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These are "on Sale" in a local shop for £29.99 so I'm guessing that £15 plus delivery is a good price for these.

The Campri Snowdon Boots have a hard-wearing design with breathable mesh across the outer, coupled with leather overlays for support and added comfort, finished off with a thick padding around the ankle and heel. These Campri walking boots have a rugged moulded rubber outsole with multi-directional lugs designed to optimise traction and stability on any walking surface. > Men's walking boots> High padded ankle> Breathable mesh panelled upper> Rugged moulded rubber outsole> Campri logos> Leather/Textile upper, Textile inner, Synthetic sole
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#1
Practical maybe, but they aren't half ugly.
#2
ciaran4174
Practical maybe, but they aren't half ugly.


They're made for hiking not the catwalk. lol
#3
Yorkie1962
ciaran4174
Practical maybe, but they aren't half ugly.


They're made for hiking not the catwalk. lol


More likely made to look like hiking boots, rather than made for hiking

Here are the 3 reviews on amazon

This review is from: Campri Snowdon Boots (Apparel)
I find these boots extremely uncomfortable and the soles are nearly worn through after about 30 miles of walking, mostly on hard pavement.

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I've now worn the boots over several weekends. Main issues are that they are not waterproof and the soles are a bit soft which means you tend to feel stones pushing through into the soles of your feet.

I would say that are more like a rugged trainer than a proper walking boot


This review is from: Campri Snowdon Boots (Apparel)
Wore out within a month, not waterproof, not comfortable, the lining behind the heel wore through in 3 days making walking very uncomfortable, cheap....and ask yourself why.
#4
Hiking boots are a personal thing so what works for one person may not work for another. Just because a couple of people online don't rate these boots doesn't mean they're necessarily poor quality.
#5
Here's another one

Campri Snowden Walking Boots, cheap and very nasty

Advantages: none.....not even the price
Disadvantages: poorest quality footwear I have ever had

These boots are cheap at about £12 from Sports Direct, unfortunately, this is still too expensive for the very poor quality of these 'Made by Sports Direct' excuse for what was once a reliable manufacturer, Campri. After only 5-6 miles of use, the mesh behind where your heel sits wore through, this reveals a soft rubberised type material which forms into sticky little balls on the back of your socks, making walking very uncomfortable. When I got ...
...of the boot where it was rubbing, this made the boots slightly more comfortable, but means your heel slops around in the boot. After a total of approx 40 miles use, a hole appeared on the bottom of each boot, in exactly the same place on each boot. This allowed water into the boots, so after walking home with my feet swimming in water, I threw these boots in the bin. I have since bought a pair of The North Face boots which are fantastic, proof if ...
#6
UncleWilly
Hiking boots are a personal thing so what works for one person may not work for another. Just because a couple of people online don't rate these boots doesn't mean they're necessarily poor quality.

I don't know what type of hiking you do but you wouldn't be very comfortable wearing these for a days serious hiking.
Always worth spending a bit more for waterproof and breathable boots.
#7
Yorkie1962
ciaran4174
Practical maybe, but they aren't half ugly.

They're made for hiking not the catwalk. lol

I my experience you get what you pay for and the RRP of £29.99 isn't of a quality for a good pair of hiking boots.

It's a false economy to buy something so cheap sorry.
#8
I can't speak from personal experience of this particular pair if boots but I do go hiking a lot and I usually buy Karrimor walking boots as I find them very good. They may not last as long as a more expensive pair, I usually go through a pair of boots per year, but the boots that I buy are waterproof and very comfortable. I've never had blisters or sore areas on my feet since I started buying them, I usually go walking at least one day at the weekend and my usual walks are between 14 and 20 miles over local moorlands.

Infact... I'm going to post a deal to the usual boots that I wear as I think they are the best for the money and better than a lot which cost a lot more.
#9
andy5and
UncleWilly
Hiking boots are a personal thing so what works for one person may not work for another. Just because a couple of people online don't rate these boots doesn't mean they're necessarily poor quality.
I don't know what type of hiking you do but you wouldn't be very comfortable wearing these for a days serious hiking.
Always worth spending a bit more for waterproof and breathable boots.


I disagree. I do a hell of a lot of walking in all sorts of different terrain - roads, towpaths, hills, anything from a 2 mile commute to work to a 12 mile hike on a saturday. I have tried every different type of hiking boot and generally find that whether I pay £20 or £100, I still wear out the boots within a few months. As I'm not fussed about the boots being waterproof or breathable it therefore makes more sense to buy cheaper boots.

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