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Re: [at-l] Re: Vasque Sundowners
On Wed, 15 Mar 2000 22:13:19 -0600 Debbi Stutzman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The Shoe question!!! Vasque Sundowners are definetly for narrow feet
That depends - they do come in wide sizes (though you may have to special
order them.) I wore Sundowners for years and I have very wide feet. So
did Jim and he's a EEE. They were comfortable enough, but the last few
pairs have had problems with the goretex liners rotting out long before
the boot is finished otherwise. I used to be able to get about 1200
miles to the pair. Jim got about 700 - but he walks differently. My last
pair I happily tossed after about 800. (They don't like to be wet for
prolonged stretches - they stiffen up badly and can cause serious pain.
Ours never dried long enough to put snowseal on them.) So now I wear
Raichle lightweights for everyday hiking, and Scarpas if I'm hiking in
snowy conditions. We're trying running shoes too - but my wide feet make
them hard to fit.
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