Wide Hiking Boots Men
How To Pick Good Hiking Boots
The best men’s hiking boots and shoes need to be roomy, strong, durable and rugged. Hiking boots should be roomy, because after a tiresome day on in the country feet tend to swell. I had a experience with tight fitting hiking boots that pinched my feet. After a busy day hiking down a steep heel my left feet thumbnail became black and ached. I learned my lesson the hard way. After that incident I buy hiking shoes that offer plenty of room in the toe box (at least half a inch).
It is pretty obvious why hiking boots have to be strong and durable. Another important rule I have learned from experience is to never wear boots older that 5 years on long hiking tours. It doesn’t matter if I have worn them a lot or not after the purchase. The midsole is made of rubber material. It is the weakest part of the boot/ shoe. Usually it is the first part to fall apart and render the boots unusable.
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Dunham Cloud Waterproof (Grey) Men's Boots
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