- Jan 28, 2014
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Here’s some quick pics I snapped, was already wearing the spruce jawns. I think the way they are modeled with the gulch on the site is an accurate representation on what they’ll look like on most people. I think they would look optimal with a shorter inseam pant/denim but with a small leg opening to still stack, so the collar is more exposed and showcased more, idk. I don’t have super long legs or anything, I’m 5”11 and these are cast 2s with the standard 33.5” inseam.Do they fit well under cast 2?
Yea I am lucky that the winters here are just mild enough to where I'm never having to trudge through a bunch of snow. I own some a couple of pricey Alden boots in shell(that I treat with their "defender" product) and reverse chamois both on commando that I don't mind wearing in inclement weather, I personally just don't view the Caldera as that type of boot for my situation. You are definitely getting your money's worth on those 1000 mile boots though! Surprised you never switched up your soles to rubber, since I walk a lot in the city, leather soles get destroyed so quickly and I don't trust them enough in rain and snow/ice.This is why I can’t spend that much on those boots. I specifically wear my boots in rain and snow. They’re all leather no rubber, including the sole and they handle it fine. Wolverine 1000 mile boot is my personal GOAT of the boot world.