50 Peaks By Hi-Tec Men's Penrith Walking Shoe £15.00 delivered at Amazon
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50 Peaks By Hi-Tec Men's Penrith Walking Shoe £15.00 delivered at Amazon

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Found 5th Aug 2011
Available in sizes 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 at this price delivered.


Brand: Hi-Tec
Material Composition: Suede leather & mesh
Style: Walking Shoe Waterproof
Fastening: Lace Up
Outer: Leather Suede/Leather Nubuck
Inner: Textile
Sole: Rubber

32 Comments

Nice find, thanks.

Thanks

Already posted last week from Javari (which is Amazon too, except you get free next day shipping!)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hi-tec-men-s-penrith-wp-walking-shoe-from-javari-rrp-50-now-15/986222

Do not get over excited..........suspect they are seconds......got a pair from Javari few days ago (order Friday received Tuesday).....had a yellow paint likemark on the side on motif on ........when tried on felt like my left sock was tucked under in the shoe.......after investigation found did not have sufficient cushioning in the sole around the toe area...so unwearable
on closer inspection poorly finished off.....many bits of pulled material which were also an indictation of seconds. So posted back this am. Maybe I was unlucky ? at least postage back was free....
on reflection a bit of a waste of time

Excellent ! I needed a new pair of shoes

i posted last week same price from Javari but free next day delivery

THanks

cheers - ordered a pair as needed new walking shoes.

Wearing the pair from last week right now, seem fine to me.

nevery liked Hi-Tec sheos, rigid and uncomfortable, better wait for rockport or merrell bargains for a few more pounds

£15.00 sounds about right for a brand name that will probably last about a year or less

Ordered

Need some better shoes for the rainy days

No offence but no one who actually enjoys walking would buy these. Ok for bobbing around town but hardly made for long treks. Get some merrells etc instead

rugbyboyroy

Do not get over excited..........suspect they are seconds......got a pair … Do not get over excited..........suspect they are seconds......got a pair from Javari few days ago (order Friday received Tuesday).....had a yellow paint likemark on the side on motif on ........when tried on felt like my left sock was tucked under in the shoe.......after investigation found did not have sufficient cushioning in the sole around the toe area...so unwearableon closer inspection poorly finished off.....many bits of pulled material which were also an indictation of seconds. So posted back this am. Maybe I was unlucky ? at least postage back was free....on reflection a bit of a waste of time



Lots of closer inspecting and reflecting...lmao

danodp - Aug 05, 2011 14:38No offence but no one who actually enjoys … danodp - Aug 05, 2011 14:38No offence but no one who actually enjoys walking would buy these. Ok for bobbing around town but hardly made for long treks. Get some merrells etc instead



That's funny, my pair of Hi-Tec walking boots eventually needed replacing after nearly two years of comfortable use. So I thought as I was walking more I would be a label snob and "upgrade" to a pair of Merrel walking trainers, an expensive move that I regret. Despite moving From boots to trainers, the Merrels actually feel more cumbersome and helll do they make my feet sweat!.
I have ordered a pair of these to try, but for £15 if they don't work out I can put them to another less intense use that isn't really an option (for me at least) with my more expensive Merrels.
In the end it's down to personal experience
Edited by: "steveal1" 5th Aug 2011

Ordered a pair of size 12. Hi-Tec used to do some fantastic quality footwear for not a lot of money. I do think the quality has dropped a bit in the last couple of years but took the gamble for £15. I've had worse footwear from so called higher quality brands for a lot more money.

I bought a pair of hi tech walking shoes. 6 months later. In the bin. Don't get me wrong I love a bargain but they are a false economy. Save a bit more an buy berghaus

I find that a lot of "quality brands" shoes don't last very long these days. You look at how they are produced and it's all pretty much the same. The first part to come apart is the sole from the canvas due to the rubbish chinese glue they use which lets in water easily. It used to be the case that the sole used to stay on shoes strongly whilst the shoe canvas itself crumbled away and the sole wore away. How often can you wear trainers these days in the rain and not get soggy feet....

hi
Bit of a vague/stupid question - but are these shoes heavy? Some shoes/trainers I've bought feel like I am walking about with a dumb-bell around my ankle - just wanted an opinion from someone who has bought a pair of these?
Many thanks

ivorylam799

hiBit of a vague/stupid question - but are these shoes heavy? Some … hiBit of a vague/stupid question - but are these shoes heavy? Some shoes/trainers I've bought feel like I am walking about with a dumb-bell around my ankle - just wanted an opinion from someone who has bought a pair of these?Many thanks



This is why you buy shoes from the shop so you can try them on...

I've had some Hi Tec walking boots for years and they have never let me down. These look handy for camping, maybe not for intensive hiking. Thanks.

Banned

Thanks op..
This Nike Vandal Low is also good.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0059O9U8A
£30 now, was £50

Edited by moderator: "edit" 6th Aug 2011

Comfortable but poor wearing sole.

I've worn a set of these out in 5 weeks, but I walk a lot of miles a day. The uppers with a hardwearing sole would be a brilliant buy.

ivorylam799

hiBit of a vague/stupid question - but are these shoes heavy? Some … hiBit of a vague/stupid question - but are these shoes heavy? Some shoes/trainers I've bought feel like I am walking about with a dumb-bell around my ankle - just wanted an opinion from someone who has bought a pair of these?Many thanks


Hi. I have received my pair, size 10's, and they fit fine, but the 'sides' seem a bit bulky ie wide(- not for use on a bike then; as they'd rub the cranks raw). Great sole pattern; and with 'Flexgrooves' in the soles which make walking really quite comfy. they are a fair bit lighter than my Merrel shoes, but heavier than my Brasher hiking trainers... I'm impressed so far; but need to do more miles in them obviously. For £15? Take a chance, i say

Bought a pair of these and found them to be excellent and waterproof too

Grabbed a pair. Suprised there still avalible in all sizes. I always miss the shoe deals on here. Thanks.

As usual, no size 13.

Can anyone tell me if they are a very wide fitting?

(I Normally need a 12 wide fit but end up with 13's to get the spread around the ball of the foot.+

Seem quite wide to me, certainly wider than my skechers.

Just had mine turn up - I'm wearing them as we speak.

Seem a reasonable quality and fairly comfortable. Excellent for £15 whichever way you look at it.

I got mine today and I am so impressed that I might buy another pair..

Jon

The rubber part on the front of the foot is larger on my right boot than the left, so I would say that these are defects

I'll only be using them as rough outdoor shoes anyway, so I don't care about that.

Nice and comfy
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