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When I spied the new 2006 Dunham Waffle Stomper Terrastryder Extra (can you say that with your finger on the tip of your tongue?), I thought: “Aha, here’s a lightweight waterproof insulated boot that would be perfect for snowshoeing and snow hiking.” There are lots of insulated pac-type boots and rubber lower section boots around, and they are certainly warm and waterproof, but they’re heavy. The Terrastryder Extra is constructed of leathers and synthetics, insulated with 400-gram Thinsulate Ultra, has Dunham’s Dryworks waterproof/breathable liner, and weigh a lot less. Could they be the ideal boot for hiking in snow and slop?


  • Introduction
  • What’s Good
  • What’s Not so Good
  • Specifications: Manufacturer, Year/Model, Style, Weight, Materials, Outsole, Features, MSRP
  • Performance
    • Assessment
  • What’s Unique
  • Recommendations for Improvement

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