Canadian Great Outdoors Blog

Spring weather is coming, and so are spring chores! This means melting snow, mud puddles, and temperatures that are warmer, but not yet truly warm. A good pair of waterproof muck boots is your best weapon of defense against the elements!

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In Canada, we say a lot of things to help get us through the sub-zero winter weather. One of them is, “Hey - at least there aren’t any mosquitos!’

Imagine winter is (finally) over and summer arrives — but without the mosquitos.

“Tell me more,” you say, as you pull a wool scarf up over your face and scrape layers of ice off the windshield of your car.

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Decked Out

August 21, 2019

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Footwear   Outdoors   Spring   Summer   Traction  

Deck yourself out for summer in the Finatic II deck shoe! Voted one of the Best Boat Shoes of 2019 by Boating Magazine, the Finatic II brings style, comfort and performance to all your summer pursuits.

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If you are finding your MUCK shoes or boots or any other closed toe shoes are starting to have a bad odour then we have just the product for you. Our TANA Shoe Freshener works great in preventing bad odours in MUCK boots or shoes. The TANA Shoe Freshener Sport is especially fast acting and works the minute it comes in contact with your shoes or boots.

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Now that bass season is well under way, you may want to restock your tackle box with some prestigious Nils Master lures. Made in Finland, these handcrafted and swim tested lures, with heavy duty, corrosion resistant hooks, are simply the best in the fishing world market. We are pleased to exclusively offer Canadians these high quality and top-of-the-line lures through our online store, Canadian Great Outdoors. Let's take a look at which of our Nils Master lures work best for bass fishing.

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We'd like to highlight a few different MUCK shoes that are perfect for doing summer yard work such as lawn maintenance and gardening. Since all MUCK footwear is 100% waterproof, our shoes are great for keeping your feet dry when walking on wet or dew kissed grass.

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