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    Inov-8 Roclite 295...basically if you're used to cushioning or don't run a lot stay far away. I'm used to Asics...so I get a decent amount of cushioning. They are definitely a trail show and the amount of cushioning is slight...Inov-8 is trying to put your foot in a natural position. The tread is extremely aggressive...which would be great for a tough mudder. The amount of cushioning could be improved in their shoes...but that is not what they're about. I wanted to try them out...have the sand special .mil version. I honestly don't see myself using these unless I'm trail running and still don't until I've built my lower leg muscles back up in order to absord that impact.

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    right fellas input please.
    i get lowas issued, desert and black. i get meindle issued in desert.

    looks like we (uk) going with lowas in dark brown....

    i have bates falcon already but i want to try summit else.

    im thinking MOAB ventilator.....

    anyone comes up with anthing goretex i will shread you!

    i have now learned at the back 1/4 of my army career that goretex boots are the devil! and should never, ever be worn.

    (reason why on request.)

    but thats digressing...moabs...yes or now...for normal to hot work....obviously not cold.

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    high or low top?

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    high top...i like the support

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    low tops rucking=not fun...go for them, if you had said low top I would have said no.

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    cheers mate...always go high top, need to!

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    For those interested in Oakleys...Extreme Outfitters is selling them for 50% off...which is actually 28% lower than the USSTANDARDISSUE price at 92.50

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    I got first gen Nike's still...didn't wear them much as I tried other boots...spent too much dinero and boots that didn't work for me. Rockey C4Ts are the ***. Won't check out underarmor until my Nikes are done.

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    I thought I would get some feedback from others on here. I am looking for a good hiking boot. The boot will be used for wet/cold climate, carrying 40-50 pound loads, for daily hikes of between 10-15 miles, while out in the field for 7-10 days. I want something I can change the insoles/customize the comfort. I have been looking at Zamberlan Civetta hikers, but I am open to any boot that will last. Just for clarity, I am willing to spend 200-300 USD for the boots. Thank guys, I appreciate the info.

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    MOAB Mid waterpoof

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    Does the tread of the MOAB have tread that self clean? They look most like street or dry ground tread, I am looking for tread that get muddy.

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    Hmmm I was thinking along the lines of comfort and not goretex...as the only goretex boots I have are RAT and they only go on when it's snowing.

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    HK in AK
    Try this site maybe you might find a boot that interest you then search for a review on YouTube on the boot.

    http://search.gandermountain.com/?cn...Ne=1000&N=2042

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soldat_Américain View Post
    MOAB Mid waterpoof
    IMO 40-50lb load is a little on the heavy side for MOAB mids.

    I'd look at the Scarpa Kailash or Salomon Quest 4D.

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