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KEEN Liberty Ridge Women’s Boots

IMG_20151121_072638919 I will say these are a nice looking pair of boots. What caught my eye upon a first glance are the color combinations and the smooth appearance of the leather. They appear to be made of quality materials and good workmanship.

So how is the initial fit?

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By Jenn K.

Final thoughts on the Field Trip Jerky


I sampled three flavors of the Field Trip Jerky while hiking, traveling, and to school to keep me satisfied until I could get a meal.

What did I think about the favors?

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By Kat

Sof Sole Plantar Fascia Women’s Orthotic Insole

IMG_20151120_194511376 I will try just about anything to prevent my plantar fasciitis from flaring up. These insoles are designed for all arch types, can be worn with various shoes, and have maximal support. I gave them a try and…(read more here)

By Jenn K.

Zubits Magnetic Shoe Closures

IMG_20151125_210559082 Here is a solution for shoes laces that come undone or you just do not want to tie your shoes. And I think it is a great product thus far.

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By Jenn K.

Kahtoola MICROspikes Footwear Traction


The Kahtoola MICROspikes reviewed here were provided to this reviewer to conduct an honest review while using these for their intended use.  Kahtoola received an Editor’s Choice Gold award in 2012 from Backpacker magazine which may say something about the quality here. Click for: Full Review

How Wet are Your Feet?

Force Dry DX by Dryguy

Force Dry DX by Dryguy

If they are wet from snow, rain or sweat, you need to check out the DryGuy Force Dry DX boot and glove dryer.  It could be the solution to wet, cold, stinky feet.  Not to mention no one wants to put their feet in boots that haven’t dried from the day before.  That’s just nasty, and builds up all sorts of gross things inside your boots.  I also believe that dry boots last longer than ones that break down from being wet frequently.

Check out the first part of the review HERE.

This item was provided for review purposes.