"I'd loose the boots and hunt in sneakers. Lighter, much more quieter and better feel of the ground and terrain."
Excellent point. You've got to figure that just about everything with Vibram lug soles is pretty much worthless for stillhunting. Sneakers are a great idea, are relatively low cost, and are great in dry, above freezing conditions. Some of the sporting goods store/catalogs (Cabela's, Bass Pros, etc.), sell "stalking" boots that have light, non-lug soles. They also come in designer camo, and will cost you 4 to 5 times as much as a pair of Converse high tops that will perform just as well.
Bean's Maine Guide boot with the Thinsulate is also a good choice for when it get's wet and/or colder. You will NOT need pac boots, even on the coldest days, because compared to stand hunting your body will be working so keeping your feet warm is usually not a problem.
Many hunters who claim that you cannot walk quietly in a dry woods (you most certainly can) have never tried it with the right kind of footwear either!
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