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Arik  
#1 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 3:12:56 AM(UTC)
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A few questions for anyone who understands:

1. is there a way to know what type of shoe without find on the manufacturer's site?
Explanation: assuming that the shoe is designed for backpackingmachine, is there a way to know whether her shoe store belongs to the same category or rather each category different?

2. what types of soles are used in the category, which is designed to travel with heavy weights (approx. 15 kg and above)?
Explanation: is there any significance to him made the sole shock absorbers such as PU, EVA emphasizing the amount of weight the same topics?

3. is there a significant difference in durability, comfort and life span of each of the materials?
Explanation: is it possible to know for sole made of a specific material, the distance/time that takes to break her, what would she be comfortable throughout the life of the shock absorbers, or nothing?
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#2 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 4:25:07 AM(UTC)
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1. shoe weight (heavy) type (full) and shoe type reinforcement will good indication for the shoe.

2 + 3 in principle and ibram. Not so understand the differences, import someone sharpen it up:-)
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#3 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 4:32:01 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = LiorEl] 1. shoe weight (heavy) type (full) and shoe type reinforcement will good indication for the shoe.

2 + 3 in principle and ibram. Not so understand the differences, import someone sharpen it up:-)


Sorry, this doesn't help at all.

1. a heavy sole and a massive shoe might as well be intended to work and/or heiking slammed with lightweight gear.

2 + 3. And although considered ibram soles leading manufacturers, but it isn't.
First, there are more manufacturers.
Secondly, the sole of my running shoes manufactured and iberam but I didn't want to take them for a walk. Arik 40851.1194328704
guy_ziv  
#4 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 11:06:19 AM(UTC)
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Eric, I suggest giving your attitudes and your formulations. Something not working out so well. Guy_ziv 40851.3379861111
arthur  
#5 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 5:21:03 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Arik] some questions for someone who understands:

1. is there a way to know what type of shoe without find on the manufacturer's site?
Explanation: assuming that the shoe is designed for backpackingmachine, is there a way to know whether her shoe store belongs to the same category or rather each category different?

If you really want to invest "in the study," you try all kinds of shoes that you can find in the country. That's what you did when I bought my shoes and bag. I tried about 10 files types and 15 types of shoes. Then come home with lists of models and see them online. Why Because there are things you can't see with the naked eye. But some since of course, as you've already answered you in kapaking's shoes typically have leather Gore-Tex or vindex, + sole ibram's usually rigid with deep profile, the laces are always with and without holes, the fewer seams on the shoe, the fewer utensils on the shoe, is connected with the epidemic of cloth to prevent water infiltration shoe, reinforced hooks at the top of the shoe, so if it's a serious shoe can also be rubber snow appearing near the sole. The shoe itself feel like it provides ankle support. And of course it will boot or boot, never locked half or three quarters.


2. what types of soles are used in the category, which is designed to travel with heavy weights (approx. 15 kg and above)?

There are lots of tens. Conference website and check out all kinds ibram soles, there is an explanation of each.

Explanation: is there any significance to him made the sole shock absorbers such as PU, EVA emphasizing the amount of weight the same topics?


Of course, PU soft and easier to walk than EVA but lasts less weights. See this space certainly not so black and white that everything changes. My shoe with the PU not happen anything after over 1200 miles with very high weights. Very glad I took this model with the EVA.

3. is there a significant difference in durability, comfort and life span of each of the materials?
Explanation: is it possible to know for sole made of a specific material, the distance/time that takes to break her, what would she be comfortable throughout the life of the shock absorbers, or nothing?

I think I answered it. Regarding the distance of course not, you never know these things very dynamic. I don't think it should be a consideration how long it takes to cushion a shoe because better arychoch will be carried out before and during the Trek.



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Arik  
#6 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 6:10:49 PM(UTC)
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Thank you Arthur, it seems that all the frame corners.

[QUOTE = arthur] Of course, PU soft and easier to walk than EVA but lasts less weights in high regard this course isn't so black and white that it all changes in my shoe with the PU not happen anything after over 1200 miles with high weights very, very glad I took this model with the EVA.


Which shoe is all about, if I may ask?


If anyone has anything to add, I'd like to read.


arthur  
#7 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 10:16:13 PM(UTC)
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Glad I could help.

The shoe is With Lite Gaspo.
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#8 Posted : Saturday, November 5, 2011 2:57:06 PM(UTC)
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Easy sharpening:
Backpacking category suitable for backpacking and trekking to the shoes are lktgoria this.
True Israel mix-up categories and many shops display a backpacking category shoes shoe trekking but this is due to several reasons:
1. trekking shoes relatively expensive for the Israeli audience.
2. most Israelis (a trip after the military) not doing trekking and backpacking, but often with suffering carrying the equipment, and more rigid shoe be uncomfortable not suitable to your needs.
3. most of the trekking shoes are Gore-Tex shoes not so popular (unfortunately).

About the sole company the largest sole is entire and sole ibram 150 models distributed by category designation.
For trekking in this hard sole lawyer with good resistance to abrasion and relatively deep depth grooves in midsole to increase grip.
There are other manufacturers of soles for example sky wok skarpa company uses her soles, where the emphasis in sole is ground handling, but also prevent erosion.

For all that, among other things, the type of sole, the type of epidemic, type and thickness of ה"שנק" come have a shoe sole, purpose etc.
I don't think there is a significant difference in the suspension of two types you specified in the categories "shoes.
What has this difference in weight and feel.
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