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post #13756 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Chukka in suede, could be worn when it's snowing or would I use some procetion?

scotchguard!
post #13757 of 19808

Speaking about the dress snow boots - the only pair I wore that was good on the ice and snow (enjoy the steel claws biggrin.gif):

 

 

 

I know people hate lloyds, but when alternative is hospital - WTF!

post #13758 of 19808
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Lovely. Would love to see a side my side comparison with the JL chambord boot.

Chambord is a great boot. Not sure if you already own them, but if you are interested in acquiring a pair, I can probably help you out. Just send me a PM if you are interested.

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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Not normally a JL fan, and I like the Halifax, but I think the Chambord looks better in general.

+1 the Chambord is great.
post #13759 of 19808
I take the fritzl oath: to solemly swear to never wear these in inclement weather....

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post #13760 of 19808

So what DO you wear in inclement weather?  I mean, shell cordovan boots with commando soles...fragile? lol8[1].gif

post #13761 of 19808
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

So what DO you wear in inclement weather?  I mean, shell cordovan boots with commando soles...fragile? lol8%5B1%5D.gif

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post #13762 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Crat View Post

Actually Dainite is a brand, like Vibram, and not a sole type. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Their 'studded' soles usually get referred to as Dainite soles which can be a bit confusing.
The company also makes the ridgeway sole wich is a lot more rugged and suitable for outdoor activities, snow and other nasty weather than their studded sole.

Their medway sole is not as rugged as the ridgeway but still more so than the studded sole.

alright, i still prefer vibram. more history involved.

imo, a sewn rubber sole is a bad idea. vibram only does it on a very special make up, nvm.
post #13763 of 19808
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post

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don't you have the choice?
post #13764 of 19808
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post

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This is absolutely correct.
A flexible crepe is the best in slippery conditions.

i don't trust in this, nvm.
post #13765 of 19808
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post

I take the fritzl oath: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
to solemly swear to never wear these in inclement weather....
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I wouldn't wear them in any case. nvm.
post #13766 of 19808
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

I wouldn't wear them in any case. nvm.

alright, just saw your post in the other fred. not my cuppa. nvm.
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post #13770 of 19808
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

alright, i still prefer vibram. more history involved.
imo, a sewn rubber sole is a bad idea. vibram only does it on a very special make up, nvm.

Vibram is a form of the commando sole.

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