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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by riverc0il View Post
    Lack of ankle support is not an issue for many hikers. I actually value lateral movement when hiking. Trail runners would also would not wear boots.
    I come from a family of strong ankles..

    Thanks for reminding me - I wanted to get a trail run in tonight...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmc View Post
    I'm thinking about replace my 10 year old Tevas... How do you like Keens? Get any nasty looks on the trail?
    I really like them the covered toe is a great feature 9 hides my farkin nasty ugly ass black nails ) they are comfy and seem to be grippy too

    Strange looks D -- Hell yeah i get strange looks but WGARA ~~~~~~~~~~~~Lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp Daddy View Post
    I really like them the covered toe is a great feature 9 hides my farkin nasty ugly ass black nails ) they are comfy and seem to be grippy too

    Strange looks D -- Hell yeah i get strange looks but WGARA ~~~~~~~~~~~~Lmao
    Since I stopped skiing my toes have returned to normal...



    I think I'm going to get a pair...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmc View Post
    Since I stopped skiing my toes have returned to normal...

    I think I'm going to get a pair...
    DO IT D they'd be great for when yer honkin on yer drums and getting all funky n' nasty i use them when i play the axe too -its keeps my feet kewl
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp Daddy View Post
    DO IT D they'd be great for when yer honkin on yer drums and getting all funky n' nasty i use them when i play the axe too -its keeps my feet kewl
    I've been playing in Chuck Taylors lately..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmc View Post
    I've been playing in Chuck Taylors lately..
    DDDD''Da damn D these Keens will be gonzo for u then !!!
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  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by dmc View Post
    If it's muddy I don't wear Tevas... I got a pair of footwear for every occasion...
    Oooooo. Time for a boot quiver tell all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billski View Post
    Oooooo. Time for a boot quiver tell all!
    oh billy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmc View Post
    If it's muddy I don't wear Tevas... I got a pair of footwear for every occasion...
    Last edited by Black Phantom; Jun 3, 2010 at 2:06 PM.

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    all right then, thanks for all the comments!
    I have never sprained an ankle but perhaps the closed toe Keen hiking sandals are worth a look.
    I would only do it for a day hike, overnight thing totally agree with proper shoes and more importantly, proper socks.

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