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Old 04-04-2011, 03:03 PM
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gets Hottt up here plenty Dan ,dont know about on my feet but plenty of [email protected]@ty here ..
Is that a bed or a hot tub or a water bed???
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Is that a bed or a hot tub or a water bed???
And is Pinky your wife? Girlfriend? Mother of your kids? Do your kids live with you?
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Is that a bed or a hot tub or a water bed???
all of the above and a few more just use your imagination Dan
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:29 PM
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Avoid crocs at all cost. They are great onland but don't grip worth $%^&. Ihave a pair of Sperry boat sandals. They look like old man shoes but they do grip the deck.
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:51 PM
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[QUOTE=RunninHotRacing163.1;3367314]what boating footwear seems to be working the best on paint & gelcoat ?? socks are awfully slippery & the bare feet tend to be a lil hottt specially for the gals ...tried the croks once and threw em in the river
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May I suggest one of these
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And is Pinky your wife? Girlfriend? Mother of your kids? Do your kids live with you?
MC240 yes,yes,yes,& yes
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Old 04-04-2011, 06:34 PM
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Nice boat shoes
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gets Hottt up here plenty Dan ,dont know about on my feet but plenty of [email protected]@ty here ..


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either the five fingers or these, I've had both and love them.

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what boating footwear seems to be working the best on paint & gelcoat ?? socks are awfully slippery & the bare feet tend to be a lil hottt specially for the gals ...tried the croks once and threw em in the river
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Bare feet on my boat when possible. I wear these around the dock in case I need to run across the boat deck or jump in the water for something. They grip good wet or dry, don't mark, and protect against dock splinters. And they are cheap

http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs...classNum=10859
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