28 Sep '17, 3pm

@vegansaurus

I've owned a pair of Intrepid Explorers for 4-5 years now and use them solely for ice fishing, mostly in upstate NY and the Adirondacks and typically in bitter cold conditions. I absolutely love them. I'm typically on the ice from before sunrise to after sunset, do 20-30 trips per year, and put an estimated 60-90 miles on them per year. My feet rarely get cold and never get soar in these boots. They are incredibly comfortable. The first pair I bought leaked but the replacement pair, which was covered, has been waterproof to satisfaction. I spend alot of time dragging my sled and sprinting to tipups and the traction is great (need ice cleats for glass ice). My first pair of ice fishing boots was a pair of Caribou's, that I still wear on occasion, but my feet tend to get cold and soar after a while. If you're looking for a pair of ice fishing boots, do yourself a favor and s...

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