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Spring Into Fresh Shoes

March 20, 2017

Depending on where you live, it either feels like we’re pretty squarely in spring, or you’ve had a bunch of snow dumped on you (or other precipitation). In both scenarios, your boots probably need a touch up. If you’ve had lots of severe weather, your warm, waterproof shoes have probably seen a lot of use. […]

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If you live where there’s snow fall, there’s a good chance you’re in charge of shoveling away at least some of it. If you’re not, you may still find yourself slogging your way through it since many places won’t bother to begin snow removal until the snow stops. Want to have fewer aches and pains? […]

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Staying healthy means staying safe, too. If you take a fall shoveling your sidewalk, that giant bruise on you backend will take your immune system’s focus, and you’ll be weakened a little bit while your body repairs it. Tires aren’t the only thing that need new treads. Sure, Smelly Shoe Spray keeps the inside of […]

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Cold Weather Safety Tips

February 14, 2014

Another storm is on its way, so make sure you know how to keep yourself safe. Some states are encouraging everyone to stay home—so make sure you’ve got what you need. -Stock up on food. You don’t need an apocalypse-level supply of food, just make a list for 1-2 weeks of groceries. In fact, now’s […]

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You don’t have to spend $90 on doggie boots when there’s snow on the ground to keep them warm and safe (yep, those are a real thing). Just follow these tips: -Check for ice in your yard before letting dogs run around. One good slip during playtime could dislocate a hip, or worse. When taking […]

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