Friday, July 21, 2017

Breaking in Boots


5 comments:

  1. I find that Le Chameau do not require much break in, if indeed the rubber can break in at all. With a good sock, they are very comfortable and much less "clammy" as one would expect. Just do never wear them without socks. I made that rookie mistake once and they sucked onto my feet like giant suction cups and it took a very long time and quite a bit of effort to free them.

    Where I live in Acton, MA, we have quite a bit of ticks and so I like wearing Wellies so that they cannot get onto my skin. Pants tucked into high socks, Wellies over them.


    Leather boots require much more time and attention. I usually stick to Bean Boots and Wellies. My only leather boots are hikers.

    All the best.

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  2. My Le Chameau leather boots never really got broken in. It makes me sad, since they are beautiful. Of course I still wear them - beauty is pain! Lol!

    My Dubarrys were heaven right out of the box.

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  3. Them thar boots look like they were meant for walkin' !

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  4. Thank you for this post! I was beginning to wonder if my Le Chameau boots would ever break in - I guess not, but I do love them! My LLBean green wellies from 20+ years ago are my real go to boot for practicality.

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