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Fine Tuning Your Boot Fit

Fine Tuning Your Boot Fit

Feet are weird! The human foot is made up of three arches, twenty different muscles, 24 ligaments, 26 bones, and 33 joints. The bones in your two feet contain one-quarter of ALL the bones in your body. Most Podiatrists recognize five distinct foot shapes, and some anthropologists and genealogists believe the shape of a person's feet can provide insight into their ancestral origins.

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Try This Free Workout

Try This Free Workout

Our friends over at MTNTOUGH and trainer Jimmy Alsobrook built this incredibly effective workout specifically designed to help you endure deadfall. Every hunter who has spent time in the backcountry with a heavy pack knows how devastating traversing deadfall can be.

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Giving Your Boots Some Love After a Season of Beatdowns

Giving Your Boots Some Love After a Season of Beatdowns

Helping our customers with warranty issues is one of my main roles here at Crispi, and in my time I have seen and heard just about everything you can imagine. Most of our customers are good folks, just looking for a solution to a problem. Sometimes it is a legitimate issue that we are happy to help with. Other times it’s an issue that doesn’t fit into our warranty policy but we can still provide some help and a solution, while sometimes it is something completely different.

 

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Lacing Style Alternatives

Lacing Style Alternatives

Feet come in all shapes and sizes. Long, skinny, wide, short and all kinds of combinations in-between. Boots come in a few shapes and sizes too but not nearly as many as there are different feet. This makes finding the right boot fit sometimes tedious.

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Boot Care by HuntDIY.com

Boot Care by HuntDIY.com

It's no secret, most of us don't take care of our boots like we should. We go out scouting, hiking, hunting and upon returning home our boots get pitched into the closet/garage and there they sit, dirty and waiting for a little TLC. The reality is that the TLC our boots crave seldom comes. 

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