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#13780910 - 04/29/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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What size shoe do you take? I have a pair of these that I've barely used that I'd be willing to sell. Size 11

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#13788727 - 05/02/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: RedAstrachan]  
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Originally Posted by RedAstrachan
What size shoe do you take? I have a pair of these that I've barely used that I'd be willing to sell. Size 11

http://www.russellmoccasin.com/russell-tracker/




10....but wide...thanks for the offer......bob

#13795781 - 05/05/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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Merrell Light Hikers. Goretex not needed - generally breathability trumps waterproof out there.

Merrell Moab's are my choice for the breathability.

Wear your boots on the plane with you, pack a spare pair of double duty shoes like a set of leather chukkas, just in case something happens to the primary pair. Like having the sole tear off.

#13817704 - 05/13/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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I just traipsed around Kenya for 11 days in my Moabs. Great shoes. I took a second pair of insoles and swapped back and forth. They take up no room and can travel in your second pair.

Rnovi is spot on about the second pair of chukkas. They work great for the tent, dinner and as an alternate pair.

Also, I do not oveetighten my shoes, rather left them kind of loose.

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#13823479 - 05/15/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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Short of going barefoot or wearing only wool socks to put on an old school sneak the Belleville Minimalist with the 8mm drop at the heel are the quietest I've ever worn.


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#13824490 - 05/16/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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My buddy likes Solomans.

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#13835842 - 05/20/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: NDHuntr]  
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These were great for me and my son in Botswana

https://palladiumboots.com/products/75349-326-m


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#13836591 - 05/21/19 Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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I've worn the leather lined Lowa Renegades for years. I prefer a leather boot for thorn and cactus (Texas) protection. The leather lining makes them exceptionally comfortable and without gortex, they don't make my feet so hot. If they get wet, they dry very fast.

#13840514 - Yesterday at 04:38 PM Re: quiet soles [Re: BobMt]  
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Lowa Locarno. Not as sturdy as the Renegade, but maybe a little stouter than a hi-top basketball shoe. Super quiet and comfortable (even as camp shoes). Wore them for two weeks last year on safari in Zambia, and then for another week in Utah on an early season mule deer hunt.

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