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I am looking for recommendations for the warmest hunting boot i can find.  This weekend is going to be a bit chilly and thought i would try the   sportsmans warehouse.  TIA

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Thermacell pro flex heated insoles. Ive been using mine for 4 years. Wireless remote and rechargeable batteries that go into the insole flush. I can barely tell they are in my boots, high, med, and off settings. No sweaty feet walking in or out.


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X2 on thermacells .  My feet freezed in everything when it was real cold.  Just make sure that your boots are roomy enough for the insoles. 

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Dryshod arctic storm.  Designed by the originator of the Muck boot company.

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2 hours ago, steelydan said:

Thermacell pro flex heated insoles. Ive been using mine for 4 years. Wireless remote and rechargeable batteries that go into the insole flush. I can barely tell they are in my boots, high, med, and off settings. No sweaty feet walking in or out.


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How long do they stay warm?

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The warmest and the most comfortable I have ever had, Muck boots...

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How long do they stay warm?

I have 2 sets of batteries and each battery lasts about 5 hrs on high. That keeps my feet warm in a treestand at temps in the teens. Wish i had them years ago. I where 1 pair of wicking socks now and a pair of rocky pac boots and can stay out sun up to sun down


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Thanks guys, you've been a lot of help. i went to Sportsman's Warehouse and found the heated insoles. They wanted $119.00 for them. I decided not to buy them there as the online price was about 40.00.  I think The Warehouse is a bit pricey.  

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Thanks guys, you've been a lot of help. i went to Sportsman's Warehouse and found the heated insoles. They wanted $119.00 for them. I decided not to buy them there as the online price was about 40.00.  I think The Warehouse is a bit pricey.  

I paid around $45 i think on ebay.


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I have 2 sets of batteries and each battery lasts about 5 hrs on high. That keeps my feet warm in a treestand at temps in the teens. Wish i had them years ago. I where 1 pair of wicking socks now and a pair of rocky pac boots and can stay out sun up to sun down


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When you change batteries, do you have to take your boots off?


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I have 2 sets of batteries and each battery lasts about 5 hrs on high. That keeps my feet warm in a treestand at temps in the teens. Wish i had them years ago. I where 1 pair of wicking socks now and a pair of rocky pac boots and can stay out sun up to sun down


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When you change batteries, do you have to take your boots off?


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I just use the hot hands toe warmers in my boots and my feet stay warm. if I come in for lunch I put them in a zip lock bag then use them for the afternoon hunt. usually your feet sweat then they get cold. thats why boots don't keep your feet warm.

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Baffin make an exceptional boot. Rated to -120 I believe. Not a boot for covering ground but ideal for time in the stand and ice fishing.


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Only thing i can find is the black mickey mouse boots that work for me. No mus for spot and stock boot, but great stand hunting boot

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Only thing i can find is the black mickey mouse boots that work for me. No mus for spot and stock boot, but great stand hunting boot
If u can find the white Mickey mouse boots they are even warmer. Both are great but they will get damp inside so you have to put on boot dryer

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The battery powered boot warmers sound like a great solution. would like to try in my rubber mud boots. I’m a little sketched out at the thought of standing/walking on batteries tho.


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Just a tip I have found

 

I take a disposable heater (similar to hard warmers). They make them as body warmers with a sticky side, and I stick about 5 inches below my bellybutton on my underwear.

 

You would be amazed how warm your feet stay if the blood is warmed up before it goes down your legs. I can stand in crotch deep water all day in winter with breathable waders

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I've been wanting to try the Thermacell for a while, but I can't get past the horrible negative reviews. And lots of them. I know that folks are more likely to post negative than positive reviews, so I figured I'd see whether there's an unbiased user base on here. We've got one thumbs-up from Steely Dan. Any other users? The most common issues seem to be battery life and inconsistent control via the remote. 

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The best thing that I've found for keeping my feet warm is to spray them with unscented underarm deodorant before going out. It really dose help out with the sweat. Good luck !

 

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