I haven't archery hunted in a LONG time. This will be my first year back, and I am wondering what is your choice for early/warm season boots. Way back when I vert bow hunted, I swore by Rocky Cornstalker's with 400 grams of thinsulate. All I currently have are winter boots with at least 1200 grams of insulation, including rubber boots with the same. I'm thinking I don't want to wear them in early October and have my feet sweating bullets. I find many of the tall rubber boots I have tried are hard to walk in for any real trekking. I have not tried the high end rubber boots however. Are the Lacrosse boots that much better to walk distance in? Are the now made over seas Rocky boots any good compared to the originals? I currently have a pair of Rocky Like Irish Setter's and they are a darn good boot IMO. Your thoughts are greatly appreciated!