At some point in the past, John wrote: > Here in Alaska bunny boots and mukluks are not the same thing. During the two years we lived in Kotzebue in the arctic, we learned the difference between mukluks and bunny boots. Mukluks are made from animal furs and are the traditional dress of the Inupiat. They keep your feet warm down to many degrees below zero. Bunny boots are a rubber and plastic monstrosity created in a white man's factory, providing a perfect vapor barrier, and keep the feet warm to an even lower temperature than mukluks. People who work outside in minus 25 to minus 50 degree temperatures for any length of time need to wear bunny boots. They are funny looking, but they are the only thing that will keep the feet warm in some conditions. -------------------- Do you know of a store that will sell and ship overseas (like, say, to Japan)? I lost my good pair of boots to a septic tank accident and haven't been able to find any since.
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