BRASHER Men's Hillwalker II GORE-TEX Boot RRP £120 NOW £60 @ Blacks - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
385Expired

BRASHER Men's Hillwalker II GORE-TEX Boot RRP £120 NOW £60.00 @ Blacks

£60.00 @ Blacks
Awesome Boots, had a pair now for 4 years, just starting to wear. Topcashback Online Purchase - Sale Items 2.1% Ready to take on the world with you - or at least walk around it. Brasher's Hillw…
snappyfish Avatar
2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
Awesome Boots, had a pair now for 4 years, just starting to wear.

Topcashback Online Purchase - Sale Items 2.1%

Ready to take on the world with you - or at least walk around it. Brasher's Hillwalker GORE-TEX Boots for men are designed to support you every step of the way.


Fitted with GORE-TEX waterproof performance lining, the Hillwalker GORE-TEX Boots are designed to keep your feet dry and comfortable at all times. Ideal for trips that require quick and easy movement through shallow waters.


Purpose built to protect your feet, the Hillwalker GORE-TEX Boots are made with full grain leather uppers, preventing any bumps or grazes that may occur going over rocky surfaces. Meanwhile the bottom of your feet are protected by a rubber sole unit with an EVA midsole. The midsole is designed to absorb any shocks that may occur underfoot, protecting both your feet and your joints.
More From Blacks:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
snappyfish Avatar
2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
Options

All Comments

(35) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Heat.
#2
Great price,have some heat
#3
Brasher are no longer trading, and their quality has been dreadful for some time. these boots in particular are well known for their useless heals and soles. they will be falling apart within 6 months.
#4
championadam
Brasher are no longer trading, and their quality has been dreadful for some time. these boots in particular are well known for their useless heals and soles. they will be falling apart within 6 months.


when did they cease trading?
#5
They have been sucked into Berghaus. Penland owns both.

Brasher hasn't made decent boots for quite some time now, they've been trading on their history.
#6
Typo: Pentland!
#7
Had a pair of these and they were comfortable but not very protective or supportive. Feet got pretty tired after 7 or 8 miles in them. Paid £50 from very on a deal on here which was about right.
#8
Friend had a pair on the 3 peaks recently.
Wasn't happy with the grip.

http://tog-blog.co.uk/2014/05/28/brasher-and-berghaus-to-tie-the-knot-under-berghaus-name/

Edited By: andybrock on Dec 28, 2014 22:39
2 Likes #9
andybrock
Friend had a pair on the 3 peaks recently.
Wasn't happy with the grip.
The quality of a lot of boots have gone down hill. I got a pair of Merrell recently from Amazon, without Vibram soles. Ended up binning them because the grip was so poor. Very slippery on rocky paths in the wet. Its just not worth going cheap on a walking boot.


Edited By: tightar5e on Dec 28, 2014 22:46
#10
I have a pair that have served me well in all conditions. A v.good boot at this price
#11
Not a great boot but ok for shorter walks up mountains where the terrain isn't too tricky because they don't offer much support. Not a bad price for a gore-tex boot and they should keep your feet dry!
#12
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?

Edited By: ronin1 on Dec 29, 2014 00:36
banned#13
Looks like a bear boot!
Foot!
#14
ronin1
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I'm not buying them this year but will want a pair for next winter. Any recommendations would be appreciated. 8)
#15
Scarpa only on my hoofs!!!
#16
For sub £100, I love my Sportiva Trek Trangos. £95 from Amazon but were the same price in Snow and Rock where I bought them after trying on several different pairs. Good grip and supportive high ankle for uneven terrain. Done many trouble free miles in them. Reviewed then in Amazon a while back
#17
So there is some hype about not being as good, mine have lasted years and maybe they had be made by older company but for £60 it makes these a HOT DEAL!!! :)
1 Like #18
great price and quality....had a pair now for three years and still like new....heat added
1 Like #19
Looks alot of boot for the money, Heat
#20
snappyfish
So there is some hype about not being as good, mine have lasted years and maybe they had be made by older company but for £60 it makes these a HOT DEAL!!! :)


they said that Brasher haven't made good boots for years, you said you have had yours for years ... think about it ;)
#21
I prefer the Berghaus Explorer Trek and Explorer Ridge boots. Sure, they don't have a Vibram sole, but ive never experienced an issue with the Berghaus sole, and they fit like a glove. Plenty of support, and no aching feet :)
#22
If you are a "casual" walker these are probably a very good deal.
I had a couple of pairs a few years ago and apart from being very harsh on the feet (they are not comfortable boots compared to something like Scarpas) they were OK.
#23
I have been using various boots for almost two decades from Meindl to German Army para boots. For British countryside these brasher kick ass. If you are considering buying these, go for it. Don't worry about the doomsayers.
#24
dereklogan7
ronin1
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I'm not buying them this year but will want a pair for next winter. Any recommendations would be appreciated. 8)
Meindl, Zamberlan, Asolo, Hanwag, Lowa Salewa and the more expensive Scarpa. All depends on foot width. Keen and Salomon worth a look for lighter weight boots.


Edited By: winchman on Dec 29, 2014 12:47: vv
#25
Just had a look at these instore.Non vibram sole and look very poor construction between sole and main boot.
No way these should ever be a £120 boot,wouldnt purchase for £60.


Edited By: andybrock on Dec 29, 2014 11:40
1 Like #26
dereklogan7
ronin1
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I'm not buying them this year but will want a pair for next winter. Any recommendations would be appreciated. 8)

i'm not an expert but did some research, came up with these:

https://www.outdoorgb.com/p/zamberlan_vioz_gt_mountain_trekking_boots_996/?SelectedItem=501967

i'm still undecided but they are cheaper than everywhere else atm.
1 Like #27
Nice boots, Zamberlan tend to be at the narrower end, trouble is there are no hard and fast rules, need to try them.
#28
Again seems to be a few clued up walkers so assistance please. Inexperienced climbing Kili in October. Any recommendations as I don't want to over spend as may not use much after unless I get the bug! Cheers
2 Likes #29
http://www.asolo.com/en/products/shop-asolo-outlet-en/shop-asolo-outlet-en/fandango-a23022-02-en.html

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asolo-Revert-Trekking-Hiking-Boots/dp/B00JYJIHHQ/

A 3 season boot, reasonably rigid sole, should be able to find sonething decent for £75 - £100.


Edited By: winchman on Dec 29, 2014 15:51: jj
#30
theshabster
I prefer the Berghaus Explorer Trek and Explorer Ridge boots. Sure, they don't have a Vibram sole, but ive never experienced an issue with the Berghaus sole, and they fit like a glove. Plenty of support, and no aching feet :)

Do you have really long toes like fingers and big toes like a thumb?

Are these shoes for monkeys?



Edited By: FREEZIN WOLF on Dec 29, 2014 14:16
1 Like #31
leitchyleck
dereklogan7
ronin1
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I'm not buying them this year but will want a pair for next winter. Any recommendations would be appreciated. 8)

i'm not an expert but did some research, came up with these:

https://www.outdoorgb.com/p/zamberlan_vioz_gt_mountain_trekking_boots_996/?SelectedItem=501967

i'm still undecided but they are cheaper than everywhere else atm.

now 39p cheaper, gonna go for these!

http://www.e-outdoor.co.uk/3127/products/zamberlan_vioz_gtx_mens_boot.aspx
#32
Ordered. Heat added, well spotted.
#33
leitchyleck
leitchyleck
dereklogan7
ronin1
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I'm not buying them this year but will want a pair for next winter. Any recommendations would be appreciated. 8)

i'm not an expert but did some research, came up with these:

https://www.outdoorgb.com/p/zamberlan_vioz_gt_mountain_trekking_boots_996/?SelectedItem=501967

i'm still undecided but they are cheaper than everywhere else atm.

now 39p cheaper, gonna go for these!

http://www.e-outdoor.co.uk/3127/products/zamberlan_vioz_gtx_mens_boot.aspx
These look the business. I will come back to these. Thanks everyone. 8)
#34
Bought a pair of these Brashers in early 2012 to do 3 Yorkshire peaks . Broke in the boots on short but challenging treks around Yorkshire .on the day of the event it rained heavy all day the boots never slipped or let in any water .In august i did the K2 base camp trek in northern Pakistan . I was advised to take spare boots as the trek is a known boot breaker . well these boots did me proud , no wet feet no blisters and only slight slip when walking on glacial ice .boots are a bit worn now but still perfectly intact and waterproof ..I think they are better for people with smaller feet i am a size 7 .

Edited By: quickbuyit on Dec 30, 2014 19:43: had to mention the shoe described
#35
dereklogan7
leitchyleck
leitchyleck
dereklogan7
ronin1
It seems there are a lot of knowledgable folks around. If these are no good could you please recommend an alternative in ~£100 price range?
Yeah, I'd like to know too. I'm not buying them this year but will want a pair for next winter. Any recommendations would be appreciated. 8)

i'm not an expert but did some research, came up with these:

https://www.outdoorgb.com/p/zamberlan_vioz_gt_mountain_trekking_boots_996/?SelectedItem=501967

i'm still undecided but they are cheaper than everywhere else atm.

now 39p cheaper, gonna go for these!

Hide full quote
These look the business. I will come back to these. Thanks everyone. 8)

They do look nice :) at over "twice" the price, but I'm a Brasher fan or was :|

Edited By: snappyfish on Jan 02, 2015 07:32

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Looking for Twitter login?
Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!