Meindl Bhutan MFS Walking Boot
RRP £279.99 – £299.99
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Very comfortable straight out of the box (good old Meindl MFS!) with the best fit for my broadish foot of all the five alternatives I tried (including Meindl Vakuums) and the lowest price I could get anywhere. Great traditional mountain & hill 3 season boot! May be heavier than some but lovely rolling walk action, aggressive, grippy sole means I did not notice. Although I am yet to try them on a proper walk (in the Lakes or Snowdonia), they are as comfy and feel even more supportive than my 10 year old (& only now falling apart) Burma Pros. Can’t wait to try them properly and looking forward to the next 10 years!
(22nd November, 2018)
Bhutan MFS walking boot feature guide:
* Nubuck Leather upper
* GORE-TEX lining
* Air-Active footbed
* Digafix lacing system
* Memory Foam System
* Meindl Multigrip Vibram rubber sole
* Waterproof protection
Sportwax is a natural product formulated to condition and proof leather. Apply it with a sponge or cloth and don’t forget the tongues of the boots. Rub the wax in well. There’s no need to heat it, as this could reduce boot breathability. Waxing changes the appearance of the leather, making it smoother and darker. Applying a little to the hooks and eyelets also protects them against corrosion.
Conditioning and proofing spray keeps nubuck leather and suede protected. The boots can be treated when the uppers aren’t quite dry – it ensures they’ll remain supple. Applying a little wax to the hooks and eyelets will protect them from corrosion.