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walking boots size 10

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i need these delivered before friday looking for as cheap as possible will be here all night please let me know asap as really ned them cheers

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Hi
Aldi are advertising in todays paper some mens leather boots at 9.99 and some kids leather boots at 5.99. This deal starts tomorrow. I don't know if these are any good to you but look like a great price anyway!!

TJ hughes has some good deals around the £25 mark

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o right are thay walking boots as i am walking mount snowdon on friday

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rob have they got a website

u don't need walking boots to do snowden, depending on which route you're taking up, i just used a pair of newbalance trainers, if you're gonna get walking boots i'd recommend u went instore to try them out, got my pair of brashers from field and trek for £90, walking boots also require a pair of thick, preferebly walking, socks, having said that snowden does not require walking boots, u cud argue it does for the ankle support but u shud be fine.

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its the ankle support mostly i cant remember the route bt i know there is 3 ways easy medium and hard we are goin the medium route any ideas

many thanks

It is NOT a good idea to buy new boots and then do a long walk in them before you have done a few short walks to get used to them.

If you get half way up Snowden and get a blister you will be in agony for the rest of the walk.

I did buy some "blister" plasters once that were excellent. Fairly expensive, but they certianly did the trick.

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we are gonna go on a few walks before hand thanks for everyones help btw much appreciated but the alsi boots sound good if they are real any1 else seen these

Decent trainers for Snowden. Should be able to jog up there. Not too taxing.

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goin medium route are you sure?

we're not all as hard as foxy, having said that i think there's a bit of internet forum spin on what he says, snowden this time of year is not to be taken lightly, if you don't feel comfortable take the train up and walk down, just don't miss the train like i did when i wanted to walk up and get the train down, however got a late start due to a late lunch and so missed the train and ended up jogging down

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so would you say shoes or good trainers? not taking the train no way i am climbing this damn thing if it kills me i am not what you would call fit but im 22 an dont give in easily but my god will i ache the next day
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we're not all as hard as foxy, having said that i think there's a bit of … we're not all as hard as foxy, having said that i think there's a bit of internet forum spin on what he says, snowden this time of year is not to be taken lightly, if you don't feel comfortable take the train up and walk down, just don't miss the train like i did when i wanted to walk up and get the train down, however got a late start due to a late lunch and so missed the train and ended up jogging down



OK, it can get a bit icy. As long as the weather is mild, it's not too much hassle. The boots from Aldi are pretty good from what I have seen. Last time I went up I didn't really pack much stuff and didn't plan on hanging around (hence the trainers)

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foxy is there a link to htese boots
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