Discount on Berghaus boots - Berghaus Expeditor Ridge 2.0 Hiking Boots £55.00 @ Wiggle
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Discount on Berghaus boots - Berghaus Expeditor Ridge 2.0 Hiking Boots £55.00 @ Wiggle

£55£77.4929%Wiggle Deals
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Posted 5th Nov
Berghaus Boots discount at Wiggle with discount code available for further discount.
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£10 off for new customers too (NEWGB). Lovely find
Edited by: "Chapers_23" 5th Nov
Yep, nice find. Thanks.
Chapers_2305/11/2019 10:54

£10 off for new customers too. Lovely find


whats the code buddy plz ?
lfcfooty7105/11/2019 11:22

whats the code buddy plz ?


Its gone off the site now, but think it was GB10 No, it was NEWGB
Edited by: "Chapers_23" 5th Nov
awesome I was about to buy a pair from decathlon today perfect timing op thank you
Chapers_2305/11/2019 11:28

Its gone off the site now, but think it was GB10


yeah its gone , thanks tho buddy
Ordered, thanks op
Are these fairly true to size? Don't want to have to buy multiples to try.
Hillwalker at £65 less £10 are cheapest I’ve seen by a mile and a better buy than these.

But great work pal
Ordered! Thanks for posting
guys im off to nepal in march for a 16 day trek to everest base camp , all for charity of course ...
im a marathon runner kinda guy , but im a complete and utter novice at trekking , i have bought a pair of these simply to use to train in , can anyone recommend a good pair of boots at a actual good price to use on the actual trek plz ...
thank you :-)
liw05/11/2019 11:42

Hillwalker at £65 less £10 are cheapest I’ve seen by a mile and a better bu …Hillwalker at £65 less £10 are cheapest I’ve seen by a mile and a better buy than these.But great work pal


I've cancelled my original order and ordered these instead... Based on your recommendation mate.. Hope you're right.. They seem better overall.. But again thanks to the op for the find.
Abs

They are dirt cheap at £90. So comfy and light and if cleaned properly, will last 10 years
And the supalites at 77.50 less £10 are a cracking deal. It’s what am using at the minute.

Luxury, don’t waste £40 at sports direct. These will last 10 times longer and will be kinder to your feet
Thanks. £55 for the Hillwalker GTX seems like a very good price and i needed some waterproof walking boots. Good spot.
Thanks OP ....ordered and code worked ....
Just bought for £45 with additional discount code. Nice one OP.
liw05/11/2019 12:21

AbsThey are dirt cheap at £90. So comfy and light and if cleaned properly, …AbsThey are dirt cheap at £90. So comfy and light and if cleaned properly, will last 10 years


Cheers pal.. Give my work boots and feet a week deserved rest..lol.. What do you recommend cleaning wise? Any particular product I should use or just wipe down?
I had a pair of Berghaus for years, they were great, but one hot day both soles suddenly delaminated.

now that was OK as I was just in the garden, but on top of a hill that would have been a problem.
I’d assume this applies to all glued soles, so pick the sewn in type if you are going somewhere remote
Had the size 9 in the basket, by the time I entered my details it was out of stock. Oh well Iam £55 better off
Edited by: "mgregory0" 5th Nov
Thanks. Ordered size 10 for hubby. £45 is a great price.
Nice - got some hillwalkers. Cheers OP (and subsequent posters).
Nice deal, my pair of Supalite's have lasted me 2 years (daily dog walking all terrain) and no signs of letting up. Clean them every now and then but at this price, could easily justify another pair. Have the expediators too which are a bit more breathable.
Various reviews, and a personal experience, wide footed persons would be better trying one on in a shop first.
1/2 size up for the Hillwalker II boots to allow for thick socks?
lfcfooty7105/11/2019 11:55

guys im off to nepal in march for a 16 day trek to everest base camp , all …guys im off to nepal in march for a 16 day trek to everest base camp , all for charity of course ...im a marathon runner kinda guy , but im a complete and utter novice at trekking , i have bought a pair of these simply to use to train in , can anyone recommend a good pair of boots at a actual good price to use on the actual trek plz ...thank you :-)


If you find these comfortable, stick with them.....
I used to lead treks and the number of people who rocked up at the start (having flown half way round the world) well trained, but with brand new boots, was staggering. Most had done loads of miles training in decent boots, only to ditch them for spangly over spec'd new boots- it very rarely worked out well for them!

(i imagine a similar thing happens in the marathon running world!)
Just got mine, very pleased with them - thanks OP!
Abs_H06/11/2019 18:19

That was quick


I was surprised too, chose click and collect as it said by Friday (free del said by Monday) and arrived at the shop this morning...well done wiggle!
OneGloveOnTheFence06/11/2019 18:21

I was surprised too, chose click and collect as it said by Friday (free …I was surprised too, chose click and collect as it said by Friday (free del said by Monday) and arrived at the shop this morning...well done wiggle!


Nice one.. I'm waiting on mine...I went for the hill walker boots
Abs_H06/11/2019 18:25

Nice one.. I'm waiting on mine...I went for the hill walker boots


They do look a great choice! I would have gone for them too but mine are for just the odd school run in the ice/snow..nearly broke my neck last year!
OneGloveOnTheFence06/11/2019 18:35

They do look a great choice! I would have gone for them too but mine are …They do look a great choice! I would have gone for them too but mine are for just the odd school run in the ice/snow..nearly broke my neck last year!


Either way I'm sure we're both gonna be happy with our boots
OneGloveOnTheFence06/11/2019 18:21

I was surprised too, chose click and collect as it said by Friday (free …I was surprised too, chose click and collect as it said by Friday (free del said by Monday) and arrived at the shop this morning...well done wiggle!



Same here and I got a free bag of Sweets to boot ( pun intended)
Maccabix06/11/2019 19:31

Same here and I got a free bag of Sweets to boot ( pun intended)


Well that's not fair! Which sweets?!
wilf123405/11/2019 19:35

If you find these comfortable, stick with them..... I used to lead treks …If you find these comfortable, stick with them..... I used to lead treks and the number of people who rocked up at the start (having flown half way round the world) well trained, but with brand new boots, was staggering. Most had done loads of miles training in decent boots, only to ditch them for spangly over spec'd new boots- it very rarely worked out well for them!(i imagine a similar thing happens in the marathon running world!)


superb advice buddy , anymore wise words plz throw them my way , i need all the help i can get :-)
OneGloveOnTheFence06/11/2019 23:10

Well that's not fair! Which sweets?!


there was a small packet of haribo in the grey mailing sack , now i feel bad if you never got one
Maccabix07/11/2019 11:50

there was a small packet of haribo in the grey mailing sack , now i feel …there was a small packet of haribo in the grey mailing sack , now i feel bad if you never got one


I've not written a letter of complaint for a while...

:/
lfcfooty7107/11/2019 10:37

superb advice buddy , anymore wise words plz throw them my way , i need …superb advice buddy , anymore wise words plz throw them my way , i need all the help i can get :-)


Just train (as in do lots of walking), and make sure you wear the pack that you'll wear on the trek when you train.
In addition to bad footwear, the classic mistakes are relying on being aerobically fit (but not used to actually walking) and struggling with carrying a load for 8hrs (albeit hopefully only a small one). I lost count of the number of triathletes who rocked up incredibly confident but then really struggled - it obviously helps being fit, but hill walking just seems to use slightly different muscle groups from running and cycling.

Finally, when you've sorted out your kit to take, ditch half of it and then ideally half again. Be absolutely ruthless - it'll make the trip far more enjoyable if you're not lugging around loads of unnecessary kit.

Enjoy
Edited by: "wilf1234" 7th Nov
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