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Labman
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Jul-27-13, 
06:22 PM (MST)
"Crispi Boots"

Anyone own a pair? How do you like them? Also anyone know any dealers in math?

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Crispi Boo...  jarheadhunt...      Jul-31-13   1 
  RE: Crispi Boo...  Mallards_On...      Aug-03-13   2 
   RE: Crispi Boo...  Labman      Aug-03-13   3 
 RE: Crispi Boo...  ljmelea      Aug-18-13   4 
  RE: Crispi Boo...  dirtygrass      Nov-22-13   5 

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jarheadhunter
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Jul-31-13, 
09:43 AM (MST)
1. "RE: Crispi Boots"

>Anyone own a pair? How do
>you like them? Also anyone
>know any dealers in math?
>

I own a pair of the Crispi Nevada boots and so far they are the best pair of boots I have ever had. I have always been a Wolverine guy, but saw these on sale at Scheels and picked them up. I was going to go with the Kennetrek, but decided the sole was to high for my liking and felt like I was wearing high heels. The Crispi are like them in a lot of ways except I feel the sole is a better height for me. I had bought a few pairs of the Meindel from Cabelas and had to many problems with them leaking or sole splitting or squeeking.

I put the Lathrop and Sons synergy footbad in the Nevada and went right to hunting in them. They felt great right out of the box and really didn't need breaking in for me.I will be picking up a pair of the uninsulated Idaho models as soon as I can catch them on sale.

For your last question I don't know where Math is?

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Mallards_Only
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Aug-03-13, 
07:09 AM (MST)
2. "RE: Crispi Boots"

Just got a pair of the Crispi Spiders. Although I haven't hunted in them yet and have only done pack work-outs, I have to say I love them so far. I had Kenetreks before but I think I like these better. Can't say anything about their durability yet but great comfort, support and traction.

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Labman
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Aug-03-13, 
10:19 AM (MST)
3. "RE: Crispi Boots"

Sorry that is supposed to say Utah! I tried on a pair of Nevadas the other day and thought they were really comfortable, but to walk they seemed to rock forward on the toes! Does anyone know why they design them this way? Pros/Cons?

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Aug-18-13, 
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4. "RE: Crispi Boots"

I bought a pair of "Idaho's" and am very impressed.I followed the instructions on u-tube and had to check my feet twice to be sure i had on boots,very comfortable and light.No yoe slide coming down steep hills in the Little Lost range,I'm glad i bought them.Larry

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Nov-22-13, 
11:31 AM (MST)
5. "RE: Crispi Boots"

I have bad feet from working on concrete floors for 30 years. I have tried several different boots including, Zamberlan, Salomon, Danner, Salewa, Kenetrek, Miendl, Cabelas, some of which I have tried different models. I purchased the Crispi HTG GTX and all I can say is these are hands down the best boot I have ever put on my feet. I did about 6 miles the day after I received them and didn't know they were on my feet. The customer service at Crispi is second to none, they didn't have my size, I ordered a 1/2 size bigger(which I recommend) and Crispi made sure I had them in time.

Good thing my son has the same size foot I do or I would have a lot of boots to sell.

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