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Crispi Nevada GTX Hunting Boot

Crispi Nevada GTX Hunting BootBy Ross Russell, Rokslide Prostaff One thing you learn early on as a mountain hunter is that if your feet aren't happy, you aren't...
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Lathrop & Sons Custom Boot System Review

Lathrop & Sons Custom Boot System Review By Jared Bloomgren, Rokslide Prostaff For years I have been told that Lathrop & Sons do a great job helping you...
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Backcountry Boots

Backcountry Boots By Rokslide Staff Simply put, boots are one of the most important pieces of gear in your hunting arsenal. They can literally make or break your hunt....

Crispi Guide GTX and Hunter GTX REVIEW, by Billy Molls

Crispi Guide GTX and Hunter GTX REVIEW By Billy Molls, Guest Contributor For the past 21 years, my feet have been laced up in hunting boots more than any other type...

Review: Lowa Irox GTX® Mid Boots

Review: Lowa Irox GTX Mid By Justin Crossley, Rokslide Assistant Editor Like most of you I have used quite a few different pairs of boots over the years. Some of the...

Review: Kenetrek Hardscrabble Boots

Review: Kenetrek Hardscrabble Boots By Robby Denning, Rokslide Editor Rokslide launched a poll a few years back asking members to vote on their favorite mountain hunting boots; Kenetrek consistently scores in...
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Zamberlan 960 Guide Boot Review

Zamberlan 960 Guide Boot ReviewBy Brock Akers, Rokslide Moderator Type in the search box on Rokslide "best backcountry boot" and be prepared for a few seconds of load...
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Saloman Quest 4D GTX Boot Review

Salomon Quest 4D GTX by Brock Akers, Train to Hunt Director With my season winding down, I wanted to share my thoughts on the Salomon Quest 4D GTX...
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Lathrop & Son’s Tech-Lite Hunter Review

Tech-Lite Hunter Review by Luke Moffat, Rokslide Prostaff It's no question that finding a boot that works for your feet is vital for the backcountry hunter. Simply said,...
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Blister Prevention

Blister Prevention Stephen Lathrop of Lathrop & Sons Boots Of all things we prepare to encounter on a hunt—such as harsh terrain, altitude, and foul weather—the most detrimental...

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“I want a big buck, where should I apply?”

The calendar tells me that this is likely the number one question on buck hunters' minds right now.  The days are becoming dim when...

One or Both Eyes Open

One or Both Eyes Open By Guest Contributor, Jimmy Tippetts (Slim Jim) When shooting a compound bow, do you use one or both eyes? This topic...

Kifaru Fulcrum Review

Kifaru Fulcrum Review by William Hanson I've been a dyed-in-the-wool Kifaru fan for a few years now and the past year and a half or so...
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Clothing Systems

Clothing Systems   by Luke & Becca Moffat   When it comes to finding clothing for the backpack hunter, there has never been a...
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Idaho OTC Elk, Part I

Idaho OTC Elk, Part I By Ron Wright, Rokslide Member There is an increasing interest in DIY elk hunting in Idaho. With the...
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The “Trick-Pin” System

The Trick-Pin System – Quit Your Range-Finder Habit Darin Cooper - Rokslide Senior Editor This may be the coolest damn thing you never knew...