Whether hog hunting or doing tactical training, we need our feet to be comfortable, stable and sure. Different circumstances call for different boots, so SHWAT™ writers keep testing and reporting back to you here. Part One introduced the Original Muck Boot, Part Two tested the LaCrosse Venom Scent HD™ Realtree® APG HD® Snake Boots. Now that we're up to Part Three of Boots On the Ground, let's take a look at two very different boots: Under Armour’s Speed Freeks and the LaCrosse Adders.
It’s April in East Texas. Cool during the moonless night, warm in day. The landscape is rolling and green. Trees reach heights of 120 feet in this logging area. There’s been plenty of rain, and there are a lot of marshy areas here, too. The rain continues every few days or nights. The vegetation under the trees is thick enough to conceal lots of hogs. And snakes. I hate snakes.
I have to admit, there’s a certain part of me that’s a bit hesitant to head out. We’ve been warned.
Solid tactics include solid planning. Hours spent obsessing over guns, ammo, and scheming of ways to come up with the cash for night vision gear can all go to waste if you wind up in the field and your feet are miserable. And maybe your wallet when your boots get ruined from slogging through mud. Different occasions might call for different gear, and that includes different footwear. Let's take a look at the real deal Muck Boots. I've abused them thoroughly for a couple of years, and have the info you need when prepping for your next tactical hog hunt.
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