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Old 03 June 2008, 11:08   #41
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Old 03 June 2008, 11:48   #42
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has anybody tried these

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/sl700-easydry-3282575/#

i use there stuff all the time and have no complaints but not had the shoes yet

on another note did i see the sin of all sins in another thread about hub washing on Degraff trailers were there is a picture of a certain person wearing !!!!


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I have the Salomon techamphibian shoes and find them great for going through water & over portages. They drain immediately and give excellent support even when carrying heavy loads on difficult terrain.




The North Face also makes something similar called Philters.

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has anybody tried these

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/sl700-easydry-3282575/#

i use there stuff all the time and have no complaints but not had the shoes yet

on another note did i see the sin of all sins in another thread about hub washing on Degraff trailers were there is a picture of a certain person wearing !!!!


SANDALS AND SOCKS

come forward if this was you (Andrew)

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I 'd go with crocs,comfortable and indestructable!
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I have the Salomon techamphibian shoes and find them great for going through water & over portages. They drain immediately and give excellent support even when carrying heavy loads on difficult terrain.




The North Face also makes something similar called Philters.

Those look ideal - far more ankle support and much better for climbing on rocks etc.
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I have been looking at these for a while and decided to take the plunge

i bought these for 23 pound from Costco

http://www.speedo.com/webapp/wcs/sto...goryId%3D33382

they seem ok but havnt tried them in water yet

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Those look ideal - far more ankle support and much better for climbing on rocks etc.
Yes but we are sitting on a boat and maybe walking up a beach , i guess we could wait while you get rock climbing sandals on and off
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I have been looking at these for a while and decided to take the plunge

i bought these for 23 pound from Costco

http://www.speedo.com/webapp/wcs/sto...goryId%3D33382

they seem ok but havnt tried them in water yet

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