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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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10 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.

  2. YES! Shoes are the most important piece of survival gear and most channels don’t even touch on them. Thanks for this awesome video.

  3. Timberland boots are heavy and lots of mud get stuck on the boot making it weight like a Ton!! Snow season your feet will freeze, Summer time too much sweat your feet will stink & with thin socks your will experience a slip inside the boot 😂… only good for chilly dry spring days…. and if you suffer from lower back pain dont even think of buying them. Advice, search for lightweight boots your feet and back will love you and keep in mind that there is nothing called all seasons boot!!! Summer time feet need air circulation to stay dry, winter time they need to stay warm and dry (as much as possible)…etc

  4. Lilly, look into Kg’s boot guard. It is a rubber coating for the toes of the boots. I use it on my work boots to keep the toes from splitting open.

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