I have a great Kelty Streamside 4 tent, but the rainfly has gone bad. Recoating is not working very well. Does anyone know of a off brand replacement for the rainfly? Or a maker of rain flys where I could get another built?
So it seems that keeping your feet warm during cold camping trips just became both easier and more expensive. These over-booties are designed to cover down-socks if, for example, you have to pee in the woods at 3am. I can see the convenience of using GooseFeet Gear over-booties, but what do you guys think about the expense?
So around $160 (depending on the shoe size) gets you both warmth and convenience. I guess it's worth it if you camp in the cold frequently or especially if you take expeditions in frigid regions.
But then again, maybe I'm only saying that because I haven't (yet) ruined a pair of $69 booties for a midnight run. At least it's made in the USA.