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Don’t make this mistake! Find the right Survival boots

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Don’t make this mistake! Find the right Survival boots
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12 thoughts on “Don’t make this mistake! Find the right Survival boots

  1. Found this very awesome brown Dr. Martens: and I love them <3 so happy with them, I could have saved a lot of money if I went for them in the first place! Stay tuned. Lilly

    1. Survival Lilly E 6000 glue under pressure will seal any shoes. Also candle you shoes then a hairdryer. Makes them hydrashoo
      k and last longer. In the south we use saddle soap
      You can always gift the boots that my no longer find valuable. JR Niblett

    2. I do like Docs, but I also like the US Style Jungle boots and the Paladium style ankle boots, depending on conditions/weather. They are comfortable, supportive, but also breath (i’m a sweaty geet kind of guy).
      For winter I am using Swedish Army Surplus boots. Just the normal leather ones.

    3. Same in the UK, Skinheads love them, and so do a lot of other people. However a good number of our Skinz are not nazis/racists, but 2 Tones (who love Caribbean Black Music/Ska) and Redskinz (socialist/communist skinheads, yes there is such a thing), the “thugs” prefer the 18 hole high leg style in Cherry Red. The association is because they were trying to ape working class “fashion” (and by that, hard wearing but kind of disposable work clothes!), so Doc Matens, bomber or donkey jackets (harringtons for “on the town”) skinny jeans and braces (stolen from the Mods/Caribbean rude boys!).
      In the end, if you like them, they do your feet good, wear them.

    4. In the USA we have Shoe Goo which will repair the toe of those boots. I don’t know if you can get it where you are.

  2. Talking about snake bites reminds me of an interesting statistic that I heard years ago. “Of all women bitten by snakes in the United States, 90% were bitten on the foot or the ankles. Of all men bitten by snakes in the United States, 90% were bitten on the hands or in the face.”

  3. No Bean boots in Austria? Excellent for wet snow and a good grip on ice. Multiple temperature choices also.

  4. I’m an American been living in the Philippines 14 years now Thailand. Can’t tell you how important it is to have stitched boots. Glue can’t hack it.

  5. I’ve been using my old military Boots for years candle or seal the jungle boots or desert boots and they’ll serve in any weather.

  6. Baffin sub zero arctic boots when temps are absolute the coldest. Bulky and expensive but will save your feet. Danner makes great cold weather boots, not so bulky but comfortable. I like certain Rocky boots, like the all leather side-zipper paratrooper model for most normal situations and for hot weather, I like tan desert military issue canvas/leather boots. Lightweight and durable. Somewhere in that ball park. Just my .02

  7. Hello Lilly, the last 2 tactical shoes are made for the desert and not for the wet and cold weather the last model you show it, is the haix black eagle athletic 11 hight desert ; You have the same version gtx ( gore-tex) waterproof. Continuous like that you’re awesome.

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