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- WATERPROOF BREATHABLE Lightweight Walking Hiking Trainers
- SIX MONTH SOLE WARRANTY On All Our Footwear | 100% Approval Rate
- Outer Material: Suede Leather
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Leather, Suede
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Height: 3 centimetres
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- Package Dimensions : 33.7 x 22.4 x 12.2 cm; 1.13 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 25 Jun. 2020
- ASIN : B08BTHDCZQ
- Item model number : JW009
- Department : Men's
- Best Sellers Rank: 163 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
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Rubbish experience, wasted my time with the back and forth returning shoes – be wary of sizing!
Negatives - Cheap feel and very light weight.
Conclusion - Well overpriced but that is how companies work - price it too low and may not sell.
In my opinion , probably worth £15.
By Lakmal Jayasinghe on 10 June 2021
Sadly, my old trusty Magnum boots are very much worse for wear after many years of dutiful service, so have sought to find a replacement to use for the regular daily dog walks. Magnums are at a higher price point than these, so thought I'd give them a go, after all - they are meant to be walking boots.
Saw a number of reviews about sizing but went with the normal size 10 and when they arrived I was quite optimistic. Left boot on, snug as a glove. Right boot on...hmmm... now, I AM a half size bigger on my right foot. My left is a 9 and the right a 9.5. Was that the end of the boot my toe could feel?
A wriggle or two later, no... no, it's fine. Come on dog, let's test these out!
After a few days, I was still unconvinced. Sometimes they would feel really comfy, but then I'd feel as if my toes were rubbing on the side on the right. I wondered if it was just me adjusting to new boots after experiencing the snuggly comfort of my old Magnums... but after over a week of the "are they? aren't they?" silent debate over comfort, I was still very much undecided.
I mean, for actual grip they were great - especially when faced with the eager and excited pull of a large mammal on the end of the lead over concrete, grass and whatever other surface litters our regular path and they looked good too - despite my initial uncertainty over the bright orange against black.
But... were they comfy? Quite honestly, I *still* do not know!!!! Maybe if I'd chosen a size up? Gone for 11's instead of my usual 10's? They do narrow down to the toes, so maybe that was it - as my regular boots were more rounded. At the end of the day I chose to return them as I was not 100% convinced that, over a longer term, the 'discomfort' I suspected would have gone away.
Maybe go with a size up from your regular if you're looking to buy these.
In conclusion, I wasn't convinced by these boots and maybe should've gone with one size up from my normal size, but they also narrowed towards the toe area so I've looked elsewhere for boots with a more rounded toe to them. On the plus side, Amazon return was quick and easy so I have no concerns over ordering boots from Amazon to try out and see if they are right for me.
Update, these are completely worn out soles, heels and insole after only 6 months of use not good, when they are supposed to be walking shoes. If you do a lot of walking I would not recommend.
My only criticism is that I'd like them to be a bit more 'secure' on my feet. Only so tight you can pull on the laces... maybe this will improve as they 'bed in' further.