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KEEN Women S Terradora II WP Ankle Boot 6 5 Black Drizzle
Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora II WP Ankle Boot Recycled Pet plastic Upper Fleece lining for warmth Thermal heat shield insole captures warmth Low-Density EVA Midsole caters to a woman's foot Keen. freeze rubber Outsole for traction in cold conditions Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Stability shank delivers lightweight support Keen.dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -25°F/-32°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Recycled Pet plastic PFC-free durable water repellent
Robyn Fletcher Finley "Robyn F.": I received this product as a gift and love it. It's easy to use and the covers for the top and bottom make it great for when you need to add things gradually.
Sarah "Eat Dessert First": As someone who a) does a lot of baking and b) has had arthritis for the past two decades, Oxo's Good Grips Sifter is a lifesaver for sore hands. Instead of the usual squeeze trigger found on metal sifters, the Oxo sifter swings from side to side, no squeezing required.In addition to the user-friendly design, the Oxo can measure up to two cups of flour, and the included top and bottom storage lids add to its versatility. This is a wonderful gift for any cook.
Sheila "jeansheila": My husband uses this every week when he makes crepes. He told me he'd never use it, but he has converted because he finds the 1-cup and 2-cup measures on the inside to be very handy, it sifts the flower quickly, and the resulting crepes are thinner and lighter than they are without sifting.
Sue M. "Sue M. , Smart Shopper": I wish I would have replaced my old squeeze type sifter long ago, I just didn't figure this shake type would do anything but make a mess. I was wrong. I wouldn't use a tiny bowl to sift into, but it doesn't have to be huge to keep from making a mess. This works very well and my hand doesn't get cramped up when I'm sifting a bunch of flour for cookies or bread.
T. Miller "Miller": Lots of reviewers have commented about how it took them minutes to sift a single cup of flour. I sifted 3 cups worth in about 15 seconds, and I wasn't shaking it excessively either. The sifting action works well, and I did not have any problems with flour going all over or needing to use a super large bowl to catch it all. Honestly, I don't know if the other reviewers got a bad item, or if they were trying to sift a coarsely ground material, but it works fine.