?
    They are the high model

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRADS View Post
    It says 46? I think they are 10?
    They are the high model
    I had a look at the my last pair and they are a 46 so that should be primo! That might be a little bigger than a 10 but I don't actually like having a little bit of extra room at the front so I don't smash my toes up when I got down hills.
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