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Swiss Army Anchorage Mid

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Check product closely Appears good on the outside I purchased a pair of Anchorage mid boots in the USA. The third eyelet from the bottom on the left boot pulled out after the third use.  What can I do? Full review

Swiss Army Anchorage Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars Four years old, 900K across Spain in 2013, 500K across Portugal 2015, about 700K on short hikes between those dates, in rain, hot temps, and chilly weather. Still wearing them for short hikes. Best boots I have ever had. At one size larger than I normally take, I wear two pairs of socks. They fit my feet perfect. Only a short break-in before I wore them to Spain for a 900K hike on the El Camino. Very few blisters, but when I did get one, room for moleskin. Dry feet on rainy days, but soaked when… Full review


rated 3.5 of 5 stars Decent boot, needs break-in time for the boot tongue, Vibram soles are awesome for scrambling up and down steep banks when trail blazing. Good ankle fit and support, proven on the gopher-hole riddled upper Tejon Ranch trails. Good narrow heel fit, no slipping. Warm boot, just fine for mild weather hiking; will otherwise necessitate sweaty sock rotation for hot weather backpacking.   Thick leather upper seems fine for 35 pound pack loads, but make pulling the instep tight on a narrow foot unlikely. Full review

Dome Tent

rated 2 of 5 stars Innovative design with a basic flaw in an otherwise good tent. This is the most elaborate tent I have used. It is easy to set up and compact for the size though too big for easy backpacking. It has side windows that pop out with the support of two poles. There is no reason why these windows need to pop out as far as I can determine. The fibreglass poles add to the weight and both splintered as was also the case with another reviewer at a different website. As the reviewer got splinters in his hand… Full review

Swiss Army Anchorage Mid

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Fine, comfortable, durable, waterproof mid hiking boots that are good for the mall or the mountains. I happened upon these at a great discount of 35 bucks. I am not all that familiar with hiking boot brands and have been very happy with my Keens and Merrells. I was a bit apprehensive when I tried them on because of their stiffness in the ankles I was not used to. I took a chance on these even though I don't know of the brand but they are waterproof and the price was right. I wore them home form… Full review

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