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Bodmin Low III weathertite Black Sea UK 6
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- Exclusive weathertite waterproof/breathable lining
- Suede & mesh upper
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
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Waterproof suede leather lightweight walking shoe. Karrimor thornhill outsole for grip and support. Phylon midsole provides cushioning. Weathertite waterproof/breathable lining keeps feet dry and comfortable. Mini-speed hardwear lacing system. Womens specific last/fit
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I needed a sturdy sole to cope with stony paths and they performed well, transmitting no discomfort to the feet. However, this was probably because they were solid and inflexible, and after a while I began to notice the weight too. It was hard on the feet having so little give underneath, and the inability to tighten the laces enough to stop my feet moving around meant it was like walking on two sloppy platforms. The stiff upper exacerbated the sole inflexibility.
I was desperate to reach the end of a 4 mile walk. Too late to return the shoes - I should have heeded the warning niggles. I've now bought some Berghaus Prognosis 10.5s which so far seem vastly better.
The moral? If £70 reduced to £27 seems too good to be true, it probably is.
I don't know what happened to Karrimor as a brand - they used to be up there with the likes of berghaus and I still have a karrimor alpiniste goretex jacket that I paid over £350 over 10 years ago which is almost like new - but their gear these days is not the greatest by any stretch of the imagination.
I own a pair of scarpa walking boots (crampon rated) that were very expensive, these are soo comfortable and never needed any break-in - I think I will end up ditching these karrimor shoes and spending a bit more on some scarpa ones.
Update....I used these on a local hill walk. I was about 8 miles from home when it rained for about 15 minutes. The shoes soaked up the water and became quite heavy, let the water in and seemed to stretch about 2 sizes up. My feet became very loose inside them, so I guess for the more serious hill walker/dog walker if there's a chance of rain.....don't wear them. It says waterproof.....but they are not!
Further Update....these shoes have now dried out and have not changed shape and have held their form. They are as comfortable as they were before they got soaked (so they weren't ruined). I will leave them at 3 *** though, as I won't get caught in the rain wearing them again (i hope).
After wearing for a while however, there's something just slightly lacking in the feel when you walk. It's hard to explain, but I think the sole is either a tad too hard or inflexible.
The supplied laces are also too short to allow your foot in and the shoe to be laced up fully. That's a bit lazy...and careless.
Update after 3 months
The shoes are better than I first thought. They are wearing very well, have kept shape well, and I've worn them almost every day, some days for 10 hours a day. I've got used to the harder soles and overall - worth 4 or 4.5 stars now not the 3 I awarded soon after purchase. I've now added a pair in black :)
First impression of these is extremely positive, they appear well made and of good quality materials. They are very comfortable and do not feel at all heavy or cumbersome.
Out the box I walked 5 miles without any problem or discomfort. If they are waterproof, these shoes will be an outstanding purchase and excellent value for money, if not, they will be the same as my £90 Merrells !
Have now walked through wet grass a few times that has completely soaked the outside of these shoes and they have remained totally watertight. I am walking 6 miles+ a day and they are still very comfortable but are not as flexible and supple as my Merrells, but they leak !!