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neutrino  
#21 Posted : Sunday, September 8, 2013 12:24:27 AM(UTC)
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True incla. At first, if you find something that works for you, do you think that panacea, but ultimately it doesn't suit everyone:)

The point is to inform people and share what worked and helped you. Even if it's not for everyone.
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#22 Posted : Sunday, September 8, 2013 9:47:52 AM(UTC)
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#23 Posted : Tuesday, September 10, 2013 1:46:22 AM(UTC)
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Surprised I haven't mentioned the discussion subject matter.

Walking sticks, used, very helping to lower the load, and can certainly prevent injuries (not just at the ankle).
Combining canes + easy shoe in my opinion can change using the lock bit, as long as not too much weight on my back.

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#24 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2013 9:40:33 PM(UTC)
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In my opinion, as someone who wanted many space runs. And tachbata in question. It just depends on the nature of the Trek. For trips in lightweight comfortable weather and topography on moderate terrain Sprint shoes can suffice. Having returned from a trek in the Dolomites experienced snowshoeing 30 cm, rain, sharp increases on hard rocky ground and relatively large case no way backs had rested in the field Sprint shoes The shoe get wet under those conditions and cry. Looking at the people walking around mountains including those with alpinisti everyone without exception were heavy insulated Gore-Tex shoes that small cave to finish not just a trip of 5 days and 9000 feet increases together with a friend he chose to go with run shoes and left the heavy shoes in the House, he had sprained his leg twice and was saved miraculously from tearing ligaments.
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neutrino  
#25 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2013 10:28:59 PM(UTC)
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Rachel,
0) Winter Tour (rila) need to take more equipment.
1) than you described, you will lock in normal space jaunt.
2) clearly subject of rain comes, habon

What's actually running in winter? Coach's shoes have to winter. Along with GAITERS are good enough (say even GORETEX) would be fine. But not in extreme conditions like 4000 + above the sea, storms etc.

I have quite a bit of experience with a real winter. Lived in Siberia (although in southwestern Siberia, but still) and temperatures would reach to 40 degrees in the winter. I ran there on 36 and it was not moving (actually, I was late to school much:))

About sprained his leg, how did that happen? Do most massive shoe help
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