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KEEN Women S Elena High Top Waterproof Winter Hiking Boots 6
The Keen Women's Elena High Top Waterproof Winter Hiking Boots Are Snow boots for a bit of urban flair. Walk the city through the winter Snow and slush the KEEN. DRY membrane will keep feet dry. Cold days won't Matter with KEEN.WARM surrounding from toe to above the ankle rating these boots down to -25°F. Sneaker-like comfort and look keeps you moving around town and when you circle back home you'll be thankful for the Eco Anti-Odor as you kick them off and jump onto the couch.Features of the KEEN Women's Elena Hiker WP Boot Waterproof premium leather Upper Fleece lining for warmth Luftcell air-injected PU insole for all-day comfort Injected EVA Midsole for surprisingly lightweight Fit and feel Keen.all-terrain rubber Outsole for Higher-traction grip Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Keen.dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -25°F/-32°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery
dj masturbeat "dj masturbeat": why is this designed to not go all the way to the bottom of the apple?it makes it so much more dangerous, since you have to put your fingers near the blades to extract the apple sections and try to force the last 1/2" of cut.this is what i get for trying to be lazy when making pies, tarts and turnovers, and not just use a chef's knife and paring knife (and maybe a corer with a plunger).i'll be doubly insulted if it starts cracking like a few reviewers have mentioned.to sum it up: don't bother, it's more of a hassle than a time saver. just get an 8-10" chef's knife and a paring knife (except for certain tasks which necessitate it, a 12" is a little unwieldy for my small hands). i know that a lot of people who have never used them seem to find chef's/ cook's knives daunting, but even super cheap knives are safer, better and easier to use than this, and they certainly aren't single taskers, either. just buy an easy -to -use sharpener (forget all those over-priced contraptions with "fingers") and you're good to go.
D. Murphy: I had an old corer and it was a pain. I bought this and used it twice now. It is a great item. I make apple pies and it makes life a lot easier. Be careful though, It is so sharp I cut my finger on it. (operator problem)lol
Donna Mae Baukat: I cut my left ring finger that required stitches, unlike the other times when I cut fingers. Since, I have an aversion to using a knife. We got this Oxo Good Grips Apple Corer and Divider, and my problem with knives went away. Now I am happier to cut my slices of apples without hurting myself. So easy to use and wash.
Donnathesinger: We love this product, it has saved us a lot of time. We began juicing a few weeks back and apples go into the majority of our recipes. Tip: cut the bottom off the apple to make a flat surface before you use this. Then press down firmly and voila!My only criticism is that the core gets stuck in the middle and you have to push it out.
D. Strickland "Pro-FSM": But it's nice to have, especially during apple pie season. And apple snacking season. So yeah, sorry Alton, I like this unitasker.