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    http://www.treestuff.com/store/catalog.asp?item=9095

    fully adjustable sizing, like velcro top-wraps. I dislike my standard straps.
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    I really like them.

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    I as well. They may not be as durable as the leather buckle style but that's about the only pitfall.

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    I'd give them a shot if I was still rocking the spurs!

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    After all the worn out and dog hair impregnated Velcro on various gear from my snowmaking and ski patrol years I just never went there for spikes. Still use old school straps

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    Love em.

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    Velcro requires a bit of cleaning maintenance, for sure.

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    There also wider than the rubberized deals making them more comfortable, to me anyways.

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    Yeah 50% wider is more comfy. Waiting to see how they last.
    I can't believe these haven't been around for decades. Such a simple idea.