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KEEN Men S Coronado III Slip On Suede Shoe 9 Dove Grey
Features of the KEEN Men's Coronado III Slip-On Suede Shoe Suede Upper Canvas lining for lightweight breathability PU insole with arch support for long-lasting comfort Higher-traction rubber Outsole Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery Slip-on design for easy on and go
Daniel M. Kane "dnk": tongs are tongs they work, i like the silicone ends, but in the longrun their just tongs
"designerchef": I am probably Amco's biggest supporter. Their products are not only professionally stylish but are the most practical tools I've ever owned.What makes these tongs especially great is it's ability to be used on non-stick surfaces. This is especially important and a necessary investment when you've already poured out hundreds on your All Clad Ltd, Calphalon, Analon and other professional non-stick cookwares.These tongs are useful when you're frying/bbq ing on a non stick grill. This is the most useful tool for flipping meat, pork and other stuff on non-stick grills.
D. Johnston "D J": I bought these tongs for use in non stick, and cookware I didn't want to get scratched.Worked out very well.
"enjers": After purchasing this quite a while ago from Amazon and after almost daily use since then ::: It's THE SAFEST utensil that this older, rather unsteady, & quite short woman has found so far to handle ANY hot foods cooking on any flat surface. -- Just for one example : I oven-char many veggies before using in a recipe : eggplant, tomatoes, garlic, onions, etc. The idea is to blacken & blister the veggies' skin all over under the oven broiler, so it then comes off very easily after a brief icewater bath. -- For me, it's better if I can rotate the veggies while they're still under the broiler, rather than having to pull the broiler pan in & out to do it. Well, before I tried these tongs it was always either my oven mitt or ME, not the veggies, which got the most charring-blackening-blistering during the rotating process! In answer to a previous reviewer's difficulty using the tongs with regular metal (not nonstick) pans: We have sets of both types of pans. These tongs WILL work perfectly with regular metal pans IF you apply a very light spray or coating of some sort on the pan. -- Our choice is always a good-quality olive oil [the Misto sprayer sold here at Amazon does a fantastic & quick job of delivering a truly LIGHT coating of any oil]. However, a very small amount of any cooking oil or even butter, spread around with a paper towel as the metal pan is just beginning to warm, will also do the trick. -- Let's face it, nothing but a heavy hand with a heavy spatula is gonna pry a pork chop off a metal surface on or under high heat! This and especially its shorter companions (which were also available at one time here at Amazon too, not sure if they still are) make very good-looking & easy-to-use SERVING utensils AT THE TABLE, for various kinds of salads, for bread or rolls, for chops or small steaks, in fact for just about anything that's not 'liquidy'. -- The locking feature helps them take up much less room in or atop a serving dish or actually on the table than one would think. -- AND, if you want spoon-rests or "TONG-RESTS" for the business end of these things : Try a pretty set of those shallow long/narrow corn-on-the-cob serving dishes! They work perfectly for either tabletop or stovetop.
M. Wolf: I bought these tongs 9 years ago from Amazon and they are still going strong. The tips are still smooth -- No frayed edges. I don't use it in extreme high heat situations (such as deep frying or over a grill. No rust.Does what it need it to do and has lasted well through the years.