Re: Heading back to Cherokee tomorrow
Good question. My Simms Rivershed boots have a much larger footprint than
the other boots I've owned. That offers great support when standing on certain types of rocky bottoms, but the were often awkward at first. They
also felt a bit floppy (I bought them a little big as well), but that disappeared
after a while. Maybe I got the laces right at some point, but even synthetic
materials must give a little at some point, perhaps creating a hinge that
makes them more comfortable. I loved/hated them for the first several trips,
but just love them now.