I'd like to invest in a good pair of mocs for hunting, but after wearing modern "technical" footwear exclusively for the last 15 years, I'm not sure what to expect out of a pair of traditional mocs. For starters, are most today made with the intent of actually wearing in the back country, or are they crafted for wear at rendezvous, around the house, etc. where they can be showed off and enjoyed without taking much abuse? If they can be worn into the wilderness, how do they perform in the absence of such materials as thinsulate, goretex, and neoprene? How do you keep your feet warm and most importantly dry? I have heard of and checked out arrow, but what are some other makers who are comparable? thanks.