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    Bought a pair, almost puked at the price, but so comfy in my rubbers walking in the woods. Great breathablity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingman Cruncher View Post
    Bought a pair, almost puked at the price, but so comfy in my rubbers walking in the woods. Great breathablity.
    Nothing at the moment but sometimes GoBros.com will have them on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VtPalmaShooter View Post
    Nothing at the moment but sometimes GoBros.com will have them on sale.
    i have been checking all over the last few month, but couldnt find the style, height, and size I needed so paid like $26 with free shipping to get what I wanted on EBay. Probably some knock offs.

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    My wife always checks the men’s department any time she visits a TJ Maxx store. She has found me a few pairs on sale for around $10.

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    I like the minus 33 socks. But also have the Darn Tough brand as well.

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    I bought a pair last year to wear with uninsulated rubber boots, over the calf, I think they were called hunter. I liked them except my feet always felt a little bit wet, I started wearing a pair of regular socks underneath them and that solved it. I used that setup until the temp was in the single digits, then I switched to insulated boots. They seem to be very well made and didn’t stretch out like other wool socks I have. I’d like to get a second pair for next year, hoping to find them on sale though, paid $40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLostBeaver View Post
    I bought a pair last year to wear with uninsulated rubber boots, over the calf, I think they were called hunter. I liked them except my feet always felt a little bit wet, I started wearing a pair of regular socks underneath them and that solved it. I used that setup until the temp was in the single digits, then I switched to insulated boots. They seem to be very well made and didn’t stretch out like other wool socks I have. I’d like to get a second pair for next year, hoping to find them on sale though, paid $40.
    I find military sock liners that are poly pro keep the moisture off the skin. Rubber boots are a love hate relationship, because they don’t breath.

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    Keep an eye on GoBros.com. They are constantly having discounts. I've got all mine through them and usually pay around $20- $22 bucks.
    I love it when a plan comes together!

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