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Walking in snow up past my boots... (winter footware)

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so here's a winter specific edition of the

What's on your feet? threads.

 

so what's on your feet when you're pounding the pavement

underneath half a foot of snow?

 

for me...

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^heavy days

 

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^light days (but not in suede)

 

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^really heavy snow days... on the hills!

 

and they all pass the test too!

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work- some dressy knee high boots/lo boots

home/weekend - some sneakers

going out - knee high boots/lo boots

 

i'm not much of a shoe person, plus summer shoes are so much more fun. my toes want to be free, and i miss my flip flops.

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Aussie Boots my man.

 

That's what the Crock Hunter, Mad Max and Russel Crowe are sporting.

They're super comfortable, light weight, and indestructable.

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winter steve, WINTER!

 

do your tires have metal snow studs,

or are you just in a nice climate that doesnt see the white stuff?

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Originally posted by Kilo7-

winter steve, WINTER!

 

do your tires have metal snow studs,

or are you just in a nice climate that doesnt see the white stuff?

 

yes, yes they do.

actually, its more like Carpenter screws drilled from the inside and covered with duct tape. homemade snow tires like woah. takes a lot of time to make, but you can ride on ice.

 

I wouldn't say I'm in a nice climate, but the white stuff seems to be few and far between. I remember when I was a kid it snowed like a mother. Its been a while since we had a good snow. We've gotten some killer ice storms though. It still gets cold as hell frozen over round here.

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