Comfort on mountain trails
For many ,this is quite normal: we put on our shoes, we go for a walk or a hike for a great moment of happiness. On the other hand, for some of you, it’s a bit difficult, you realize that your feet are not standard in their shape and needs.
The hiking boot can be defined as follows:
A good traction on the way up, secure on the way down: a sure grip thanks to a profiled sole
A midsole ensuring the natural gait of the foot during the 3 phases of support of the foot and shock absorbing role to relieve muscles and joints, especially on the way down.
An upper that wraps around your foot, providing an “anatomical” support without constraining the foot’s muscular functions and ensuring comfort throughout your hike
We are far from the sneakers or the basic leather or canvas hiking boots and with a rubber sole in the 70s ……
Just like the ski boot, the purchase of a pair of hiking boots is a long-term investment for many years of pleasure
How do I choose THE right hiking boot for me?
Assessing your needs within the 3 categories to chose from