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MEINDL Burma Pro MFS Men's Boot


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  • ASIN: B005C8TRCM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Sep 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,390 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
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The Meindl Burma Men's Pro MFS Boot utilises Meindl's MFS system to ensure perfect adaptability to the foot. The AIR-Active system optimises ventilation and breathability and works alongside MFS to produce an unbeatable combination.MFS utilises memory foam in the shaft and in the footbed of the shoe which works with the body's temperature and pressure to create and optimal moulded and supportive fit.Features DiGAfix provides flex and prevents pressure and utilises a diagonal fixation in the instep area. This ensures more tension and improved of the heel.Upper Material: Sil Nubuck LeatherLining: GORE-TEX Performance Comfort FootwearFootbed: AIR-ACTIVE special damping and ventilation structure with highly reticulated foam to improve ventilation and ensure optimal climate inside shoeSole: Meindl Multigriff by VibramWeight approx: 690g

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Reuben on 9 April 2013
These are, without doubt, the best mountain/hill/fell/trekking boots that I've ever owned. Superb build quality & lacing system. Comfortable from the first trip & still going strong after 4 years of regular use on Lakeland & Scottish mountains in all seasons. I've done the Coast To Coast, West Highland Way & EBC Trek in them & had no problems at all with comfort, grip or water repellency - these are the Gore Tex version. You may need to tighten the laces again after the first 15 mins walking as the MFS system moulds to your feet. Make sure you look after them - slow dry & then Graingers Wax do the trick for me. However, when you need to wear them every day for a few weeks & can't dry them out overnight, make sure that you put a bit of talc in them at the end of the day as it stops them stinking & drys the insides. Pound for pound these are excellent value for money.

Take care with sizing, mine are UK 8's & feel more like an 8.5 - suits me as I can bung an insole in & wear thick socks plus a Coolmax liner, especially useful for long tabs downhill over rough ground. Make sure you have a good stomp around the shop before parting with your cash, for this sort of money it pays to be absolutely sure you're happy with them. I've no sympathy for the fools who buy on-line then start moaning about fit etc.

As for the comment by another reviewer regarding army boots - I don't know which army you were in!! I'd have swapped you my army boots for these in a heartbeat, mate.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By simon christie on 3 Aug 2013
After reading some of the reviews for this boot i had to add my own take on these.
Right to start with i had meindl island boots for nearly 15 years ,they were on my feet 12 hours a day , including 2 years in Kenya and never ever let me down. so i had to make decision to replace them . I went for Burma pro mfs. reading earlier reviews i was annoyed that people were putting this boot down coz it had too strong a sole . when i was a lad strong soles were wot made walking boots .i have done 345miles in these boots and they still feel like slippers. make sure you buy at least a size bigger for comfort. you wont regreat buying Meindle boots .
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Smokingman on 2 Aug 2013
Purchased a pair of Meindl Burma Pro size 10.5 from Cotswold of Keswick about four years ago. Fitted like a glove straight from the box no problems at all, no blisters ever. Waxed two or three times a year in the winter, and a cream protector used as required.

Walked over many trails mainly in the Peak District but also in the Lakes and generally anywhere which required a walking boot. I always found them comfortable although heavy by comparison to some other boots-namely Brasher's of my partner. The sole unit is Vibram and provides good grip although on some wet rook they can slip, this may also be down to the fact that they are some what on the stiff side.

However there is a down side, without warning the sole unit came un-glued. Unfortunately this happened on the C2C not a million miles from Keswick so back to Cotswold. They have never seen this before in Meindl boots, so sent them back for repair or replacement. In the mean time another pair of Burma Pros purchased in a size 10 as the 10.5 were too large and I could not get them to fit correctly. After several days I started to suffer from blisters, but carried on the C2C with the aid of Compeed.

After about eight week my original boots were returned repaired free of charge from Meindl (with a slightly different sole unit) via Cotswold. So thumbs up for Meindl and Cotswold. However this should never have happened. So I now have two pairs of boots!

Pros:
Fit like a glove straight from the box.
Build quality.
Customer service

Cons:
Heavy.
Unexplained failure.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By GerryP on 7 April 2012
Colour Name: LodenSize Name: 15 UK
I have had these boots for three months and used them both hill and mountain walking. Ignore the comments about quality they are very well-made and strong boots.

Pros
1. They are really excellent mountain boots for Scotland and high European mountains.
2. The leather lining is excellent, much more comfortable than Goretex.
3. The quality of the leather is such that they are totally waterproof.
4. The Vibram soles give a good grip on all surfaces.
5. The fit of the boots is true to size for British shoes as compared to italian boots which are normally from a narrow last. Indeed if anything these boots are a broad fit.

Cons
1. But and it is a big the soles of these boots are very stiff. Go into any quality walking boot shop and just compare say the equivalent Zamberlan there is just no flexibility at all in the these soles. These boots have been designed for mountain walking and not with comfort in mind. The comments from others regarding heel blisters and knee problems most likely arise because the the feet cannot naturally flex whilst wearing these boots.
2. The boots are relatively heavy compared with other quality makes of full grain leather walking boots.

Put simply these are very high quality boots designed for a specific purpose - walking in mountains. They are not suitable for general hill or fell walking. They take a lot of breaking-in and even then for many people will remain uncomfortable.
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