Winter Boot Love: My Go-To Favorites

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  • Ferg's avatar

    Currently my go to boots are crispi Nevada’s

  • Casey's avatar

    Ak or ca?

  • Everyday's avatar

    @Ferg I’ve heard a lot of good things about Crispis but haven’t tried them yet. Maybe I’ll have to give those a shot!

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    @Casey AK 🇺🇸

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    @Everyday there a really good boot. Haven’t tried them in the snow yet but general weather, cold and ice have been great, nice insulation and plenty comfortable. Am also looking at the summit 2 boot they do for summer weather. Quite expensive boots but you will get 10 years out of them no probs. Worth the investment i think

  • Casey's avatar

    @Everyday I would've guessed California.

  • Arne's avatar

    Was on a thread a while back about keeping feet warm and I was surprised how many people didn’t know about bunny boots! Currently working in Prudhoe, -30 tonight, was -39 last night, w wind chill -52. Great picture!

  • Everyday's avatar

    @Arne it is surprising how many people haven’t heard of them! Burrrrr! 🥶 That’s when gear really gets tested! Thank you!

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