M Lightweight Footwear Systems for Snow Travel Part 3: Model Lightweight Footwear Systems for Snow Hiking, Snowshoeing, and Snow Camping

by Will Rietveld and Janet Reichl

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Up to this point we have covered the knowledge base of principles and techniques you need to know to keep your feet dry and warm, identified the components of a lightweight footwear system, and discussed some of the best options available. Now we put it all together to identify and discuss specific lightweight systems for specific situations.

Everyone definitely has their own preferences and needs when it comes to gear. There are distinct differences among people in the pace they hike and the amount of insulation they require to stay warm. And there is a wide array of snow hiking and snowshoeing conditions in different regions of the US, and the world. Herein we present some model lightweight footwear systems that will:

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