Gear Video

TNF S6K

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Yes, I'm a dork.
Yes, that is a Christmas tree in the background.
That said, I hope this video helps.

Pros: COMFORT, warmth, light weight, hikeability, comfort with crampons on

Cons: Needs harder PVC up front, need a kick-plate type of material on the inside of the ankles.

These boots can handle anything in the lower 48 and I wouldn't hesitate at all to use them on mountains like Orizaba or Aconcagua.

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Thank you very much for taking the time to do this review. It has saved me so much time. I was searching for a boot that would keep my feet warm in sub-zero temps. Your review is thorough and very easy to watch without all the fluff. Unfortunately the boot may not work for me as I have a wider foot and I was reading that these cater to those with narrow feet, but I'm still going to go into the city and try these on, hoping they work. That would be awesome to not have my toes go numb when I'm out hiking in the cold. Thank you, Brett.

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Footwear is an individual thing. My feet are what I would call an average size 10 in foot and toe length and average in width. For my foot, TNF and Asolo's seem to fit me the best if I go up 1/2 size. I always advise people to go and try on as many pairs as possible and to never look at the brand or price tag until you find what fits you best.