Outdoor Shoes

Lowa Locarno GTX Lo Anthrazit   159.95€ Salewa Ms Ultra Flex Mid GTX Orange Magnet   189.90€ Hoka One One Tor Ultra HI WP Anthracite Orange Clown Fish   219.90€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Low FG GTX Gunmetal Grey   159.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Move Low Black   139.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Move High GTX Dark Brown   169.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Low FG GTX Dark Brown   159.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro High FG GTX Gunmetal Grey   179.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro High FG GTX Ocher   179.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Special Ochre Red   179.95€ Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Schwarz Stein   189.95€ Salewa MS Hike Trainer Mid GTX Black Out Green   199.95€ Salomon X Ultra 3 GTX Graphite Night Sky Hawaiian Surf   149.95€ Salomon Outline GTX Black Phantom Magnet   129.95€ Salomon X Ultra 3 GTX Black Magnet Quiet Shade   149.95€ Salomon X Ultra 3 LTR GTX Delicioso Bungee Cord Vintage Kaki   159.95€ Salomon X Ultra 3 LTR GTX Phantom Magnet Quiet Shade   159.95€ Salomon OUTline Mid GTX Black Beluga Capers   149.95€ Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Stein Dunkelbraun   169.95€ 189.95€ Meindl Calgary GTX Schwarz   179.90€ Meindl Alberta GTX Braun   189.90€ Lowa Renegade III GTX LO Schiefer Asphalt   128.95€ 159.95€ Meindl Lima Mid GTX Dunkelbraun Rost   189.90€ Meindl Lima GTX Dunkelbraun Rost   169.90€ Salewa MS MTN Trainer Black Out Bergot   135.96€ 169.95€ Salewa MS MTN Trainer GTX Black Out Holland   151.96€ 189.95€ Lowa Locarno GTX Mid Anthrazit   179.95€ Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Beige   151.90€ 189.95€ Lowa Locarno GTX Mid Braun   143.90€ 179.95€ Meindl Sendona MFS GTX Braun   159.96€ 199.95€ Meindl Ohio 2 GTX Mahagoni   143.96€ 179.95€ Meindl Ohio 2 GTX Marine   143.96€ 179.95€ Meindl Vakuum Ultra GTX Dunkelbraun   159.96€ 199.95€ Lowa Locarno GTX Lo Forest   127.90€ 159.95€ Lowa Locarno GTX Lo Braun   111.90€ 159.95€ Lowa Renegade GTX Mid 20 Years Navy Kupfer   149.90€ 189.95€ Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Navy Honig   139.90€ 189.95€ Vibram Fivefingers V-Trek Military Dark Grey   129.90€ Salomon X Alp SPRY Black Magnet Hawaiian Surf   83.97€ 119.95€ Salomon X Alp SPRY GTX Stormy Weather Magnet Citronelle   104.97€ 149.95€ Salomon X Alp SPRY GTX Night Sky Graphite Indigo Bunting   104.97€ 149.95€ Hoka One One Tor Trafa Anthracite Black   95.96€ 119.95€ Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Schiefer Oliv   132.90€ 189.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Low Anthracite Blue   129.95€ Salewa MS MTN Trainer L Walnut Golden Palm   125.97€ 179.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro High FG GTX Brown   149.90€ 179.95€ Dolomite Cinquantaquattro Low FG GTX Grey   139.90€ 159.95€
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Outdoor Shoes

Outdoor shoes – a sturdy kind of shoes

Those of you who enjoy outdoor activities know that shoes are an important part of your equipment. Hiking boots have been designed many years ago to be able to move on different terrains. Hiking boots are special shoes made for hiking, climbing and other activities in the open countryside. Technologies and materials used for the production of hiking boots are very advanced and of high quality. Manufacturers use membranes which are to provide a high breathability.

On hikes and challenging hiking tours high boots will offer best traction and support. Low boots are often used for easy hikes in low mountain ranges. Depending on the manufacturer, hiking boots are divided into different categories. Lowa, for example, established five categories: category five boots are light hiking boots and category one boots are sturdy climbing boots for high-alpine terrain. But most of them have one thing in common: their sole has a boulder cover and is absolutely sturdy so stones and roots won’t pinch. Hiking boots, just like running shoes, are divided into men’s shoes and women’s shoes; they are different in terms of fit and design.

Purchase advice for hiking boots

You should sally forth to buy hiking boots in the afternoon since your feet swell during the day. Please try on new hiking boots with the socks you will wear on your hike. The boots should at least offer 1.0 cm from the big toe to the toe cap because your feet will slide forward when you’re going downhill. In addition to the weight and fit of the shoes it’s very important to try them on for approximately 15 minutes before you make your buying decision. A short sprint and stopping dead will give some indication of how the boots will act under such conditions. Standing up on tiptoes you should check if the shoe fits tightly at the heel and provides support at the ankle and midfoot. Finally, we’d like to give an essential advice: you definitely need to break in your new pair of shoes before going on a long hike.

Enjoy shopping for hiking boots and have a look at our large selection of shoes. Buy your hiking boots at Schuhdealer.com in a very comfortable way.

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