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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Useful Christmas gift for 18 year old going to Minot Air Force Base (North Dakota)? [R]1 year, 7 months agoDec. 17, 2017
Dec. 17, 2017
Boots for winter in Europe [R]1 year, 8 months agoExternalUserError posted submission on solotravel.
Nov. 1, 2017
I'm going to be in Europe for 6 weeks starting mid November. My trip ranges in destinations from London to Rome to Tromso in the Arctic circle.
Soo, I was looking for any recommendations on a versatile boot that would suit different environments from cobblestone streets to ice and snow.
I currently have a pair of black Timberlands but they're not in the best shape due to extensive use. I would buy another pair but I don't really wanna fork out another $270 before my trip.
I live in Australia and am a male.
Thanks guys :)
Nov. 1, 2017
I have a pair of Dunham REVDash Chukka's. They're the most versatile boot I own and they look fantastic with contrasting laces.
They're comfortable for long hours, fine for walking long distances, are waterproof, and you can dress them up or down depending on the occasion. The only minor downside I can think of is that the tread isn't the most grippy I've used on snow and ice, but they get the job done. If you're really legitimately worried, you could throw in a pair of yaktrax.
I'm from Colorado and I am male. I know about boots that hold up well to snow and ice, but are still comfortable in warmer weather. ;)
Walking to work today [R]2 years, 6 months agoJan. 9, 2017
Jan. 9, 2017
I got some of these for my gf and I after she ate it in our steep driveway during the first storm this year. Can't say enough good things about them. They go on and off your regular shoes pretty easily and give you amazing traction on snow and ice. I've been navigating the slickest sidewalks like a boss without even a little bit of a slip. One guy saw me walking around yesterday and offered to buy them from me on the spot!
PSA: Please be careful walking your dogs in the snow/ice. My animal hospital euthanized a small dog this morning whose owner slipped and fell on the dog. [R]4 years, 5 months agogoogoogoojoob posted submission on Pets.
Feb. 18, 2015
If it's not safe out, consider skipping walks until conditions improve. It was sad to see and I'd hate for it to happen to anyone else. :/
Feb. 18, 2015
Guide Dogs for the Blind recommends Yaktrax Walker Traction Cleats. They have coils instead of spikes, so there is less risk of hurting your dog's foot if you accidentally step on a paw.
Just HOW bad is the traction on the L. L. Bean Katahdin Engineer boots? [R]5 years, 9 months agoOct. 12, 2013
These cordovan colored boots look amazing... http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/78205?feat=507280-GN2&page=katahdin-iron-work-engineer-boots-plain-toe-men-s&attrValue_0=Cordovan&productId=1292313
But I hear that they have a little bit of traction. I have a bear of Bean Boots but wanted these just to wear in between in New England fall/winter.