Our motivation? To offer you comfortable and lightweight boots that guarantee good traction on any off-road footpaths on relatively flat terrain. All at a great value! hiking in nature for half a day, in dry weather, on easy trails. For occasional use.
Cushioning: Heel cushioning with a 6 mm EVA pad adapted to natural footpaths
Grip: TPR soles with 3.5 mm crampons, adapted to natural footpaths
Lightweight: Removable insoles, for putting in your orthopedic insoles
Shock protection: Synthetic toe bumper at the front of the foot to protect you from stones
The sole's design is the result of extensive research carried out in our labs. We favored a specific rubber formula that optimizes grip and resistance. As the requirements are not the same, we systematically look for the best compromise for hiking on loose off-road terrain (like a forest path) as well as hard, stony trails (like a coastal path).
Our hiking boots are designed for use on off-road trails. Indeed, we choose the components of the sole and upper of our boots and test them to ensure that they are ideally suited to hiking on loose trails (e.g. unpaved forest paths) or rocky trails (e.g. rocky coastal paths). Road use (asphalt) may lead to premature wear on your boots and cause discomfort. They are not suitable for mountain hiking.
Laboratory tests were conducted to test the following elements: attachment of eyelets and webbing, assembly, toxicology, UV resistance, sole and upper component abrasion, accelerated aging. These tests allow us to improve the quality of our products and prevent premature wear of our hiking boots.
Try on both boots, standing up and wearing the socks you use for hiking. Try on several models or sizes if necessary. Check 2 comfort points: - the heel seating - the front of the foot on a downward slope Avoid any pressure points when fitting. Feel free to walk around the store. Gradually start using your boots during your 1st few hiking trips to break them in.
There are multiple factors that may cause blisters when you walk: rubbing, a crease in the sock, moisture, a shoe size that is too small or too big, etc. It is therefore important to choose the right size and to have socks made of the right material for your hiking boots.