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December 27, 2011

The Bad Water Walkabout



One man. One knife. 135 miles across Death Valley. Living off the land.


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December 22, 2011

The View from Island Peak ~ Nepal

Hey, Lowa!
This is me near the narrow summit of Island Peak in Nepal.

Elevation 20,307 feet.

After weeks of bad weather this joint was as crowded as the local pub during happy hour! I had time to snap one quick pick and then step aside for other eager mountaineers.

Check out my Expedition 8000's. They got me to the top. Safe. Sound. Warm and comfy. Thanks Lowa.

Daniel N.
Satori Adventures and Expeditions


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December 15, 2011

December 7, 2011

Thanks, Folks!

Kalalau trail, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands
Hi Folks,

Just wanted to say thanks for such incredible service. I had a beloved pair of Lowa Trekkers that carried me safely and happily around the world several times over the course of 10 years; eventually they gave up the ghost on the Kalalau trail in Kauai, a fitting place to put such good friends to rest.

I contacted you guys asking about changes in boot manufacturing in those 10 years (the Trekkers fit my feet perfectly with no break-in!), and I got an e-mail back from the General Manager with the good news that the Trekkers were still made in the same shape, but that there were newer options available too.

I opted for something new, and was again walking on happy feet for another 3 years. At that point some of the stitching on the left inner ankle started to pull out; again I contacted you guys and within a couple of weeks had a new pair of *upgraded* boots, free of charge.

It's amazing in this day and age to find a company that A) makes such great products, B) is so responsive to customer service and C) stands behind what it makes.

Kudos, kudos and more kudos.

Mark H
San Francisco, CA

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