LRH Team Member
- Dec 9, 2020
- Social Circle, GA
In Canada I’d suggestSounds fun, how about a link to a product..??
Love your comments. I really do think STUDDED NEOS can’t be beat as an overshoe and the proper way to dress the feet for potential mountain snow conditions. And, in my opinion, is one of the best ways to address the true complex nature of keeping feet warm and dry ( as you have clearly illustrated )All the high end boots are good. Chippewa,Vasque,Danner,Filson,Crispi,
Kenetrek,etc.,etc,etc. There are many and you get what you pay for. Nothing beats leather and a vibram bottom for toughness with some comfort. Nothing beats rubber for being waterproof. Nothing beats goretex for lighter weight and breatheability with comfort. But leather gets wet and rubber can puncture or tear. Goretex might not be warm enough.Arctic rated snow boots are best for warmth and dryness but I wouldn’t expect to go hiking on rocky terrain with them. Best to bring a pair of back up boots.