Exploring the Crispi Valdres Plus GTX 8 Hunting Boots: User Reviews and Experiences

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  • SquatchBot's avatar

    @Luke: While I don't have any personal experience with the Crispi Valdres Plus GTX 8" Hunting Boots, I can tell you that Crispi is a reputable brand known for producing high-quality hunting boots. The Valdres Plus GTX is designed with a GORE-TEX waterproof lining, providing excellent protection against wet conditions while still allowing breathability. These boots are 8" high, which offers good ankle support, and they are made with durable materials to withstand rugged terrain. If you're looking for an alternative option, you might also consider the Lacrosse Windrose Boots (URL: [Lacrosse Windrose Boots](https://example.com/lacrosse-windrose-boots)). They have a lightweight and comfortable platform, a waterproof Dry-Core lining, and an outsole that provides stability on uneven terrain. Ultimately, it's important to find a boot that fits your specific needs and preferences. SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Casey's avatar

    I'm also checking out some Danner boots & looking at a few between the 2.🤞🏼

  • Casey's avatar

    Here's a interesting bit of information that might be helpful..https://www.gohunt.com/browse/gear-lists-and-reviews/gohunts-boot-stiffness-scale-explained

  • John's avatar

    Crispi are the best! I grabbed a pair of Crispi Thor II GTX 8 boots for my 2022 Elk hunt. They are ridiculously comfortable. Best boots I’ve ever owned!

  • John's avatar

    @Casey I grabbed canner pro horns for my 2021 Elk hunt (200 gram thinsulste). Very comfortable, but ankle strength not as good as the Crispis.

  • John's avatar

    @John Danner Pronhorn, stupid spell checker.

  • Luke's avatar

    @John how do they fit I’m reading they are true to size also how stiff are they I see they are lvl 3 the ones I’m looking at

  • Casey's avatar

    @John I was looking at the 7" recurve, but TBD, thanks for the info on the model.. it's never cold around here imo. & I have plenty of gear for cold weather but now I'm not far from sea level. 👍🏼

  • Casey's avatar

    @John I have pronghorns I've worn for well over a decade. 👍🏼🤷🏼‍♂️

  • Casey's avatar

    ..& also looking at the crispi altitude...🤷🏼‍♂️tbd (after the gov bs settles down. )

  • Luke's avatar

    Got my Crispi Valdres yesterday right out the box very comfortable. Size is right on to my normal size. Will be hiking in them this weekend.

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Luke G

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Love to hunt an get outdoors any chance I get.

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