Posted: February 10, 2021
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.
Posted: August 16, 2019
Follow SOLO HNTR Tim Burnett as he pursues a lifelong dream of chasing Dall sheep in Alaska. Available to the public in late September 2019, this film is debuting on CrispiUS.com first, along with multiple giveaaway opportunities!
Posted: June 18, 2019
Boots have become sort of a frustrating topic for me. It seems that I’m always looking for the right boot for my needs and am usually left scratching my head. In the past, I have always landed on a soft sole boot. These have been great in terms of comfort, but in the land of durability and being waterproof?
Posted: May 10, 2019
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.
Posted: October 07, 2016
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.
Posted: August 16, 2016
Dustin Wittwer of Team Backcountry has been using the Crispi Idaho GTX for the better part of the year. He's drawn a coveted archery elk tag in Utah and has spent many miles scouting this summer for that hunt and as a culmination of time spent in the backcountry, we asked him to
Posted: June 15, 2016
Testing a mountain hunting boot can be accomplished anywhere in North America, but many mountain hunters have a different kind of respect for the proving grounds that Alaska can be on both footwear and hunting gear in general.
Posted: June 08, 2016
One thing you learn early on as a mountain hunter is that if your feet aren't happy, you aren't having fun! If you choose the wrong boot for your feet and the conditions, you'll suffer and likely cut your trip short
Posted: June 05, 2016
After two hunting seasons and easily over 300 miles of hiking, I can honestly say the Crispi Nevada’s are the best boots I have ever owned. I have yet to get a single blister or hot spot on my feet.
Posted: March 22, 2016
In my line of work, being a boot is a tough job. It means long days, long nights and miles of rugged, unforgiving country.
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