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In 1957 we introduced the Grange. A non-insulated, do-it-all rubber boot that our customers knew they could always trust. Today, these boots are alive and well. They're still made from our proven ZXT Rubber. They're still built to perform under the harshest of conditions. And they're still the boots you can call on to get the job done.
Really like the slimmer fit boot, helps covering muddy terrain fast with limited boot slip. Light weight, rugged boots. Only thing I didn’t like is the tighting strap at the top of the boots. Most lacrosse boots strap comfortable out of the box. If they could work on the tread compound that would be great I usually walk mine stick within two years.
Very tight around the calf and I'm not able to roll them down like I did when I had Lacrosse neoprene boots. Took a while to break in but they're pretty comfortable on my feet and I do enjoy the uninsulated aspect.
Lightweight rubber boot good for warm weather bowhunting and Turkey hunting
These boots are a complete joke. They are worth about $15 tops. That's if they were made flawless. However these boots are a testament to Lacrosse's decline in quality. Not sure why I can't post pictures of the pathetic quality control of these boots. Even Amazon's pictures of these boots reveals flaws. Disappointed to say the least. NWTF should not associate with these boots.
I have been wearing grange for years. They feel like I am wearing sneakers. Turkey hunting in warm weather in the South Alabama River swamp requires a boot that you can cover some ground fast with. I almost always have to cross some water so the higher length on the Grange is a plus. The Grange boot is uninsulated so it is light. The boots are a little difficult to get off your feet but that little bit of trouble is well worth having a boot that will not move up and down on your heel and is as light as a tennis shoe. The sizing stated on the boot is a little small. I wear a size 9 and 1/2 medium shoe but I need to order a size 8 in the Grange. I have been wearing these boots for 20 years in the turkey Woods and I always order a size 8 and it fits perfect.