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    Mudman! Sweet Cleaver!!!!

    What kind of boots are those? They look like a great canoe boot to me.

    **** you have some scary bugs out there...lol!

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    I have been feen'in for 2 days now.. used all my internet time allowed at the office and run this phone down atleast half dozen times, trying to find a coffee cup like that..Got one coming from Amazon....my next diy project is a "Kaksa"......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunk View Post
    Mudman! Sweet Cleaver!!!!

    What kind of boots are those? They look like a great canoe boot to me.

    **** you have some scary bugs out there...lol!
    Thank you.

    The boots are Made by Palladium. These specific ones are the "Baggy canvas" model, so far I love them. I've worn them carrying a 40lb pack and had no issues. Be warned though, they have little to no foot support (I like to flexible shoes), but because of this- I have found them to grip slick rocks better than any other shoe I have. Does not mean they are slip resistant though.

    I have no experience with Canoes, but if I were to pick shoes that would stay on my feet all day in wet conditions- these would be it.

    Another note, these shoes run small, so I recommend a half to full size bigger.
    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    I have been feen'in for 2 days now.. used all my internet time allowed at the office and run this phone down atleast half dozen times, trying to find a coffee cup like that..Got one coming from Amazon....my next diy project is a "Kaksa"......
    Mines was handcarved and harvest by Alexander Yerks. He's not cheap, but carves these with a passion, and lives it. No belt sanders or powertools involved (aside from finger or lanyard holes). Even the trees carved, is hand harvested by him.

    Wooden cups are not practical for the ultralight guys, but nothing is for them. lol

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