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Oripl  
#1 Posted : Sunday, January 19, 2014 3:43:54 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone
In April I will fly to Nepal for a relatively short period of a month and a half,
I'm going to do Annapurna and Everest Rotator base camp/Lakes. (I.e. long tracks with weight).
After a trip back to Earth and quite often traveling far for day trips without special weight.
The question of what type of shoe to buy? Lock for trekking? Hiking? Half shoe High shoe? Shoe leather or fabric?
I need some serious shoe to carry weight to use me in Nepal and also to fit a sharp two-day tour here, too.

What kind of shoe fit?

Thanks a lot!

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arthur  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 12:58:15 AM(UTC)
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Are you sure you're going to carry large weights in Nepal? Maybe you should investigate a little more about the trekking. There are ways to relieve yourself.

Nestled high in Nepal you shoes and durability. Trekking shoes or serious hiking, sealed and made of leather or synthetic material resistant to such flexible. There is not a bad choice. Where you live?

Don't think you enjoy those shoes in Israel because this is about a different climate and kind as you said yourself short trips in a climate of Israel.
Doesn't mean you can't use the same shoe but just have less comfortable with massive and rigid shoe in the Israel sweat more and harder. Why use massive and heavy shoe when you need


A walk in the stores in your area, then you can post here your supply in your area and we will have to talk about.

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Oripl  
#3 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 3:14:36 AM(UTC)
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Thank you for your comment!
I'm available for each shoe, living at the Center.
Which category should I contact?
Eli TheHiker  
#4 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 8:43:45 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = Oripl; 578091] Hi everyone
What kind of shoe fit?
Thanks a lot!

In the early days of traveling, not thinking at all to invest in equipment and therefore bought cheap and stuff, and after several years I've come to understand that we have to take back, weights and started looking for more quality, easy, and handy, and after several years I've come to the conclusion that it is better to buy different stuff for any type of trip.

What I'm trying to say is mnision, preferably (if this possible financially) to hold several different shoes for different types of excursion and one very good shoe for any type of trip.

Not quite a case divided into categories of shoes, for example here: an outline of different types

Pretty good here and explain which shoe to choose what happened: leafy selection

Oripl  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 9:50:59 AM(UTC)
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I appreciate your response.
You are absolutely right and this is the ideal situation.
But not the case for me, I don't travel on a regular basis so I don't need any type of shoe.
Total lock serve me beautiful in Nepal and trips here on Earth sometimes distant relative.
ranch7  
#6 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:09:52 AM(UTC)
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I don't agree with me-I think it is possible to find shoes that are consuming. Nobody buys new shoes for every type or Trek the weight on my back a little.

-With personal Merrel Moab Ventilator (the model) and I love them-they also used in Nepal, treks in the U.S. and Israel, and I'm going with them much, simply because they're really comfortable. I'm planning to get Ethan to PCT this year (maybe I should buy a new same model that already some weathered).

In general I think of good Merrel shoes The main drawback-they're very airy, so wet and cold places you may suffer (for example if you travel in Nepal in winter, or you just feel cold). For example getting wet shoes inside each half of a small stream, then itibsho fast. This compared to shoes, remain opaque (but it would be very hot to walk on Earth).

The most important factor in choosing shoes and try figure out what Noah, because each has a different foot. If this doesn't help, the perfect shoe but is very uncomfortable.

Eli TheHiker  
#7 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:53:09 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = ranch7; 578117]

I don't agree with me-I think it is possible to find shoes that are consuming. Nobody buys new shoes for every type or Trek the weight on my back a little.

The intention was not to buy new shoes for trekking (medium shoe and above should have at least average to about 1000 km or about 3 years before you need to replace), but to distinguish different tours are essentially such excursions without cleaning, weight with a heavy Backpack on my back for a long time, walking on glaciers.

גלילאו  
#8 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:55:51 AM(UTC)
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At first I bought Mid I Chameleon factor 4 and very pleased with them.

When he left me for a walk in the cold, rain and more serious to the conclusion that Eli got to her, so I bought another pair of more massive and a little higher.

Also on the subject, it is advisable to hold one to one extreme and cold climate of the country.

Factor in the walk and in extreme wet weather, take the other and accordingly also the sack.

If the trip includes warm days and extreme cold seeing more massive shoes because there is no way out with 2 pairs.

הלך עברי  
#9 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 12:11:33 PM(UTC)
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Basically no overseas routes.
I know me and Galileo.
Using two pairs is not necessarily more expensive, since the shoes last longer.
arthur  
#10 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 12:19:18 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Eli TheHiker; 578118]

[Quote = ranch7; 578117]

I don't agree with me-I think it is possible to find shoes that are consuming. Nobody buys new shoes for every type or Trek the weight on my back a little.

The intention was not to buy new shoes for trekking (medium shoe and above should have at least average to about 1000 km or about 3 years before you need to replace), but to distinguish different tours are essentially such excursions without cleaning, weight with a heavy Backpack on my back for a long time, walking on glaciers.

Yes.

See oripl, I've been thinking a bit about the subject. I think I will have a selection of shoes that will serve you well in Nepal and still be able to travel with them. Therefore not be the best fan day trips and the Israel be overkill but most Israeli audience using a bit too much for shoes short trips here. One day when you want to upgrade on the equipment-we're still going to be here.

However, the criteria that you should look for are:

* Shoe quality.

* Good sole that provides plenty of grip

* Limb, whether it's leather or synthetic material

* Best pool that holds the foot well.

* Shoes or 3/4

* Regarding the opacity of water-it depends on your preference. I prefer water tightness against evaporation capacity.

And of course measure. It is the most important thing. Go with a lot of shoe store, make sure you take one size above your size in order to not touch the thumb lock downs even when you wear a thick heel stocking securely connected and every time you go in.

To write you some samples in my opinion would be that my preference for a certain shoe that doesn't necessarily mean that it will be good for you.

avimeron  
#11 Posted : Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:14:19 PM(UTC)
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Shoes

The most important item for the traveler. If not then that investors pay every step. And his entire traveler's to go, a significant thing.

As written here before, the country will sell you the shoes. Maybe it's a symptom. And prepare to pay a lot for something you don't need, and carry this one step at a time. And remember also that you sometimes get a shoe lying three years in storage. This is problematic because of the glue. Each shoe has a paste.

Keep in mind that there are no smart experience

Recommend you to go and buy what you feel rested and inexpensive. Leave companies and leave gimmicks and leave suggestions. When you go a lot of mileage to know what matters to you.

Good tip per product. Start anything cheap and easy from there. In Nepal can buy all the equipment you need.

The only thing I wouldn't play with it food stuff. Purification for example don't buy in Nepal.

And all the other travelers: I hope I'm not the only one who mtherpk on memories of those trips of 25 pounds on your back, with sports shoes and diadora's gay school. It is impossible to appreciate walking with lightweight without it.

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