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Yep I've got two years on my 1K with commando soles and they're still good for at least another winter, probably more. I did notice that my boots got significantly heavier when I put the commando sole on, but the improved durability and grip were well worth it!
EDIT: after staring at my shirt, my photo, Gustin's photo and back and forth again, I've come to a somewhat different conclusion. My shirt and Gustin's photo are in fact slightly different fabrics. Gustin's photo clearly shows alternating lines of blue-green-blue-green in both the horizontal and vertical directions. Mine is so similar I barely noticed, but after staring at it, all of the vertical lines in my fabric are blue, and all of the horizontal lines in my fabric...
nice find! tell me more about these merino insoles. tell me even more about where you found them for $15!!!
Thanks for clarifying. You're right I've definitely been using less SnoSeal since I've started reading your posts and the situation has improved. And yea, wiping or brushing the dust off is really not a big deal.I used shoe trees for awhile when they were new, but it was sort of a hassle to squeeze the shoe trees in there everyday so I stopped. Haven't used shoe trees in about two years and the shape of my boots is just fine. Then again, these are my rain/snow/mud...
I also have lots of problems with dust after SnoSeal. I can buff them up to a nice shine as crane has demonstrated many times, but within a day or two, dust just seems to stick to them--even if they're just sitting at home! After a few months, dust no longer seems to stick as badly but around that time i usually discover that they are not nearly as water-resistant either!Also--after wearing the SnoSealed boots all day, there's a distinct odor when i take them off. Yes,...
seriously? take it to a tailor. this is why they exist. the shirt fits you reasonably well in the shoulders. any tailor should be able to slim down the body/waist for like $10-$20. add another $5-$10 if you want him to trim a few inches off the hem, then you'll be able to wear it untucked if you choose.
awesome prices on stevenson overall company
ITT: Crane trolls crane, and in so doing, trolls newbie. Bravo sir, bravo.
win.now serious: buy any polo under $40. don't put it in the dryer ever. problem solved.
b. nelson did mine as well. great job. photos herehttp://www.styleforum.net/t/163864/wolverine-1000-mile-boot-review/1215#post_5400088
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