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5 5

We bought these for our canoe and they work to perfection. However I've used them more for other things like lumber, luggage and christmas trees. Cinch them down and they stay snug, essential for strapping stuff down to the roof, especially since I don't own a truck.

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5 5

I avoided flip flops for years, mostly because they were always so uncomfortable. I received these as a gift and the Reefs changed my mind, I love these flippers. I've used the bottle opener in a pinch which works fine, but my favorite aspect is that I hardly notice them on my feet.

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4 5

I ruined a pair while I running with them, too much sweat killed them. I do use them everywhere else though, great sound quality for a small price. For running I use the Sennheiser MX-75, they stand up to the sweat and stay in my ears.

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3 5

In my trail runners I tried the blues before trying the greens. The green provided a bit more cushion but in the end I switched back to the stock insoles because they took up to much room inside the shoe. They did work great for my ski boots though, where I needed some space taken up. IMO the cost is high for amount of benefit.

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3 5

I used these in my Montrail Vitesse and Continental Divide trail running shoes but didn't notice much difference at all. These shoes are already pretty stiff. In the softer Brooks Cascadias I noticed an immediate difference. My feet were not as sore after a trail run, they provided extra protection and of course support. So depending on the shoe they're going in they do exactly what they're supposed to. Dinged it a star for the price.

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