What is the approximate cost when its all said and done?I started down this road at the end of December, my boots are scheduled to show up on Monday and they had the boots in stock. Not sure what type of timeframe you are on but it may make a difference. So far the guys have been good to deal with coming close to the time frames they stated. I guess I will find out if it is worth the time and money soon.
So far the process has been fine as long as a guy is not rushed for time. It's all about how they fit for me, I usually struggle to get 2 years out of a pair of boot hopefully these will be good. I was tired of buying boots only to get a couple weeks on them for a fit issue to show up.RIght on, thats not bad at all really if they work and last several years. I'm thinking of getting a pair as well.
And that if you just buy the boot, I went the whole process because I am tired of gambling on boot fitment.Boots themselves aren't nearly that expensive. They start around $450, and I think I got mine with a 20% off around Black Friday.
Guys who work there are awesome.
I liked my Mountain Hunter Elite, but the waterproof liner did not hold up long before they leaked pretty bad.
And that if you just buy the boot, I went the whole process because I am tired of gambling on boot fitment.
Good thing I live in the desert!Yeah, but not everyone needs the whole fitment, they do sell boots and insoles without complete custom fitting. I bought their insoles too, but total cost to me was probably around $400 - $425?
And, waterproofness of mine didn't make it a season, I would have been pissed if I'd paid close to a grand for them...