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  1. #71
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    I'm thinking seriously about buying the Dryshod boots. Everything I read on the website of the dealer in Apalachin, NY looks very good. I just sent them a question on sizing to hopefully get the proper size first try. On the Muck boots I had to buy 2 sizes bigger just for proper fit. I have given up on Mucks, I had to glue the soles back onto my last 2 pair and they were not quite 2 yrs old.
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    I haven't done anything with mine yet. I just used my 8+ yr old hunting boots that I primarily used for ice fishing. The guys I know that have them didn't say anything about size issue. From what I was told the owner made improvement changes to Dryshod over Muck. Hopefully the sole was the primary improvement.

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    I've got a pair of cabelas, 1200 or 1400 gm boots, with rubber outers. Keep my feet warm and dry. Going on 4 years old, look like the day I bought them.
    2017- Started small-made 7 gallons. Long days & few nights on a 1x2 and turkey fryer.

    2018- Bought a 2x4 and built a small scale RO. 21 gallons.

    2019- moved up to 100 gph procon for my home built RO. Built a steamhood. About 220 taps and 21 gallons again.

    2020- 140 procon on the R0. Added a new mainline at my in laws. 330 taps for 24 gallons, sold excess sap.

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    I wear Dunlop’s in syrup season and all year. I wear them when I’m laying pipe in the summer months and in the winter when snow blowing or doing any other outdoor activity. They are expensive.
    https://www.marks.com/en/dunlop-mens...ots-30426.html


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