#268 You Can Never Have Too Many Shoes

Survival tip #268

You Can Never Have Too Many Shoes

A wet shoe is dangerous. A worn out shoe is dangerous. This means you can never have too many shoes. When people are going for the obvious places to stock pile supplies, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to swing by a local running company and stock up.


#267 Both Shoes On Before You Tie

Survival Tip #267

Both Shoes On Before You Tie

This one seems simple, but many people put one shoe on, tie it, then put the other shoe on, and tie it. When there is no emergency situation this isn’t likely to have any impact on your life. In the Primal Age though things won’t always be so casual. Sometimes you mind find yourself needing to get out of Dodge yesterday. It is always better to both shoes on before you tie them. This way if something does cause you to have to make a run for it at a moments notice you have two untied shoes on instead of one tied shoe.

#266 Untie Your Shoes

Survival Tip #266

Untie Your Shoes

Or boots. Even the best running shoes on the market are only meant to stand up to a few months of abuse. By untying your shoes before you insert or remove your foot you will increase the length of time that a shoe’s durability lasts. So, always remember to untie your shoes.

I don’t recommend these for end of the world use, but I only ever tied them once and destroyed them fast.