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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 September 2019
Ok I am a regular size uk 9 after reading reviews I opted for a 9.5, wise choice, and would advise this half a size up, I wear mine with Jeep walking socks mid thickness, and still have a bit of toe wiggle room, the build of the lightweight design is very good, very comfy indeed, they look well made, and a continental rubber soul,
So to the test, I have been out on a few good walks, canal, road walks, and today I have used them on the Malham Cove Trail in Yorkshire, At the moment I could not fault them, superb grip, your feet and ankles feel safe, I tie my boots with a tripple twist to lock the foot part and the tie up at the ankle part, the trek was over paths, grassland, and rockways and small climbs and thru shallow streams, they stood the test very well, no leakage at all, water resistant, I am very happy with them for now (I shall update in 6 months after winter) I do recomend them, I have had Brasher boots for as long as I can remember and very pleased I opted for the lightweight adidas

12 Month Update

I have removed 2 stars, this is for durability, the sacrifice you make in robustness and weight is that these are a weak boot, both shoes split in similar spots near the seam on one of the stripes & leaks in water, I first thought it started also at the side where there is the rise in the sole the hump, I felt moisture on the right boot, these are adidas and gore tex, I understand everything has a threshold against water, but surely after maybe 5 years, I have been on some great hikes and if moisture had not become a problem, would still be happy with them, I added a pic where the split has occured, I have returned for a new pair and hope I was unlucky and had a weak pair because they are super comfy, the grip on crag and rock faces is brill, felt like I had a grip like spiderman on some walks, so fingers crossed, if your just a trek walker and not a hiker then these are brill, but I dont think they stand up well to more testing walks/hikes
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3.0 out of 5 stars I Have Now Added A 12 Month Update
By codgie on 28 September 2019
Ok I am a regular size uk 9 after reading reviews I opted for a 9.5, wise choice, and would advise this half a size up, I wear mine with Jeep walking socks mid thickness, and still have a bit of toe wiggle room, the build of the lightweight design is very good, very comfy indeed, they look well made, and a continental rubber soul,
So to the test, I have been out on a few good walks, canal, road walks, and today I have used them on the Malham Cove Trail in Yorkshire, At the moment I could not fault them, superb grip, your feet and ankles feel safe, I tie my boots with a tripple twist to lock the foot part and the tie up at the ankle part, the trek was over paths, grassland, and rockways and small climbs and thru shallow streams, they stood the test very well, no leakage at all, water resistant, I am very happy with them for now (I shall update in 6 months after winter) I do recomend them, I have had Brasher boots for as long as I can remember and very pleased I opted for the lightweight adidas

12 Month Update

I have removed 2 stars, this is for durability, the sacrifice you make in robustness and weight is that these are a weak boot, both shoes split in similar spots near the seam on one of the stripes & leaks in water, I first thought it started also at the side where there is the rise in the sole the hump, I felt moisture on the right boot, these are adidas and gore tex, I understand everything has a threshold against water, but surely after maybe 5 years, I have been on some great hikes and if moisture had not become a problem, would still be happy with them, I added a pic where the split has occured, I have returned for a new pair and hope I was unlucky and had a weak pair because they are super comfy, the grip on crag and rock faces is brill, felt like I had a grip like spiderman on some walks, so fingers crossed, if your just a trek walker and not a hiker then these are brill, but I dont think they stand up well to more testing walks/hikes
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