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Dan&Ann
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Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Jacksonville NC
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Fat Calves

Ok boys I know I cannot be the only one with this problem with the boots we have today. These boots are tight on my calves and ankles and make hit so hard to get on and off. I pulled the sole off my boot last night trying to get it off...What hip boot has the largest top portion for easy on and off. Maybe I should say loose around the ankle...help!

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John B.Dalton
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Two good choices on the market would be a insulated dry shod boot that is 13 inches tall or get a pr. of bekinas cut them down to 10-11 inches and get a chap sewn on.

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Donald Bagley
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Look at the Yoder Stealth Boot. Good friend of mine was having the same problem you're having so he bought the Yoder Stealth with Havoc Hunting Supply Chaps.

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coonbone
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Registered: Dec 2003
Location: Iowa
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Servus boots at Walmart, or Orchelns. If you want to spend more Bekina boots through a dealer. Both are pretty roomy in the ankles, and calves.

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Rolin Blues
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Registered: Nov 2005
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Friend has same issue with calves. He got a pair of Yoder Cougers & loves them. Light weight, easy on & off plus heavy chap. Just brought him another pair back from WC for him. Take care, Ron.

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bearhunter747
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Registered: May 2008
Location: lenoir nc
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Boots and socks

I have the same problem but what is really bad is finding a sock to stay up on my calves.... seems like the boots want to eat them for some reason

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Make a boot jack. Makes it a lot easier to take off your boots.

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Re: boots

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Originally posted by Rolin Blues
Friend has same issue with calves. He got a pair of Yoder Cougers & loves them. Light weight, easy on & off plus heavy chap. Just brought him another pair back from WC for him. Take care, Ron.
my coonhunting buddy is thick built ,he got some yoder cougers from bright eyes and they have worked well for him ,

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