Well I'm happy there is no heel on these boots. For me who have walked in minimalistic or at least zero drop shoes for many years, I don't see shoes and boots with heels as an alternative.
First of all I get more back pain in the bottom-back area when walking with boots with heels. Also I had...
I'm a hiker and walker. Not a runner.
I started running barefoot maybe 10 years ago, but it doesn't work for me. To much ice-fighting growel everywhere left from the winter in summer. So I never really got to the point where I could run barefoot for a longer distance. I have however kept to the...
Received my pair of Waldviertler Jaga Flex boots today. It's minus 15 degrees Celsius outside so I have not tried outside. Just been walking around with them indoors. Must say they feel great. Wide enough to fit my wide duck-feet without pressing my toes together at all. No heel so I can walk...
There is a small manufacturer in Sweden called Jörnkängan. They are actually more of a myth, but I thick it is possible to buy them. Better quality and lighter than Lundhags, Made in Sweden. But of course, even more expensive.
They are hand made welted shoes with replaceable soles. For this type of shoes/boots, not pricey at all. Rather cheap to be honest. I'm going to buy a pair next time I'm buying shoes.
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I always wear my synthetic brynje when out doing stuff. Often under my aclima warmwool hoodie or under a stiched Lama wool sweater that I got from Indiegogo. I think it's superb. Warm when I need warmth and pretty cool when I need cooling. And although it's synthetic it has not developed the...
Thanks, will look into altberg. But i actually prefer the Red Wing look. More old school built up boot without the thick padding that the Altbergs had around the ankles/calves.
But red wing are too expensive. Are there any British high quality country boots that flies under the radar and...
I'm planning to buy a pair of one layer leather boots for normal use, from walking the dog to hiking. I don't want a membrane because the never dry when they get wet and I tend to get wet in them anyway, even if it's dry outside.
Anyone have any suggestions? I have seen some military boots...
I think there's some thin Wool shirts out there to be found. Mixed with poly out other synthetics.
Check out brands like
Super natural merino
I would look at Altra. They have some trail running shoes that are great. With foot shaped toe box and zero drop on all models from small to maximum cushioning.