Inexpensive boots that you can winterize. Ozark Trail Men's Bronte Hiking Shoe After five years of almost daily use in all weather, these inexpensive boots just keep going. They fit comfortably and after sealing with SNO-SEAL and replacing the laces with longer laces, these boots work very well. They are light and you can get Microspikes on and off them easily. Not insulated, but I use them all winter except when the snow is very deep. They don't have aggressive VIBRAM soles and I would not use… Full review
Bought these shoes and first time out of box, maybe 20 minutes on, the entire sole came off. Waste of money, never again!!! Would not recommend this product to anyone! When you take a shoe out of the box you expect it to last a while, not 20 minutes. Had to leave the job site and go buy shoes to work. Full review
I have bought a few pairs of the boots and shoes for men. And it's a country flip if they make a bad odor. I wore the last pair shoes for about two hours and could start smelling them. Switch shoes (after washing again) and nothing. I'm sure it's in the material in some of shoes. But very comfortable. Full review
Door zipper catchs flap. Tears flap. Destroys zipper. Was easy to set up. Only complaint was the zipper hangs on the front door flap, destroyed flap and zipper. Think I put it on twitter see how many people had this problem. All I can do now is throw it away. Full review
I have the 9x9 First Up dome tent tan with brown and blue trim. Need a rain fly; will buy tent to get rain fly. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks. Full review
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