gaminwench wrote:I have these boots, they love the playa.
Clean and condition them with leather balm before you go;
a wipe with vinegar water (use a toothbrush for crevices),
then condition again.
Bob wrote:You don't really need anything more than 8-eye boots out there, for proper support and enough height to block dust, and allow for either skirts or trousers. Easier to maintain w/ leather treatment, and less hassle when it rains and you develop playa platforms.
AntiM wrote:Chukka boots ...
Bob wrote:Anything more than ankle-high boots is purely decorative.
theCryptofishist wrote:AntiM wrote:Chukka boots ...
Oh, the irony.
Ratty wrote:Wear something that's comfortable at home. Then..Think...Are you going to get drunk and spear your ankle on rebar? Do you run much? Can you dance in them? Can you climb? (Yes, you'll have oportunities to climb).Are they good for 6 hours? Eight? Twenty four?
lucky420 wrote:I wear chucks (that's what we call cons over here) all the time. I take a pair or two to the playa. Never had a problem with them, I wear the low tops. Last year my feet were totally fucked up most of the time. I had blister/foot issues before hitting BRC. It hurt to even wear my thongs, playa foot on the tops of your feet suck.
I was so cocky about it before (i'll never get playa foot said I ) because I have tough ass feet and am used to the climate in N. Nevada...
MyDearFriend wrote:I wear sneakers (trainers?)...
edbrez wrote:I was a bit concerned about all the talk of lemon vinegar baths and the need to moisturize the feet everyday. I presumed it was due to people going barefoot but wasn't sure.
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