And that's what I'm gonna do. Wait, sorry, I got distracted. Everyone talks about boots, so they get their own special forum.
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Post by gumby » Wed Jan 03, 2007 4:42 pm

I just bought a pair of Zamberlans- their 634 Baffin RR (Womens) to be specific. Has anyone taken these planting? What did you think? This will be my third season coming up, I wore steel toed rubbers my rookie year, Viking black tusks (non caulked) my 2nd. FOund them to be amazingly waterproof and rugged, they only got a couple small holes in the uppers and the soles are perfect still, not bad for a shovel kicker such as myself... but theyre way too heavy. Running for choppers is quite problematic. ;) So I bought the Zamberlans to supplement, to go with the Vikings, for faster land and drier days- any feedback on these boots? Thanks.

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Post by Greg M. » Thu Jan 04, 2007 3:35 am

Knew someone who had a pair, and she swears by them. Though, she said they shrunk when she hung them in the dry tent, so maybe don't do that.

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