Sometimes – perhaps oftentimes – nothing beats a KEEN.
That’s certainly the case with the new KEEN Summit County III boot. Last year, I gave the Summit County II boot a … Continue reading
Say what you want about winter footwear, convenience and comfort is where it’s at.
I’ve been trying out a pair of Kamik Champlain boots for about three months now, and I have no reluctance to say almost anyone who spends … Continue reading
I’ve been experimenting with two different KEEN hiking boots over the summer here in Canada’s Northwest Territories with pleasant, albeit, different results.
First up is the KEEN Oregon PCT boots. These big bruisers … Continue reading
Landing on Mother Earth, a spinning orb opens; apparitions appear. One begins to speak—turns out they know English. “Take me to . . .” are the only words spoken before one in the crowd yells, “Red Wing, Minnesota!” Shocked, the … Continue reading
In the past year or two, my affinity towards fashion and clothing items has changed dramatically — where I used to covet shoes and a nice-fitting pair of jeans, I know hoard any and all types of gear. I’ve got… Continue reading
A powerful producer in David Lynch’s Palme d’Or nominated “Mulholland Drive,” demands a special actress for a role in this movie-within-a-movie with the oft-repeated line: “This is the girl.”
The highly awarded VASQUE has its own cast of shoes, boots … Continue reading
This is a tale of two feet – KEEN style.
For quite a few years, I’ve been looking for the perfect – or at least tolerable – paddle boot.
Ontario’s Georgian Bay and its surrounding waterways are where I do … Continue reading
The snow conditions haven’t been kind to snowshoers this season. That’s no secret. For those lucky enough to have snow, they had to creative with finding the right trail.
My story for the 11/12 season is no different: I had … Continue reading
I was never a fan of the unisex, twin-faced sheepskin boots that have become trendy in recent years; in every color and every brand, I thought they look bulky and awkward, shapeless and sloppy. So, when California-based Aussie Dogs asked … Continue reading