Berghaus Hillwalker II GTX Walking Hiking Boots £65 @ Amazon
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Berghaus Hillwalker II GTX Walking Hiking Boots £65 @ Amazon

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Found 3rd Jun 2016
Good pair of walking boots.

Most sizes available.

Also, potential to do the price match with Go Outdoors (10%), if you're a member, which would bring it down to £58.50 a pair.
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good deal
i got these from go out outdoors who beat the price by 10%. worth it if you already have the gooutdoors discount card
exactly what I did, worked 100% guaranteed
These are not hillmaster boots. They are HILLWALKER. I have a pair and although not badly made, despite many reviews lamenting the changes the acquisition of brasher by race-to-the-bottom berghaus, yet you will need to factor in the price of a decent pair of insoles. The insoles which come with these boots are good for nothing but the bin - lacking any contouring to the shape of a foot and consisting of a material I have only previously come across in mango packaging. They have clearly saved a few pennies here at the wearer's expense. Maybe it is the new norm, that we should all be expected to purchase seperate insoles for new shoes. When this is taken into account they are not quite the bargain they seem, but perhaps not bad for the money.
Edited by: "eatmorefish" 3rd Jun 2016
These are Hill walker not Hill Master.
How do hillwalkers differ from hillmasters?

My regular walking boots are hillmaster, and are the most comfortable boots i've ever had. They've lasted really well too.
If the hillwalker are anywhere near, I'd be glad to have a 2nd pair at such a reduced price. (I think I picked up the hillmasters for ~£99 in a gooutdoors sale)

How do hillwalkers differ from hillmasters?My regular walking boots are … How do hillwalkers differ from hillmasters?My regular walking boots are hillmaster, and are the most comfortable boots i've ever had. They've lasted really well too.If the hillwalker are anywhere near, I'd be glad to have a 2nd pair at such a reduced price. (I think I picked up the hillmasters for ~£99 in a gooutdoors sale)


You got a deal then. HillMASTERS retail at about twice the price of these hillWALKERS. Are they worth the extra? If you can, I would go into a shop a compare the quality and fit of the two. You get what you pay for. If you plan on just occasional use I would go for the hillwalker and save some money.
I'd recommend trying them at go outdoors before buying. I find Berghaus to be a funny fit and not at all suitable for walking myself.
same price as sports direct - price matching
If you're serious about walking/rambling, then a good fitting and comfortable boots are probably the most essential piece of kit you need and must be chosen carefully. I ended up with a pair of Meindl Burma GTX, regardless of the expense. It's no good if you're in Dartmoor, Snowdonia or wherever if your feet hurt because you thought "They'll do and they're cheap".
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Yeah, sadly after the brasher aquisition by berghaus the boots aren't what they used to be. Meindl or if you want to go British altberg.
Will this run GTA V?

If you're serious about walking/rambling, then a good fitting and … If you're serious about walking/rambling, then a good fitting and comfortable boots are probably the most essential piece of kit you need and must be chosen carefully. I ended up with a pair of Meindl Burma GTX, regardless of the expense. It's no good if you're in Dartmoor, Snowdonia or wherever if your feet hurt because you thought "They'll do and they're cheap".

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If you're serious about walking/rambling, then a good fitting and … If you're serious about walking/rambling, then a good fitting and comfortable boots are probably the most essential piece of kit you need and must be chosen carefully. I ended up with a pair of Meindl Burma GTX, regardless of the expense. It's no good if you're in Dartmoor, Snowdonia or wherever if your feet hurt because you thought "They'll do and they're cheap".



People forget to take care of their feet. It's the same with work boots.
Didn't expect Nvidia to get into the hiking boot market
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I'd recommend trying them at go outdoors before buying. I find Berghaus … I'd recommend trying them at go outdoors before buying. I find Berghaus to be a funny fit and not at all suitable for walking myself.


OK, "funny fit", I can accept that, but walking boots that aren't suitable for walking; really?
Went and got these from gooutdoors using the price match but soon returned them and paid the extra for the hillmaster, they are in a completely different league in terms of quality.
Probably off-topic, but what do the experienced walkers here think of Scarpa?
One of the best brands out there. I almost chose a pair of Scarpa Ranger GoreTex's, but the comfort of the memory foam lining in the Meindl Burma GoreTex clinched it for me. I've had them for three years, now, and haven't come to regret my choice.
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