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#5182558 - 04/26/11 Re: The Campfire Welcomes Lathrop and Sons [Re: rickyjack12]  
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Great news for you and your family and congratulations. He also looks very alert. Iíll bet he is going to be a handful. Big sister will have to keep him in line. God Bless.

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#5219185 - 05/07/11 Re: The Campfire Welcomes Lathrop and Sons [Re: pieterjons]  
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I've been pounding my Alaska GTX boots w/ their footbeds for three years and they have been great. I use them for all seasons along with the Bridgedale trail or trekker and havent had an issue with feet sweating. They are a little on the heavy side but I can certainly justify that extra few ounces for comfort and ruggedness. Have you guys made any modifications to the footbeds over the past few years?

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#6001909 - 01/04/12 Re: The Campfire Welcomes Lathrop and Sons [Re: tuff]  
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Wonderful! Thanks for this heads up, and Thanks to Lathrop & Sons for their discount deal.


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