There's a saying you can tell a lot about a guy by the shoes on his feet. And without question, nothing can make a hunt more miserable that wearing shoes that aren't up to the task.
While LaCrosse is the brand I like best, I'll actually be wearing a pair of Red Heads on morning morning that I got over the summer using my Cabelas points. I've just never been one to spend more than $100 for a pair of hunting boots. So maybe my choice of hunting boot makes me a guy who looks for the middle ground when it comes to spending money.
I've become a real fan of these over the past couple years. Great traction, 400 grams thinsulate and slip on. Perfect for cold (not bitter cold) temps. Easy to kick off in the blind if the feet start to get a little toasty or if they get a little chilled and need a quick hover over the heater buddy. Have some 800 gram Rockies for colder stuff.
It's gonna be sloppy wet here. Probably be wearing my brand new Laccross insulated rubber boots. I used to buy Guide gear because they were cheaper, but it seemed like they lost their waterproof pretty quickly. Wet feet sucks when it is cold.
Looks like it will be to cold for snakes so will probably wear some Gore Tex Under Armor hunting boots. Not really a big fan of Under Armor because of their outrageous prices, but I got these over 50% off and they are probably the most comfortable hunting boots I have ever owned.