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I plan on using my daily driver. It's not all tricked out with racks and bars, plastered with lightbars, Rotopax's and shovels, lifted 16 inches and two winches. I've adopted the 'gray man' concept... it looks like any other truck driving down the road.
 

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The first true boot made for U.S. military service was the Jefferson Boot in 1816, which had the distinctive feature of not differentiating between the left and right foot. Through many conflicts, this original boot has been adapted, updated, and overhauled to produce the modern versions in use by the U.S. Army.

The LPC or Leather Push Carrier uses a unique technology were one pushs down on the ground and falls forward briefly to land on the other LPC. Allowing one to move forward with no fuel and emits no carbon dioxide. Speed can be increased by operating the LPCs faster.
But....... how does it prevent footprints in a cabin?
 
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