Tag Archives: waterproof

A last look at Chaco Tedinho low cut shoes

Review by Arnie P

a last look at the Tedinho low cut shoes

a last look at the Tedinho low cut shoes

If I had to live with just one pair of shoes, I can’t think of a better shoe than the Chaco Tedinho low cut shoe.  I have found the Tedinho to be a multi purpose shoe and have been wearing them almost every day.  To read more.

Update Wolverine Fulcrum Hiking Boots

Review by Arnie P

hiking in Horn Pond Reservation

hiking in Horn Pond Reservation

The Wolverine Fulcrum hiking boots have performed well during this period.  I have used the Fulcrum as a work boot, a conditioning boot, and a hiking boot.  To read more.

 

A last look at the AHNU Mendocino boots

Review by Arnie P

a pond in Great Brook Farm State Park

a pond in Great Brook Farm State Park

I have have been wearing the AHNU Mendocino boots from 2-3 times a week to almost daily.  This has been a month of alternating days of cold temperatures followed by warmer temperatures.  I have been on local hikes up to 2 hours and a longer hike of about 4 hours.  Let’s get more into the details.  To read more.

Update for Keen Erickson PCT boots

Review by Arnie P

my feet are dry

my feet are dry

I have been using the Keen Erickson PCT boots for about a month and have enjoyed wearing them almost daily.  The past month provided a variety of ways to use the boots, including a freak snow storm and a number of hikes in above normal temperatures.  To read more.

 

Aquapac Small Stormproof Pouch–Final Update

Tired of worrying about keeping your phone or wallet in a cheap plastic sandwich bag when you hit the trails? This simple rollover water-proof, air-tight bag has been in my pack on every adventure I have taken for the past three months.  From the mountains to the beach, the Stormproof Pouch has kept my small valuables, mainly my smartphone, safe from the elements, no matter where I have taken it.  Check out my final update on the pouch here.

-Kaleb R.

Keen Tryon WP shoes a last look

Review by Arnie P
looking at Baby Basin

looking at Baby Basin

The weather has gotten better, but the rain fall has been above normal.  In this period I continued doing training hikes and a week of hiking in the Franconia Notch area of New Hampshire.

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