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Merrell Men's Helixer Scape Mid High Rise Hiking Boots £47.50 Amazon

£47.50 @ Amazon
Some rather nice brown Merrell mid boots in brown, for under £50. RRP of £90+ but priced elsewhere around 60ish, I had some delivered on Saturday and I'm pretty pleased with them, quality feel, comf… Read More
CharlieBravo Avatar
4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Some rather nice brown Merrell mid boots in brown, for under £50. RRP of £90+ but priced elsewhere around 60ish, I had some delivered on Saturday and I'm pretty pleased with them, quality feel, comfortable and cracking looking to boot. (sorry. :P )

sizes available at posting:

7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13. some others just a quid more.
CharlieBravo Avatar
4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Not bad, definitely hot, but deals for GTX boots do come along for not much more than this, and I reckon that is worth paying a bit extra for if you go anywhere wet.
#2
I take they're not waterproof?
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Mark9988
I take they're not waterproof?


Correct.
2 Likes #4
They are rubbish in my opinion. They dont keep water out which for the uk walking rules out 8 months, they are too hot in the summer so there is another 2 months of useless boots. So a great choice if you only walk out in May or September. Paying about £20 just for the name. But feel free to knock yourself out and grab a pair.
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If you're after some GTX boots for similar money you could do a lot worse than Clarks sale
http://www.clarks.co.uk/c/mens-sale#pagesize-is-40-and-Technology-is-gore2dtex
#6
M_z
Not bad, definitely hot, but deals for GTX boots do come along for not much more than this, and I reckon that is worth paying a bit extra for if you go anywhere wet.
what make of GTX many companies do GTX? tHANKS
#7
scoobytawazara
M_z
Not bad, definitely hot, but deals for GTX boots do come along for not much more than this, and I reckon that is worth paying a bit extra for if you go anywhere wet.
what make of GTX many companies do GTX? tHANKS

Goretex, I think its a material that other companies use in their products - why they are more expensive. They usually add GTX to the name when used. I found it really works, 100% waterproof but breathable.
#8
M_z
Not bad, definitely hot, but deals for GTX boots do come along for not much more than this, and I reckon that is worth paying a bit extra for if you go anywhere wet.

What he said. One thing you absolutely need in a pair of walking boots in this country is a decent level of proofing
#9
M_z
scoobytawazara
M_z
Not bad, definitely hot, but deals for GTX boots do come along for not much more than this, and I reckon that is worth paying a bit extra for if you go anywhere wet.
what make of GTX many companies do GTX? tHANKS
Goretex, I think its a material that other companies use in their products - why they are more expensive. They usually add GTX to the name when used. I found it really works, 100% waterproof but breathable.
thanks
#10
I have to vote cold. If they were £1 they are no bargain as hiking boots if they aren't waterproof.
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feival
I have to vote cold. If they were £1 they are no bargain as hiking boots if they aren't waterproof.

No need to be quite so melodramatic about it! :)

These are still really good boots, just not the very best for wet conditions. They are well made and leather, so its not as if they were canvas or mesh.
#12
And just to add grist to the mill I now try & stay away from Merrell shoes after my experience with some Moab Gortex hiking shoes that used to walk the dog in. After 6 months they were no longer waterproof and after about 12-13 months the sole has come unglued from the upper rendering them pretty useless. Terrain used in was nothing more than smooth pavements so I now seriously doubt Merrell's quality these days.
#13
as M_z said, they're nicely made leather boots. despite the hiking moniker I'd personally say they're more a casual/everyday boot, but for those with dodgy ankles they're cracking for this. If you're working through the munroes you'll not be messing about with £50 boots :)
#14
Every size but 9. damn
1 Like #15
Voted hot, for only few quid more the black ones look better though I think. Cheers OP.

Edited By: sidesey on Feb 03, 2017 10:37
#16
sidesey
Voted hot, for only few quid more the black ones look better though I think. Cheers OP.


horses for courses :D I prefer brown shoes, but plenty would disagree with me!

a few sizes are this price in black too, but only at the upper and lower ends, the more common middle sizes are a bit dearer
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