EDIT: FR: Garmont Amica Trail Shoes - Gail
- Hi Gail,
Just a couple of small points below. Once fixed, upload away!
On 31 July 2012 14:09, woodswoman <woodswoman2001@...> wrote:
USA Locations and Conditions
Edit: Not quite sure why you've specified USA in this heading as I can't
see where you have tested in a non US location??
. In addtion they have been worn for several dayhikes each week of the test
EDIT: Addition is missing the i between d and t
> Location of the
> backcountry trips were in Michigan and ranged
> from hilly deciduous forest to open
> non-deciduous communities plus cliff trails above lakeshore.
> Elevation ranged from 600 ft (183 m) to almost 2000 ft
> (610 m).
> June Backpacking Trip
> EDIT: In the HTML version there is a space before June which puts this
heading alignment out.
> I have found the
> Garmont Amicas comfortable enough for dayhikes and short backpacks.of
> 2-3 days.
EDIT: remove the . after backpacks. I'd also replace backpacks with
> Although I normally don't wear waterproof shoes during the summer
> months because of the heat the Amicas have been comfortable.
EDIT: comma , after heat
> I did
> experience rain a couple of times and wet vegetation other
> times and I was happy that the Amicas remained dry inside. Also after a
> dayhike with my friends all of them returned with wet shoes, socks
> and feet and I smartily remarked about how mine were all
Edit: I assume smartily is a 'term' as my spell check wants it as smartly
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