Cor

Cor

Wasatch mostly big and little cottonwood

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Cory's Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Trail Running
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Snowshoeing
Mountaineering
Swimming

Cory's Bio

I love the mountains, I love the rolling hills and I love the flowers and daffodil's

Cor

Cor wrote an answer about on September 28, 2012

I haven't had they Fugitives but I think...

I haven't had they Fugitives but I think that this Salewa Mtn trainer is a better boot from the vibram to lacing to the ankle support and it is comfy and light. Now I do own the steeps by Zam. and they are great but more heavy and less ankle support for me and also I like the tread more on the Salewa ,when I first thought I'd like the Zams more. Both are great boots I don't think you can go wrong with either. The Zams are way better in snow. Salewa way better on rock. Cory

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Cor wrote an answer about on September 28, 2012

Hi, I love these boots and are quite light...

Hi, I love these boots and are quite light and have a small enough toe for a little climbing on little holds but yet a roomy toe box.I think a 13 would fit you fine.These are not good with crampons, you can get them to work but because of the stable wide base of the heal, the boot and crampon tend to slide and snow gets between them. I recommend Kahtoola micro spikes with these, or if your doing something a little serious then mountaineering boots are best. The rapace is more stiff but only has 3/4 shank, so a little give on the toe area. Hope this helps. Cory

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Cor wrote a review of on September 26, 2012

Awesome Lt weight boots
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I would have went with 4.5 stars if available but I love them so I gave 5
I love these boots, they are light weight and very comfy. They are great scrambling boots. They are not durable as a pair of burly leather boots but that is be expected and so far they are holding up great. I have about 250 miles and 100,000 ft in elevation gain in them on trails,scree, boulder hopping, and easy to moderate climbing.

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