What are the best Ice Fishing Boots?
Like said below, the socks are just as important as the boot, no cotton.
The La Crosse Alpha Burly's have been great for us.
The problem with pack boots is when your feet perspire the linings get wet and you are done. The insulation is sealed with the Alpha Burly's so it never gets wet.
I agree, polypropelene sock first, then a good wool sock.
Let me add one more trick. Take out the foot sole and dump in a large quantity of backing soda and get it into all the cracks of the boot and then put the foot sole back in. The backing soda absorbs moisture and keeps the perspiration away from you foot.
Lighter than regular pac boots.
100% Waterproof (Pac boots may be fine for a while, but eventually they all leak)
No tying laces.
I always looked at the rubber boots and said, "No way can those be warm. They don't have eleventy billion grams of thinsulate like these Lacrosse Icemans"
Then I bought a pair and my search is over. I bought the kid's version for my kids and they love them too. I can't say enough good about them.