Now that I can hunt in pretty much any boot I want, I wear Mucks 99% of the time. They are light, they are comfortable, they keep water out, and, the only care they require is water and no sunlight. They are more durable than you’d think, too. I still hunt in one of the first pairs I ever had. I use them for pheasant hunting with pants over the top to keep burrs and seeds out of my sock, and that protects the neoprene uppers to some extent, but still, these boots have a lot of miles on them. I’ve had to patch a couple of holes made by sticks in the rubber, but they still keep water out. Late season, and for field goose hunting, I wear the warmer Woody Max. Nothing keeps my feet warm except staying inside, but the Woody Max does as well as any boot can. If it gets really hot for late turkeys or early doves, or if I have to go somewhere to hunt where the terrain is rugged, I’ll wear a lower, lighter lace-up boot, but Mucks are my standby for almost everything.