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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    So I'm thinking about replacing my hiking shoes, but I'm on the fence on what to try out this time around. I'm currently wearing Keen Voyageurs, which I've loved so far, and I've previously worn through several pairs of Merrells. Not opposed to mid-height, but I want to stay as far under $100...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So part of my contingencies has always been to travel on foot, if need be, at least some part of the way, to the BOL which is about 60 miles away. This is predicated by the assumption that the roads are dangerous to be on, and that it would be best to move at night and rest during the day. I...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hey All! I only own one pair of combat boots and some mud boots. I've tried to run in my combat boots, but they're awful for that. It's almost as exhausting to sprint in my boots as it is with my BOB or my Lv.III plate carrier. I'm a smallish guy, and I like to be light on my feet. Could...
  4. General Discussion
    So I jog about 14-20 miles a week, lately in a pair of toe shoes that I recieved in July, I had also worn the toe shoes for hunting and camping activities. This morning I found them destroyed, a hole had appeared. I loved the lightweight feel of the shoes, about 9 oz together or approx the...
  5. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I was wondering if anyone had a good recommendation for business casual appropriate shoes that will hold up if they end up being the pair you are wearing when SHTF. I have seen some nice Keen and Merrell brand hiking shoes that look like they would pass in the office environment and in a sticky...
  6. General Discussion
    Just throwing this out there to see if i am the only one. Well i obviously am not the only one because Cody Lundin is doing it too. :) A little background. A few years ago, i was in a pretty "good" car wreck. Of course this was back when i was younger, and was "invincible". So of course, i...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    im lookig to buy a new pair of shoes not boots......i have boots for SHTF.....i want to buy the best "hiking" boots. for this scenario lets just say that i couldnt get to my preps and i had to go the next couple of decades with the shoes im wearing any recomandations?
  8. General Discussion
    After a nearly exhaustive search (so forgive me if this has been discussed), I have decided to just ask the question to other FF/EMT?Medics...what boots/shoes do you wear on duty, and what have you found to be the most comfortable? I have Bates sidezip steeltoe station boots, and 12 hour...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Greetings! I am asking options of other hard working individuals. I am looking for suggestions for a hard working, but comfortable shoes/boot. Something that I can work in the garden or work with in cutting of the firewood. I may need it for a bit of hiking, but my main concern is work...
  10. DIY - Do It Yourself
    After the fall, the guy that got skills is going to be a valuable guy indeed. Anybody figured out a way to resole/re-heel boots and shoes post SHTF? I know there's boot and shoe repair kits out there ... but what are you gonna do after the fall? I've been thinking about finding tire tread...
  11. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Could anyone please help me out with a little problem that I´ve got? The problem is that ive got a pair of shoes that are comfortable and pretty good except for the fact that they aren´t waterproof.:( So if anyone knows a simple, cheap way to make them waterproof, please tell me.
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I love my Tevas, I wear them every day. My last pair lasted more than 10 years. But I can't have had my new pair for more than one or two years, and I just found a big crack in the bottom of one of them, across the part where the foot bends. (They're also worn down quite a bit in that place.. it...
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