works well. the only thing i have is that the draw string might be just a little too long. good tight fit.
I've been using this for ice fishing in Minnesota. It's so warm and the quality is great. I wear this over my north face. I am blown away by this jacket.
Thank you. Son is still warm while he prosylites on his mission in Utah. So it past the needs and requirements test.
Great shoe and comfortable. I am flat footed but the small arch is not that uncomfortable. On my feet, a lot due to my lawn and landscape business. As far as size it is the same fit as my Under Armour. Breath very well and great on wet surfaces.
I purchased these for a 7 day backpack in Olympic National Park. If you are hard-core ultra-light, you could remove the insoles, resulting in a weight of 234 grams / 8. Several river fords were on the route. I had high hopes for these and they surpassed my expectations. In my opinion, this would degrade their utility and comfort as camp shoes. They worked very well for river crossings, protecting my feet from rocks and giving decent traction. 2 ounces. They dried fairly quickly. They were also excellent camp shoes. In a situation where weight was not an issue, this could be considered to be a negative. And they are extremely light. 5 weigh 260 grams / 9. My past favorite camp shoes were Nike Mayfly's, a racing flat that is no longer made. A pair of those in size 9. 25 ounces. 5 weigh 270 grams / 9. The holes in the soles (rhyme unintended) pick up small rocks and sticks. 5 ounces. (They aren't great as water shoes. ) A pair of the Aikiki's in size 9.