am finding the soles of my feet sore after a whilw in these boots butthat may be me. if discomfort continuies i will slip in some gel insoles, but overall good boots
it was my sons suggestion that i try these i was looking for light weight but sturdy walking boots also waterproof and my son reccomended these and im surprised he is not a decathlon rep! however these boots have lived up to his promise and more incredibly lightweight which for me is so important as is of course comfort i would reccomend these to anyone!
With fairly wide feet its always a worry buying new boots and shoes. These fit well for length and width and have proved comfortable walking in the Peak district
Waterproof. Comfortable while pottering around on a slow dog walk. However as soon as I upped the pace and distance they started to slip badly at the heel, making sore patches. Tried tightening as much as possible, also tried different socks and then an extra pair of socks (which then made the shoes too narrow across the forefoot). Nothing worked so reluctantly had to return them. If they fit you well then you won't need to buy any other, more expensive, brands.
hi, please tell me if i use thise shoe for mounainering, what happen for that?
last week i have day long snow mountain climbing whith the trek100. please tell me what happen fir my shoe? thank u
Good light weight boot for out door work or light trekking as a second pair. The tongue is a little short for my liking when the boots are laced to the top.
I bought these boots recently to replace a well known brand of German boot. They have had three outings so far and have proved to be a sound purchase. Time will tell on their longevity but I have every confidence they will cope with frequent use on differing terrain.
Completed a Munro and couple of Corbetts in these and think they are excellent have kept my feet dry even during plunges into bog water.
even after all this and when walk completed the only reason my feet were wet was from sweat so in that small respect I could say they could breath better but if that compromised the weatherproofing I would say that would make the shoe worse. Recommend to anyone Munro bagging in wet conditions. Cant comment on warmth in snow.
Purchased in January this year and only used for when walking dogs, nothing too strenuous, just pathways, grass, etc. and maybe for a max of 7 miles per week... the front half of the sole pattern is none existent, its completely flat and there is no longer any grip!
With no grip and winter rapidly approaching, there is only one place to put them and that is in the rubbish bin..!!!!
Happy to provide photos to anyone that wants them to prove that I am not making this up
Thanks for your feedback on the Trek 100 hiking shoes and we regret to hear that you have not been completely satisfied with the footwear. As you purchased them within the last 12 months, we can of course offer a full refund or exchange. Please get in touch with our customer service team or drop into a local store where the best solution can be found.
Chris Allen UK Market Manager DECATHLON