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Tried these on at the store, along with some other pairs. I ended up going for Lowas Ticams because they're fit my feet better however I was really impressed about how comfortable they were. They fit like a pillow around my ankle, making it a really tough choice. They have a lot of support for heavy loads as well as a wide toebox. They seem like would be pretty durable since they're full leather and the rubber rand goes completely around the boot. One thing I wasn't sure of was the degree of rocker on the sole. I'm not crazy about this feather because although it saves energy by eliminating footflex I always feel that I don't have as good a grip on steeper terrain. Just my preference though.

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I'm doing an update from about a year ago. I have had my tempests for over two years now and I've used them fairly often from everything from rockscrambling, light hiking, and casual use. The more I've worn them, the more I really like them. If suppose since I go back and forth between boots depending on the trip, terrain, and duration, these boots have held up remarkably well. They've broken in so well in fact that they're my favorite shoes to wear, because they're so stable and comfortable. They're very grippy and the sole has faired well despite frequent use. They're not waterproof by any means and a light rain will soak through pretty quickly so if you think you're going to hit weather, choose another shoe. They do dry out very quickly however if you happen to get caught, just stuff them with tissues, paper towels, bandanas etc. Great boot.

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