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I would say NO and advise you to look for H Fitting shoes/boots or at least items that actually do state BROAD FITTING. Also, I would advise a plain front to the shoe, highly rounded with no stitching at the sides, no bumper guards or panels - nothing that can stop your feet from spreading whilst walking etc. To av… see more I would say NO and advise you to look for H Fitting shoes/boots or at least items that actually do state BROAD FITTING. Also, I would advise a plain front to the shoe, highly rounded with no stitching at the sides, no bumper guards or panels - nothing that can stop your feet from spreading whilst walking etc. To avoid metatarsal problems it is advised (sounds silly but it's not) to have a sole plate that does NOT flex easily, in other words if you can flex the shoe in half don't buy it. Try to find a shop that specializes in serious walking, climbing, trekking shoes and boots and listen to their advice. Also, buy the proper after care products too and write down any instructions about drying, polishing, cleaning, waxing, dubbin-ing etc. Make sure there's enough room inside the shoe/boot for 2 pairs of socks and also for any orthopaedic inserts that you may wish to add at a later date. Unless you pay more than £125 for a pair they may only last 1-2 years whereas the more expensive ones may last 5-6 years. However, if you don't keep on top of waterproofing most boots will leak after only a few months. Lastly, ask the shop if the boots can be re-soled, especially if you've paid a lot of money for them they are worth re-soling for about £30. see less I would say NO and advise you to look for H Fitting shoes/boots or at least items that actually do state BROAD FITTING. Also, I would advise a plain front to the shoe, highly rounded with no stitching at the sides, no bumper guards or panels - nothing that can stop your feet from spreading whilst walking etc. To avoid metatarsal problems it is advised (sounds silly but it's not) to have a sole plate that does NOT flex easily, in other words if you can flex the shoe in half don't buy it. Try to find a shop that specializes in serious walking, climbing, trekking shoes and boots and listen to their advice. Also, buy the proper after care products too and write down any instructions about drying, polishing, cleaning, waxing, dubbin-ing etc. Make sure there's enough room inside the shoe/boot for 2 pairs of socks and also for any orthopaedic inserts that you may wish to add at a later date. Unless you pay more than £125 for a pair they may only last 1-2 years whereas the more expensive ones may last 5-6 years. However, if you don't keep on top of waterproofing most boots will leak after only a few months. Lastly, ask the shop if the boots can be re-soled, especially if you've paid a lot of money for them they are worth re-soling for about £30.
Mr. D. T.
· 17 January 2016
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Hi - they finish level or just below the ankle - hope this helps - ab
bewks
· 14 March 2016
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I'm a size 9, the boots were tight on me but I knew they would give a bit after wearing them a few times, I would definitely recommend going up a size if you 9-5.
Amazon Customer
· 26 April 2016
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I use double sided tape under the insole in my boots.
Tom
· 05 October 2019
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They seem to be. I have walked a lot of miles in the short time I have had them. Mostly in the dry but when I have been out in the rain I have not had any proplems regarding water ingress
DaveBradley
· 17 August 2018
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These are boots fasten around the ankle
doug ramsay
· 14 January 2016
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Obviously that will vary depending on shoe size. Mine are size 10 and the width of my foot at the widest point is 11 cm.
KF SAUNDERS
· 10 September 2020
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I wouldn't have thought so. Good for the Yorkshire 3 peaks for sure but I think you'll need something more robust for the National. Good luck with it
Mr V.
· 23 May 2018
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I'm not really sure but these are good quality walking boots
Mr. Mark Potter
· 29 May 2019