But when I woke up this morning, and put my blistered foot on the ground I didn think, hurts unfortunately my mind thought, time I do this, I gonna be more careful with my socks and keep my feet dry, then maybe I will be able to really move the last 10 miles racewent pretty well the first 30 miles, GU was easy to digest, I felt relaxed and was drinking plenty of water. Coming up out of El Dorado Creek things started to get hard, it was finally getting hot and I powerhiked the entire 3 miles up to Michigan Bluff. I knew once I got cooled off and got food from my crew at 55 my legs would be able to rock and roll to Foresthill and hopefully all the way down to Rucky Chucky; possibly beyond.
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Probably less grip than a lug sole. I wouldn go hiking in them, but walking around streets in the snow should be fine. The leather is really nice (in my uneducated opinion), but if you plan on doing that a lot then I probably waterproof them (Oliberte sells a wax).
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