Tadeevo

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  1. Bill B

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    Ordered me a pair of these. Made in Poland, going to be used for everyday shoes when barefeet isn't a option. $100 US shipped anywhere on earth. Anyone else familiar with these??
     
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    Have not heard of them before. Let us know how you like them.
     
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    Update! Got my Tadevo's! They are very light and comfortable! Insides are a soft mesh marerial that doesn't make for hotspots. Sole is about .125" thickness and a very grippy rubber, even on wet ground. Haven't run in them yet, but have walked. The soft sole makes footfalls very quiet. Tons of room in the toes. Although they offer a variety of color options, if you have feet any bigger than a size 12, (mine are 13), your only option is black! They even have a vegan option (why you would want a vegan shoe is waayyy beyond me). They are made in Poland which was a bonus for me as I hate buying made in China stuff. Durability remains to be seen, but the reviews I read before I got them were favourable. Company is easy to deal with, shipping is fast (and free anyhere). I'll try and post some pics later.
     
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    any pix of them? how are they holding up?
     
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    I can't post pics! Keeps telling me file is too large for server!
     
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    ugh! crop it! or take pix with a smaller camera! ;)
     
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    You have to change the size/quality of the picture to get the file size down. For years, I've used FastStone Image Viewer for this. It's a free download and is quite trustworthy. http://www.faststone.org/
     
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    How do I do it from my iphone? Fred Flintstone is more tech savvy than I am...
     
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    Perhaps there is an app that you can download to your phone that will resize them.
     
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    Pics!! Look at me and my big brain!!
     

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    Update!
    Went on a 5 mile hike over river bed, see pic. Must have cross the creek about 20 times! Thought for sure my Tads would be shredded, but the held up! No tears! Soles were very grippy during stream crossings. Only complaint is I have to stop a few times for debris removal.
     

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