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Yeah, here's some good info from the article in the PHX paper:friendofThundergod wrote:A mountain biker landed on one today and was bitten.
It increases if you try and PICK THEM UP! http://ktar.com/story/2471480/phoenix-m ... e-patient/
There. I fixed that for you.
It would be interesting to know how much of the older version of antivenin has he received total from all of his previous envenomations? That could very well be the reason he had the reaction to the old antivenin. However....I "am not no expert".chumley wrote:Also, this guy doesn't deserve the new antivenin
Unless the side effect is male sterilization and then it's a win win.
I wonder what the snake strike deterrent difference is between a $50.00 pair and Oregon_Hiker's recommend $150.+ pair?kenjacobsen wrote:OK, reporting back!
I got gaiters for like $50 and they're no problem at all to wear -at least for me.
I cinch them over my boots at the bottom and keep them loose at the top. That's it.
Well I read most of the 47 reviews and not one person was bit by a snake, so that seems to be a strike deterrent right there. Truth be told for a snake gaiter review I was hoping for more actual snake strikes and maybe something like "the last 5 miles I had 8 snakes hanging off of me".Grasshopper wrote: ↑Apr 26 2019 6:09 pm
I wonder what the snake strike deterrent difference is between a $50.00 pair and Oregon_Hiker's recommend $150.+ pair?
https://www.amazon.com/d/Shoe-Gaiters/T ... ikearizona