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50 Peaks By Hi-Tec Men's Penrith Wp Walking Shoe
- Outer Material: Leather Suede/Leather Nubuck
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
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Hi-Tec is pleased to introduce ‘50 Peaks by Hi-Tec’ As a category of Hi-Tec Outdoor, 50 Peaks offers credible, value-for-money outdoor products, whilst retaining the powerful brand DNA, which is inherent in all Hi-Tec products. In 1990, a British adventurer completed a challenge wearing Hi-Tec hiking boots, which saw him reach the summit of the highest peak in each of the 50 states of the U.S by foot. It was on this day that 50 Peaks by Hi-Tec was born. The technology, build and durability of the boots enabled the athlete to withstand rocky trails, sub-zero temperatures and heavy snow from Florida’s Britton Hill to the top of Mt. McKinley. The challenge took just 101 days, beating the previous record of 3 years, by 994 days! Hi-Tec is proud to present its footwear carrying the brand ‘50 Peaks by Hi-Tec’
Top customer reviews
I was a bit concerned initially because I had bought them for the price but they have turned out to be instantly comfortable and ideal for family walking in the Surrey Hills. I will leave my boots now for the longer treks and when carrying a backpack.
The shoes seem to have plenty of grip and look and feel good. They provide an ideal kit solution between home shoes and walking boots.
They are a lightweight, summer shoe. The grip seems fine though I have not experienced wet rock yet, but you can feel the ground through the sole. Still if they only last a season, they will be good value and are a pleasure to wear.
The 'use' that I have subjected them to has been daily walking of my two hounds around the local playing fields - a combination of cricket, football & rugby pitches - so not exactly the Steppes, and yet already the outer has started to delaminate & every pebble can be felt through the sole. As for the alleged waterproof qualities - ha! My feet would have got no wetter in just my socks.
As you can tell I'm not impressed so I'm sorry Hitec, but it's back to Merrell for me.