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#21 Posted : Sunday, December 25, 2011 2:26:42 PM(UTC)

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Great body weight who the relevant issue big weight on your back, to sprains and felt good.

There are still a few factors – experience in foot, ankle and leg strength, fitness.

Eventually, as I said, it's always personal. Whoever starts, I suggest go for three quarters, semi rigid shoe — just in case. The shoe is in the middle in terms of adaptation to the diverse and extreme trail.

The country has no need for Gore-Tex.

The guy moving to lock strict personal decision following inflammation not moving and that will require probably a shoe that would allow limited movement of everything related to the Achilles tendon.

#22 Posted : Friday, December 30, 2011 12:51:17 AM(UTC)

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[QUOTE = afix] [QUOTE = Yagil] to
The weight on the back + weight? I.e. a person weighing 60 kg and 20 kg on his back it's rush for a shoe that weighs 75 kg and 5 kg?

Definitely Yes.
At least until we invent a shoe that can differentiate between weight of our lipid weight of the bag.
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