REI Hiking Boot lacesThe OutfitterJuly 13, 2019Video's 181886 source NOTE FROM EDITOR: Folks who EDC love showing off their gear. Please take a quick moment to like and subscribe for these awesome EDC’ers! You Might Also Like Minimal Hikers Survival Kit May 25, 2019 Hiking in Succor Creek and Leslie Gulch, Owyhee, talking about happiness June 24, 2019 Weekly Arabic Words with Chaima – Hiking June 23, 2019 This Post Has 16 CommentsCory Boyd 13 Jul 2019 Crossing laces is terrible for foot circulation. Ladder lace is betterUnseenSpirit 13 Jul 2019 The woman has a really nice personalityBill Dickson 13 Jul 2019 Excellent advice, thankyou for sharing your knowledge.Cheers from Bill.Alan .F 13 Jul 2019 Thank you so much for solving my problem.Travis Zane 13 Jul 2019 Awesome content! Love thisBrant Pippin 13 Jul 2019 What kind of boot is that?Alofzico 13 Jul 2019 Great stuff i learnt from here today.deh175 13 Jul 2019 Georgia def does not go hiking. Or go into the woods. Or sweat, unless she's eating cheetoscfx5000 13 Jul 2019 A loose boot or shoe is what causes blisters. The up and down rubbing of the skin and fabric is what causes skin irritation. Not over tightness. Which actually reduces the chance for blisters.ΔΙΟΔΟΤΟΣ Κ. 13 Jul 2019 !Gene Garren 13 Jul 2019 Good points for sure. However a correct bow knot is a square knot with 2 quick releases. The young lady tied the top off with a granny knot and 2 quick releases. This knot. Will quickly work it's way lose especially running very fast and will tend to do so walking. A square knot will tighten much more secure as each of the two overhand knots are done so that they tighten with the running ends facing left and right. A granny one the other hand has one running end running left to right, but the second overhand knots ends run up and down and therefore do not tighten as effectively.justwired 13 Jul 2019 yah i hate the generalization of sizing up for me I like the dexterity on rock while climbing or scrambling which you loose by sizing up.. also I run my boots looser on the climb then cinch them snug going down also the softer the boot, the closer true to size it can be, compared to a fully rigid mountaineering boot where people go 1 or 2 full sizes biggerJason Adams 13 Jul 2019 even without ever hiking before I have always tied my shoes/boots this way.Survival Gear Reviews 13 Jul 2019 Great video!AirsoftShizsAndGigs 13 Jul 2019 nice asolos dude.Clark Davis 13 Jul 2019 Thanks for the information.Comments are closed.