I've searched through the archives a bit for info about corking boots and haven't found much. The internet in general is pretty skimpy as well. So what are you SE hunters doing to your boots? I'm new to POW and am convinced corked boots are a going to be a must for hunting/hiking/firewood gathering etc. here. I'd prefer a good leather boot over xtra-tuffs. I'm currently using Lowa Sheephunters coupled with gaiters and this combination is doing good for water-proofness and ankle suport, but short on traction. Are there professional cobblers in SE that will cork these boots? Any do-it yourself recipes out there? Should I spring for the $275 Danners here in Craig that seem to be the only stock corked semi-decent leather boot I can find? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.