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Question by PSEbowhunter. Uploaded on January 27, 2010
how do you get them to hold still long enough to get boots on them?
No! They are too clumsy. I hated em when I was in the military. They're probably surplus and cheap but spend the money and get yourself something that will work better for you.
We also called them mickey mouse boots. I presume it's the same thing?
do they make you jump higher and run faster? personally i prefer the monster buck boots. :)
ya dont waste your money. they destroy your feet. the army in the last few years has finally got rid of them for the most part. if your looking to save a buck there are plenty of companys out there that sell good boots at a good price. even if you plan on making a visit to the arctic there are still way better boots out there
In really severe cold weather SOREL's are much better.
The quality of Sorels has really gone in the toilet the last decade or so. At least it has for the Caribou model. Soles wear out in short order and the leather they are using for the uppers is cheap. The tongues crack up and leak. The leather they use for the D-ring straps is too thin. It stretches out to the point that the D-rings shift around and cut the straps.
These things are amazing! In Feb 2010 Field & Stream ran an article about surviving in Alaska mentioning bunnyboots as a must have. It's nice to have warm feet again.
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