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Campri Snowden Ladies Walking Boots

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Brand: Campri / Type: Walking Boots

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      24.01.2013 12:26
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      not bad boot for the price

      My Christmas pressie from my hubby this year was a pair of walking boots. Because my last pair had just died a death. This was only one of my presents I hasten to add. These Campari walking boots are a far cry from my lovely pair of Solomon boots, but are a good lightweight pair of light walking boots for those light to medium strength power walks up gentle slopes and across the fields that surround our house. They are comfortable and look nice in grey and pink trim (very Girlie), but fit very nicely which is good as I have great difficulty getting shoes to fit properly on a whole. The ankle support grips well and does not rub with constant walking up hills, another plus for me as the paths around where I live are very uphill and down dale. The overall comfort is good and they are breathable which is another plus, even though they are made from man made fibres. After time in them I have found that wearing them all day is probably not a good idea as I did start to feel my feet getting tired by the end of a busy day running here and there. I am not big on exercise but am trying to get a bit of walking in here and there and try to do as much as I can not only for my weight but my own personal enjoyment too. So when the opportunity arrives I try to go out walking. Having done this a few times wearing these boots I have not found reason to complain about comfort or their claim that they are waterproof having put that to the test on the beaches around us. My feet stayed dry going through some quite deep puddles on many walks and the breathable lining is doing well. Overall this pair of walking shoes is good and I would recommend them for a light to medium level of walking I really think you would need a much more robust type of boot if you are going for a major trek like up Ben Wyvis for example. But on the whole very good value for the small price they cost. The price is cheap but reasonable at £17.99 and vat. They can be bought from Field & Trek, an online store and arrive within days of ordering. Another thing we were both impressed with.

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