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לייקופלאסט2  
#1 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 10:57:06 AM(UTC)
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Hello!

Already quite a few years I traveled with "sand gaspo shoes" (I think) the last five were.

Here the shoe

. Co.il http://products/194248/% D7% A0% D7% A2% D7% 9C% D7% 99% D7% 94% D7% A8% D7% 99% D7%-points-SAND Gaspo% D7% 97% D7% 95% D7% A7% D7% 95% D7% AA% D7% 91% D7% 99% D7%, 9E,% D7% 95% D7% 97% D7% 93!

I guess they stopped producing it.
I find her and try to help explain the by gaspo:

A. were strong but not Lady Extravaganza have they were simple with very few seams and soles and good iberam

B. they weren't sealed water-download the best Auxiliary ventilation too.

Typical use: three days trips in South.
Weight managed to limit the area 12 kg including water like most I trip under 10 pounds

My budget is better than not reaches 700.


In a tour of shops not found anything similar. Also weighing down the hiking shoes strength but most seemed pretty akzmplerim from
When I took a friend on a trip with hiking shoes of נורת'פייס they broke during the trip.

So come on guys help me figure out whether past or hopeful times!
Thank you!


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HarmonicWave  
#2 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 11:24:46 AM(UTC)
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Hi to oikoplest,

Good to see you here too wrapped.

If weight is indeed low, I would suggest you to look at your shoes. I recommend specific shoes of Merle. Are Congrats and cheaper (and less durable).

Because they easily and I think they really stables under compliance.

Possibly a shoe under the Hiking can adjust, but I personally know at least.

לייקופלאסט2  
#3 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 11:36:07 AM(UTC)
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Baruch is Harmonix!

In my search I came across on Merle shoes too. They seemed very simple soft and weak compared to what I used
Also, low-cut them short I might change drastically for me and maybe I ought to open up.
But I really doubt how long are walking about, uh, ribs as rboloth and various knives.
As stated, I saw with my own eyes the inflated nature of similar shoes live in the Negev.
Is there a specific model you recommend it as a strong enough?
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#4 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 1:05:28 PM(UTC)
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There are also higher models (Mid Ventilator).

Although both soft and tough, but I don't think so mteprkot easily. I'm going with them hundreds of miles in the Negev and in the main I sole itself.

You didn't mention what your weight is more important than weight:-) backpack.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 7:07:47 PM(UTC)
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Hmm ... I don't think I'm the problem? I weigh 63 kilos or so I check the mid, thanks
And I'd like to gamovn more ideas ... Also it's.
arthur  
#6 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 8:42:59 PM(UTC)
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Instead of taking advantage of your travel experience and the fact that you walk short trips in the country and down to lighter shoes you prefer to trekking shoes?
Why

Also I was very pleased with my gspo shoes
But I think you can gain more breathing ability (you said it's important to you) and download a few hundred grams with hiking shoe habit.

The Merrel survived all the 1000 miles of the trail for me just to be fair.
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#7 Posted : Thursday, December 4, 2014 11:10:32 PM(UTC)
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The tnsachti may not be true.
I mean the shoes masiviot level of gaspo-called?
In short I hear and listen to your recommendation, barrel that held those shoes in my hand do what they just seemed very weak and very soft in the various seams
Probably a mistake and perhaps optical controls every
I'd like to hear recommendations on other models too.
Many thanks to all helpers and watch!
arthur  
#8 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 12:52:35 AM(UTC)
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To iikoplest,
Don't get me wrong, I do not recommend-miral and I don't recommend it.
What I do recommend, instead of looking at models and look at shoe category, and how you feel with her. For shoes the parameter sets is your own feeling and everything is very false and depends on many variables.
Someone said you ruined him travel X shoe? Maybe keep it in storage in inappropriate conditions that hit the sole on glue?
Someone said you aching legs lock him in Y? Maybe his foot position is healthy and therefore created a strain on your ankle?
Someone said you just visibly uncomfortable shoe? Maybe his standard foot and shoe with large Toe box? And I can no longer continue and continue.

For example I will never ask for tips about shoes-not that I think I know everything I am-but simply decide that X hike ... for everybody that I was going to go under conditions Y I need easy hiking type shoe without Gore-Tex, rigid sole on half height (just for example) then I can see what's on offer in the shops, group all the shoes meet the basic settings that you scheduled, try them all and decide what is most comfortable.

I set the sand as gaspo shoe trekking – medium.
BTW if you like her, I think you can still find it in "the devil". Link

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#9 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 1:02:33 AM(UTC)
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Not produce? I bought a year ago, with Gore-Tex in the hell.
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#10 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 1:29:17 AM(UTC)
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Well, first of all, for the record, I've got all the world and his wife "the hell" came to the importer.
Don't bring shoes, and model doesn't even show up in a Google search out old country results

And Arthur-thanks for enlightening response
I accept what you say, just my situation is that I'm in unfamiliar territory--I don't really know the answer to my own question which I put lock "needs".
I know a supposed kind and it was good for me, but it's irrelevant.

If it helps, I could name a few designs I've seen in my shops round and my problems with them:

A. Merle and ntitor (easy?)
B. old Oslo model out, horizon, assuming (a bit too heavy with Gore-Tex)
C. old Oslo Jerusalem (but very thin soles, I'm afraid to get a foot strain after a trip to Eilat mountains say)

If I mess with you I apologize.
Anyway thanks for your reference until now.
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#11 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 1:55:20 AM(UTC)
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Sure you know how to answer that question. You just need a little guidance. And I think that this knowledge and that "you can get away with referring to Forum and knowing which parameters you should look for in equipment is way more important than a specific deal for shoes that have stopped producing.

You said you travel in the country especially in the South with relatively easy.
That statement Dole already, you can conclude that you fit the category of ultra-light hiking shoe synthetic medium (not skin) without Gore-Tex.
A trip down South with any sharp stones requires sole on. but anyway most companies selling some very high quality soles and ibram.

Are there special orthopedic problems Are there any ankle sprains?
I'm trying to figure out if you need extra support from the shoe.

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#12 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 12:17:12 PM(UTC)
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-Special problems insoles, but I definitely prefer high shoe!
In addition, on second thought I do reaches 15 pounds including a worst-case scenario
(8 liters of water + bag + equipment 1.5 5.5) + 63 pounds.

Thank you
eladamar  
#13 Posted : Saturday, December 6, 2014 4:26:13 PM(UTC)
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Lee was also a shoe like this one you specify gaspo upstairs.
I was very happy with it, although I was after and I didn't want to get army a lot of travel footwear
After sediments have resulted from moved skarpa Mustang, and some similar in structure and shape, only more comfortable hagaspo I think. A week ago I bought the altoro skarpa in that more Mustang is one of the most comfortable shoes I wore. Highly recommend
What to say, do not require a specific shoe, shoes have to be flexible. If a certain type of shoes so you look in style, might like more like mine happened.
In addition, this relatively decent shoe gaspo and not good there, I personally don't buy the most expensive but I think it increased skarpa rank gaspo. Encourage you to check them.
Have fun
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#14 Posted : Saturday, December 6, 2014 7:38:21 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Elad
This is what I had in mind when I asked the advice of Forum-find similar "shoes"
In the meantime, the Forum brought me to the easy option of shoes as Merle
Found in about 2 options will look similar to the original specification:

A. "skarpa"-http://www.gravityisrael.com/siteFiles/13/120/7135.asp

B. old Oslo "Clipper"-http://www.sbrs.co.il/product/%D7%A0%D7%A2%D7%9C%D7%99% D7% 94% D7% A8% D7% 99% D7% 90% D7% points% D7% A1% D7% 95% D7% 9C% D7% 95% D7%-asolo A7% D7% 9C% D7% 99% D7% A4% D7% A8% D7% A0% D7% A9% D7% 99% D7% cliffer points.

Both apparently without Gore-Tex, pretty old Oslo (probably about 600 grams per shoe) and cheaper than in

The funny thing is that I get the impression they are kind of "locally" in the search to find only skarpa results in Polish and Hebrew, and also about old Oslo model not listed with the manufacturer (shows model with Gore-Tex)

I'd love for information about these models (e.g. I couldn't find out how skarpa weighs)


And in the meantime.

eladamar  
#15 Posted : Saturday, December 6, 2014 10:32:45 PM(UTC)
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-Http://m.gooutdoors.co.uk/scarpa---baltoro gtx walking boots-p269574

A site that lists some ltoro skarpa, has the disease, considering both (1200 g)
I really loved them, pretty good price too, cost me 800 shekels for dinner) regardless of the credit is due to visit the region. (
They also don't feel heavy on the leg, try to see if you're comfortable with, I personally really loved
To my personal opinion of old Oslo achothiot skarpa more, but that's my personal opinion and share owners.
Good luck
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#16 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 12:41:11 AM(UTC)
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I am a follower of scarpa. Also owned the Mustang. Passed with credit points at and and Australia and she still looks great.

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#17 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 12:44:56 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = ייקופלאסט2; 582833]

Thanks Elad
This is what I had in mind when I asked the advice of Forum-find similar "shoes"
In the meantime, the Forum brought me to the easy option of shoes as Merle
Found in about 2 options will look similar to the original specification:

A. "skarpa"-http://www.gravityisrael.com/siteFiles/13/120/7135.asp

B. old Oslo "Clipper"-http://www.sbrs.co.il/product/%D7%A0%D7%A2%D7%9C%D7%99% D7% 94% D7% A8% D7% 99% D7% 90% D7% points% D7% A1% D7% 95% D7% 9C% D7% 95% D7%-asolo A7% D7% 9C% D7% 99% D7% A4% D7% A8% D7% A0% D7% A9% D7% 99% D7% cliffer points.

Both apparently without Gore-Tex, pretty old Oslo (probably about 600 grams per shoe) and cheaper than in

The funny thing is that I get the impression they are kind of "locally" in the search to find only skarpa results in Polish and Hebrew, and also about old Oslo model not listed with the manufacturer (shows model with Gore-Tex)

I'd love for information about these models (e.g. I couldn't find out how skarpa weighs)


And in the meantime.

Importer (CA.) stopped bringing the kliper to land (from what I understand). This is one of the hardest shoes to find the day of her birth, new models of old Oslo anyway is a shoe made of one piece (all very tough) and sole iberam's very hard, but the Desert Classic.

Many vendors in the country paying foreign companies abroad that continue to provide tadgmim they're running in the country and abroad are stopped, like a grmont specially produces Kingfisher (the supplier) the BALTI and apparently it is done in MAIN on skarpa, etc.

איתי  
#18 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 7:55:15 AM(UTC)
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Iikoplast.

I'm going with [url = http://www.zamberlan.com...442-storm-gtx-12946.html] [/url] Zamberlan Storm and I believe also in the same style you are talking about.

They have 2 main problems.

1 I don't think model without Gore-Tex
2. they have a relatively low seam lengths might deteriorate in Rocky and snowy paths (for me they have already some five years and only last summer he started to open)
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#19 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 10:06:00 AM(UTC)
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The Lowa tried I don't know their sealing models, but they have comfortable, durable and lightweight models, I personally with the Loa rngide, sounds like you're looking for something lighter, they have light skin with a few models, maybe worth checking out.

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#20 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 11:50:29 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = me; 582842] iikoplast.

I'm going with Zamberlan Storm and I believe also in the same style you are talking about.

They have 2 main problems.

1 I don't think model without Gore-Tex
2. they have a relatively low seam lengths might deteriorate in Rocky and snowy paths (for me they have already some five years and only last summer he started open)

I have the storm too and I don't recommend them. They are very comfortable but some of the shredding at the two shoes after one year of use. The store sent the shoes and repair tears throughout but now they open again.

I'm going with them much HGH and day but I don't think it's worth the wear and tear.

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