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#1 Posted : Friday, February 16, 2007 3:13:28 AM(UTC)
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In early March I go in the Israel National Trail (INT) from South to North. I really wasn't comfortable shoes with rigid sole on a few companies and Colombia with soft sole shoes actually had the best ease-of-model MID ii RAZOR RIDE but I did with it is true (I can still change)

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#2 Posted : Friday, February 16, 2007 2:17:13 PM(UTC)
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This lock is set for day trips or excursions with lightweight ... It is also 3/4. It's less a ... ankle.

I recommend you to change. ...

(You need something defined trekking)

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#3 Posted : Friday, February 16, 2007 9:09:34 PM(UTC)
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What about MERRIL's shoe and sole on a rigid and iberam, but 3/4?

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#4 Posted : Saturday, February 17, 2007 3:20:45 AM(UTC)
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Join the recommendation of high shoe, rather because of the ankle.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, February 18, 2007 2:51:38 AM(UTC)
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For there are some models of marl in the country easier to for what?

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#6 Posted : Tuesday, February 20, 2007 7:08:43 PM(UTC)
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#7 Posted : Tuesday, February 20, 2007 7:26:27 PM(UTC)
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If you do not pay and keep looking.
MERRIL's shoes look good, are plenty good shoes in the country so go over and look for
Footwear high priority because the more successful ankle but only if it's convenient for you.
In general the first thing you should check is, after it allowed a shot from that blow and it's one that was once enthusiastic about bombing names (and some) and hangs with excellent baletti garmont conveniently track and to Everest-stupidity happens, don't settle for expensive shoes and ... It is the worst because it's also expensive and not good for you and that sucks everybody tell you some great shoes.
If you bought your shoes and functional and are ready just to give credit and you can't find in stores, shoe worth to check excess because there's also older models but keep in mind that there is no warranty and cannot be replaced which is critical to mind so check.

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#8 Posted : Tuesday, February 20, 2007 7:32:46 PM(UTC)
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Of knowing Merle shoes, shoe sole is very easy with no deep grooves and not good for grip with stones and degrades. Just because the sole was disqualified.

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#9 Posted : Tuesday, February 20, 2007 8:37:37 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the quick reply it and Ma. But another question may be inexperience but I find it difficult to understand why the highest mountain route is 1208 m tall boots,

I hope this doesn't sound like sophistry that it is not the intention.

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#10 Posted : Tuesday, February 20, 2007 9:16:57 PM(UTC)
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Some are high-tops facts, some medium-sized shoes and others (like me) sufficient sneakers routes too steep.  Depends on the weight you're carrying, how strong your ankles, did you carry walking sticks and other stuff.  Like everything else, there is no absolute truth, but this individual altogether.

Bad, bad shoes, but shoes may not work for some people, and the only way to find out for yourself.     My method is to go for the cheap shoes, so I lose less money if it doesn't work.  A pair of shoes which cost me $ 20 in the u.s. kept me well above 2000 km of trail.

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#11 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 2:27:50 AM(UTC)
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You know the minute you step the wrong way and the takamt, now picture having too heavy on my back, so this high shoe it Assistant is holding his ankle, but not everybody is fit, I hike with trainers or (keep) Palladium, Palladium wouldn't recommend if you have another option if you travel with a shoe that holds the ankle. Think carefully about the case and even make some concessions because once you bend the leg that weight and can sometimes make the difference between injury to almost
Eventually, you need to check and decide which is more convenient for you and what is appropriate for how you travel.
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#12 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 2:59:17 AM(UTC)
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Hear from the old one: pass the stage of simply having a try, like sports shoe. I tried on my leg all the attempts decades ago. Every time you step on the foot and is takamt and "like" nothing happened it just "like". There's a price for that ankle twist. Only what? The price you pay after many years. And believe me it really doesn't pay. It is important to keep the feet, as well as any other part of the machine. If you can buy an entire shoe and three-quarters. Probably not for sports shoe, or a very long walk. And gone and feel good about sport shoe so to feel better today. What about in 10 years? You should think about today, not in 10 years. The shoe should be comfortable and ensure its safety. It doesn't get in the sport shoe + weight of approximately 15 to 40 pounds on the back of steep decline. One indicates it indicates one too. I recommend for large weight with just a shoe with good grip.

How long you can hold your shoe? It is a important criteria sleepers Much more importantly how keep shoe. Keeping the shoe on the foot, holding many kilometers.

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#13 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 4:23:21 AM(UTC)
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I use recommendations and changed, thanks to everyone, especially to jankel.

The same thing I asked travel Forum, and I have to say that the objective spirit of answers I got here helped me decide and figure out what to buy.

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#14 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 7:07:14 AM(UTC)
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I guess the answer is no longer relevant, but I can't resist ... argument lagrer I'm still not as yankele 108 but my feet are up 20, 000 km walk with a backpack and low shoes (and thank you for giving me an opportunity to show off again.)  For me the trick was to use walking sticks from day one so that my siglati technique when I twist my ankle most of the weight on the sticks.  To date, touch wood, I haven't had any problems with my ankles. In short low shoes can work over long distances to some people.
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#15 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 10:04:33 AM(UTC)
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Ronnie, if you want to travel with a backpack and a stick, keep your feet as much as possible. Today the sports shoe work for you. It's good that you adopted a walk that moves most of the weight on the ankle sticks, i.e. ankle curves you once. It's the result of that today. Patience my friend, you will receive a Bill at the end. So the sooner the better: the account. Continuing to travel and maybe meet some Trek or for wrapping or just for fun.

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#16 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 5:49:59 PM(UTC)
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Do not hold world shoe and prevents ankle sprain while falling or leveling, which hold an ankle shoe ya? full of nearly 80-100 kg- Some statikat. Even high military shoe will not succeed here.

The solution-shoe with sole hold serious, more important than the height of the shoe.

Another solution-strengthen your ankles and your feet exercises months before.

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#17 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 6:52:10 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = זמי1] do not hold world shoe and prevents ankle sprain while falling or leveling, which hold an ankle shoe ya? full of nearly 80-100 kg-
I'm a little surprised you burst the door open. Little comprehension. Who's talking about falling or leveling? High shoe better than 3/4 and sure better than not hold sports shoe smoothing easier.  And when we are in this forum so no one talks about high shoe solia is smooth skin. You've already talked about it enough and no one here would never lock her smooth solia. And a credit to borrowers wouldn't hurt, they're going to Israel and not Tango on parquetwood.
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#18 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 7:26:21 PM(UTC)
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It's amazing how life arises in us when we are arguing about.

How do you say all antisemites: "some of my best friends are Jews."   Yankele, I think I find on long trails in the u.s. more people in their fifties than in the 1930s, thus: "some of my best friends on the trail are 50 and 60. From what I've seen the age hardly slows down the walking until he reaches his 70s and vice versa, you're older, so you need less sleep and you can go more hours in a day and it makes up for the slight downturn quickly. Just so you understand, top speed on the PCT Maverick in recent years among people in their twenties and people in the middle or the end of the 1940s (and I think I just got him from someone in the 1940s).  The trick to being able to walk in the 1960s to 30 miles a day is not necessarily high shoes (although some people find it is true) but to avoid tapping his leg running in their youth.  Running on the welcome and large loads several times walking, even with a big backpack and that's what knocks your feet.  And even this rule wrong always. Met in 2003, 61-year-old guy his whole life running ultra marathons (running 150 miles per day) and though he told me everyone was in this business with fucked up knees from time and retired, he was still able to do so.  The PCT had to slow himself significantly to stay with others when he went home for a week, is that we have closed the gap in two weeks.   The conclusion: each rule has exceptions, and fully sealed setting something always works is always a mistake.

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#19 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 7:53:32 PM(UTC)
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If you have a decent argument so I take the stage to join:

I really don't understand why you twist your ankle with low shoes. Maybe you should improve your posture or whatever.

I never ever wore shoes. The entire Appalachian Trail, and I twisted my ankle once too (as I recall).

Incidentally, when I ran for long distance (including any half marathons) and I don't think it screwed me something, what does this stub in motorbike accident 17 which required 41 cm of platinum in the hip, determines one side and two sides, which certainly left its mark on the knee so that the NOC in the district's aplatim made at every step a day accompanied by cries that sounded very well. But like everything in life, so that the body eventually was released and had reinforced knees for the whole trip. (As poet: "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, what kills you makes you stronger.")

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