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shivilisrael  
#1 Posted : Friday, August 14, 2009 5:54:17 PM(UTC)
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Hi, I'm new here in the Forum, my name is Alexey

I saw here few questions about shoes, and even moved on. But I still stayed with doubts, and I really would appreciate it if you help me.

My friends and I are planning to do some kind of Israel National Trail (something like between 5 to 10 days from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and pointed forward, still not arranged on the track itself) in late August. In addition I plan to fly to India-Nepal in February. And I have to buy shoes in order to fit both. In India and Nepal I plan, among other things, to do trekking in the mountains. And for I reckon I'm going to do with about 20 pounds on your back.

But from what I understand big nothing oltimitbi for the two types of excursions, whether it's true or that you can find something that precisely fits to both?

I'm hesitant, maybe to buy sneakers for the trail, and shoes to fit more tracks on Nepal-India. Is it possible to go in sneakers assuming about 5-10 days of a trip not too rocky surface (except maybe near Jerusalem)? Or better still go hiking iaodoth shoes?

I know this is a very important part of shoes, last year made for Madden to Mount Tabor with Caterpillar boots, because they "killed" my foot had to stop.

Oh and one more thing, someone bought shoes in India? I'm thinking maybe an option to buy the shoes there.

If anybody have an idea, suggestion, based on experience and knowledge, I admit!

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LiorEl  
#2 Posted : Friday, August 14, 2009 8:37:05 PM(UTC)
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Hello Aleksey,

Shoes is the most important thing for the trip!

Measure, test, check and even ttalbt save weight! Buy what makes you comfortable without compromises!

The indices are kind of tough hard-shoe heavier and sometimes less comfortable but more durable.
Common skin disease it/or plain. Both prevent water into the lock, but are warm and dry, in Buckley's door are pretty warm.
The disease has giving advantage for breathing (relatively) If India Nepal, treks can be wet and shoes should use including those treks, I would go with Gore-Tex shoes.

However, from personal experience:
I had the "shoes" were they gspo Suns no favors, but they didn't have any discomfort and they were just my size (important to take one or more inflatable leg, where then starts to shake and hurt).

After two strenuous walk, had to withdraw because the feet almost broke me.

I decided to buy a new lock and cared to spend as long as you don't have to put up with every step.
Bought Salomon shoes, Gore-Tex, IE.
Very comfortable for me, and I am very pleased with them!

There is also a stronger model company "mega" Trek. And used for several years are very pleased them.


Good luck.
imtl  
#3 Posted : Friday, August 14, 2009 9:56:10 PM(UTC)
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Hey Alexey

As one who did both the path and Trek in Nepal, so I thought I might help.

Israel National Trail is a tough trail shoes. Trainers possible if you are accustomed to (IE legs) to long walks and steaks. What does. Weights as you describe with sneakers you don't finish the first day too. Go with less than 10 pounds includes everything and then we'll talk about good walking sneakers.

Bottom line, shoes for walking on the ground. Israel largely in rough terrain and Rocky and played very shoes. Therefore it is important to buy shoes that will load. I don't know why you have decided to take precisely 20 pounds. In my opinion too.

About Nepal and India. I throw here assume that you make known trekking and all sorts of other things so as to buy shoes for enough certainly to Israel. You take Porter trekking Nepal because it is very cheap. So you won't be with weights on their backs. Unnecessary. And since there is trekking seasons seasons continents so there's nothing to worry about the rain. Although you have a moisture insulation when you go out there in the snow so Gore-Tex.
Giant India and trekking there is another story, but the principle is still the same gmriff as Nepal. I assume you mean you make from Leh to Nepal.

If you need more information then I would be happy to help.
Have fun
Eyal
shivilisrael  
#4 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:13:55 AM(UTC)
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Well thank you very much friend for answers! I'll see what I'm jealous at the end.

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#5 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:33:30 PM(UTC)
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20 kg. Lower weight.

India to buy? Not absolute

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זמי1  
#6 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:36:28 PM(UTC)
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The country doesn't need Gore-Tex like in the Himalayas!
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#7 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2009 1:37:32 PM(UTC)
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If you have strong ankles in low lock with iberam. זמי1 40045.4610648148
shivilisrael  
#8 Posted : Wednesday, August 19, 2009 10:25:27 PM(UTC)
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Thank you friends for your amatlzzot. Take into account what has been said here, and bought Vasque Breeze finally

Hope you won't let me down)

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