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5 5

These are real good boots. I've had them for several months now and put quite a few miles into them, though just recently gave them their first baptism by fire at altitude. After getting turned around in fog a couple times and hiding from some lightning, I turned the fifteen mile 14er hike Colombia/Harvard into a 15 hour/20 mile slog fest through skree, mud, talus, streams, boulders and grass. They withstood a solid pounding and kept my feet dry throughout the whole hike. The vibram soles grip extremely well, even on loose/wet talus, Towards the end of the hike, the narrow toe cage had screwed my feet up; I attribute this to having yet to fully break in the boot (I'd put at least 30 miles into them but not on that type of terrain). Excited to get it back on and hit some more dirt.

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If you couldn't tell from the title, I love my Micks. I literally wore these sandals every day of the year-snow, rain, shine, pre climb/ski/bike, or party. They don't take long to break in, but once they've molded to your feet (which takes a little longer), these are literally the most comfortable shoes you'll ever own-they feel like gloves. The leather not only looks cool, but it feels great and the exterior/interior holds up pretty decently. While it gets dirty, the bottle opener is helpful at times and a great conversation starter all the time. My one gripe is the craftsmanship. While I won't call them poor made or shoddy, I was hoping they would last a little longer than they did. I probably got about 375 complete days out of them before the toe "thong" started to come up, a common Reef problem (I've detailed it in the picture). I would totally buy another pair (but only when I can afford two pairs of sandals)-when Reef fixes their toe problem (I've experienced it with 3 other types of reef sandals), I'll come straight back and be a customer for life. But for now, I'm paying more for Chacos so I don't need to buy new pairs yearly.

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I want to get a pair of Chacos for hiking...specifically the narrows in Zion (and similar trails/creeks). Would I be alright with saving the $30 and getting the Z1's, or would the performance on the Z/2's be worth the extra money? Also, is there any difference in the life of the shoe? Does the Z/2 outlast the Z/1 for several years, or are they made about the same?

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5 5

Ive had this shoe for about 5 and a half months now and I really like it. It feels great, holds up well and makes me feel a little greener every time I put it on. Hate to say it but I havent exactly been kind to the shoe and have worn it in some rough situations. It still is as solid as when it came out of the box. It is real comfy to. Only two gripes...it gets a little slippy when wet and it has started to warp occasionally. Nothing major, just a little curl upwards in the toe and heal. Not sure whether its the sun, water, or something else but it still works. I really like this shoe

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This BBB (Bloody Brilliant Belt) is exactly that. Its simple, just some webbing and a clamp on belt buckle but it works great and looks good. Keeps me old pants up well too, which I see as a bonus. And don't even get me started on the church key I love it and have used it to open a brewski or two in its day. Buy this belt its worth it.

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