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roeijac  
#1 Posted : Sunday, August 10, 2014 8:47:50 PM(UTC)
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Hi friends,
I plan to go the TMB next summer and I'm currently in Spain and Portugal and I thought I would take this opportunity and buy shoes at insane prices.
Preference for shoes with goretex-don't want to swim in my shoes if the weather decides to do what he wants.
It should be noted that I have a high arch and I need relative volume.
Would love a recommendation and some have good shops in Spain or Portugal.
Ready to invest 700-800 also chess and to get shoes that will last me for including other trekking years later (if there is such an animal)
Realize the decathlon but she sells primarily shoes French manufacturer's forgot his name. The question is how? Prefer to buy something more familiar.

Thank you very much.
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naty_h  
#2 Posted : Monday, August 11, 2014 1:37:30 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = roeijac; 580957] Hi friends,
I plan to go the TMB next summer and I'm currently in Spain and Portugal and I thought I would take this opportunity and buy shoes at insane prices.
Preference for shoes with goretex-don't want to swim in my shoes if the weather decides to do what he wants.
It should be noted that I have a high arch and I need relative volume.
Would love a recommendation and some have good shops in Spain or Portugal.
Ready to invest 700-800 also chess and to get shoes that will last me for including other trekking years later (if there is such an animal)
Realize the decathlon but she sells primarily shoes French manufacturer's forgot his name. The question is how? Prefer to buy something more familiar.

Thank you

Maybe ktsoaha?

Bought in February that makes them water free not even wet the most comfortable shoes I have ever had to remove shoes, Ross shoes Australian kangaroo with which moved in the Andes the brand tzilianim doesn't exist today.

daniel.rozalis  
#3 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2014 10:14:24 AM(UTC)
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If you're still there.
On occasion, have dechatlon's shoes Lowa Renegade model generally, which is one of the world's top models today.
I saw him in dklthon in various countries this year moves in prices between $ 550 to $ 900.
If you don't have Quechua's shoes also do the job.
Good luck
sereje4ka1  
#4 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2014 4:11:10 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = 581091; daniel rozalis.] If you're still there.
On occasion, have dechatlon's shoes Lowa Renegade model generally, which is one of the world's top models today.
I saw him in dklthon in various countries this year moves in prices between $ 550 to $ 900.
If you don't have Quechua's shoes also do the job.
Good luck

Where do you see the RENEGADE 550

daniel.rozalis  
#5 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2014 6:45:01 PM(UTC)
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Saw them right now (I'm back from Romania on the 13th month) in the Decathlon in Brasov in Romania, on $ 525 exactly.
The most expensive year I saw this year was a decathlon in Milan, was roughly $ 900 the area 180 euro.
roeijac  
#6 Posted : Monday, August 18, 2014 1:51:33 AM(UTC)
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Hi and thank you,
These are MID shoes fit me also other treks in the future? Don't buy shoes just for this trek.
I'm still here, currently in Portugal and then back to Spain. Someone tried to get a refund on the IVA? They rise in Spain that realy 154 euros, but with at least some of their local hamam to affordable, safe and cheap. Is OK to take half as much above and a whole scale as people usually
I buy in Madrid so I can get a refund at the airport.
I'd like more recommendations that store shoes or other good and cheap sports shops near Madrid. Budget up to 150 ~ euro (including IVA).
Thanks again
daniel.rozalis  
#7 Posted : Monday, August 18, 2014 10:13:05 AM(UTC)
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Note that usually need to fill out another form store refund VAT Tax refund form note not all in one store.
-The recommended method is to take the measurements of your feet and stomp around, tiptoe through the end of the measurements should have a profit.
If the leg be Bull won't be anywhere to expand inside the shoe while walking, and decreases you probably want to walk away from your toes.
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