LaCrosse Alphaburly soles coming off

cosmicmuffin

New Member
Joined
Oct 22, 2012
Messages
4
Had a set of Browning's do that several years down the road. Contacted Browning they told me to pick a new pair from catalog,no charge. Cant beat that!
 

Dean2

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 31, 2010
Messages
696
Location
Alberta
Used my boots this morning and both soles are coming off. They are not leaking just the glue or whatever the factory used to attach the soles has given up.
LaCrosse Alphaburly
Not very old maybe 3 years at most and not a lot of use. They do stay in my Truck and maybe the hot Georgia summers didn't help.
Does anyone have a glue / attachment recommendation?
Thanks
Like the other guys have said, contact the company and talk to them about repair or mail them back with a letter inside. I have sent back huntng boots for repair to Redwing and Tuberg. Great service, neither charged me and the boots came back almost new.
 

MIBirdhunter

Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2020
Messages
6
Location
South haven Michigan
Did you happen to buy them through Cabelas? I had a very expensive pair of Rocky bird hunting boots fall apart after almost no use and Rocky told me one year warranty.. too bad. Contacted Cabelas and they made it right.. great company. Maybe who sold you your boots will stand behind the sale and want to keep you as a returning customer.
 

Casimirblue

Member
Joined
Dec 13, 2012
Messages
18
Location
GA
Did you happen to buy them through Cabelas? I had a very expensive pair of Rocky bird hunting boots fall apart after almost no use and Rocky told me one year warranty.. too bad. Contacted Cabelas and they made it right.. great company. Maybe who sold you your boots will stand behind the sale and want to keep you as a returning customer.
I bought them from a small store in Opelika, Alabama. I believe. Just driving thru one day.
 

Bucklowery

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 1, 2013
Messages
337
Location
northwest florida
Don’t use gorilla glue. The same thing happened to me on a turkey hunt. In their defense I leave my boots on boot dryers and that may have contributed
The gorilla glue got me through the hunt but my soles were brick hard

Thanks

Buck
 

tripdad

Member
Joined
Mar 28, 2015
Messages
19
B6000 i think it us called maybe b6500. Can get at Dollar General and walmart. It is like shoe goo but better. I was a welder and have glued up a lot of holes in boots and seams back together something about molten metal and sewn seams dont go together.
 

Peddler 76

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 11, 2018
Messages
285
Location
Oswego,NY
They are only guaranteed for one year, that’s standard in the footwear industry.

The Georgia heat definitely contributed to their demise.
 

Trending threads

Top