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These boots seemed comfortable when I bought them at the store, and for the first few walks on plain, level tarmac around the city (I was testing them before my hike). Then I went on a 25 km hike that included steep ascents and descents of 700 meters, and even though the shoes held up well during the ascents, they hurt like nobody's business during the descents. Much of the trail was more or less level, with gentle gradients, but after about 2 hours of walking, the front of my feet (the balls under my toes) started hurting, as if the insoles offered no cushioning whatsoever. I could feel rocks, stones, and the texture of everything on the ground. By the time the path started descending steeply, the bones in my feet were so fatigued with pain that I felt like I was walking on knives. For the last few kilometers, I took off the boots and wore flip flops instead, and then I tried walking barefeet on the tarmac road when we reached the city, and even walking barefoot was more comfortable than walking in these shoes! I tried putting in new, better cushioned insoles at one of our stops, but the pain persisted on the remaining days of the trip, so I'm giving up on these shoes. Do NOT buy! The insoles are horribly cheap, flimsy and offer no support or cushioning. I have not tested the waterproof-ness, but the sheer discomfort of these shoes now have me trawling online for a brand new pair (NOT from Decathlon ever again), less than half a year of buying these shoes!
I was very happy with the purchase, The shoes are worth the price and are really comfortable
Very very comfortable. They did take some wearing in as I got blisters, although I am quite prone to blisters! They are super comfortable however. I bought them 3 years ago. For two years I only wore them occasionally and but spent a month in Ladakh doing a few treks. I have worn them daily for the past year on rocky terrain in Himachal Pradesh and only now has the sole worn down. They are really waterproof and keep your feet warm and dry. I have been deliberating whether to replace like for like and probably would if they came in a different colour (lame I know, but just fancy a change!) Also I trek in hot conditions so am going to try out the other style of mid walking shoes rather than boots (MH100) Should they not be preferable then I will switch back to these! I will post a review of those as a comparison once I receive them!
Used it for a four day trek . it was quite comfortable with no feet getting wet issues. It seemed like a huge task though when I had to frequently get in and out of the shoe.
So worth it, thank you
Hello everyone, I’m hoping this review will help anybody who’s trying to get the right trekking shoe because a trekker spends most time with the shoe than in the tents. Coming with my own experiences at Brahmatal, this shoe was an absolute winner because of the excellent grip and traction ( on fresh snow ) that it provided me with during the trek. I walked about a 7-8 Kms everyday in different terrains which included dry and rocky, 2 ft snow and wet (with gaiters), streams and slushy and I think the sole cushioning and high ankle support was brilliant which made the trek an easy one. I would strongly recommend a gaiter where the snow is more than half a feet like in my case. Anybody looking for a beginner trek shoe- this is certainly a good value for money. Worth the buy!
I use this boots for hiking n it's really superb. Waterproof n very comfortable
I have used this shoe continuously for a month while doing Basic mountaineering course and this was the best throughout. I haven't felt uncomfortable in any trail, worked best as waterproof while trekking during rain, and fortunately haven't got even a single blister. Very happy with this product.
I have also recommended this product to my friend and she is also happy about the usage.
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