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Can these be used as hiking shoes?

asked on 14 July 2019

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Yes they can be and are especially good on steep grass. They are probably less than ideal on rocky terrain or walking on tar Mac roads because the sole may wear out and they are probably a little less comfortable than a shoe with a vibram sole. So great for normal trail running and walking but less so for pure road walking...
Alastair Miller
· 15 July 2019
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You could use them for hiking 🥾 shoes but they have no ankle support and they aren’t waterproof
sean malloy
· 15 July 2019
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Yes, But! Beware the soles are soft, and will not last a long distance. I wore through to no grip in about 300 miles 😱
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· 15 July 2019
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Yes. I use them for trail runs. The grip is excellent and they are quite hard wearing. They are not made for cement or tarmac.
· 05 August 2019
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