Sidi adventure boots

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Sidi adventure boots

Post by Jaime » Mon May 07, 2012 4:24 pm

Hi, does anyone have the above boots? Do you recommend them or have a better alternative? Thanks.

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by Tenere Mart » Mon May 07, 2012 4:27 pm

Hi bud
If you on a tight budget ,, W2 boots are also worth £149.00
Sidi's are nice and are good aswell .
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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by Jaime » Mon May 07, 2012 4:30 pm

Thanks, budget not main issue, just want good product and good value.

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by jkclive1971 » Mon May 07, 2012 4:46 pm

Go for the sidi had mine 2 years sole is a bit soft and will end up getting mine resole-d
But 110 % water proof can walk round all day in them

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by CRAIGREVO » Mon May 07, 2012 4:49 pm

I think the soles wear out very fast. I remember a pair for sale second hand that had "very little use" but the soles were bold! :blink:
Ive had a pair of shoes for 5years that I wear daily for walking that still have a massive amount of tread left.

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by Fried Egg Sandwich » Mon May 07, 2012 5:08 pm

CRAIGREVO wrote:I think the soles wear out very fast. I remember a pair for sale second hand that had "very little use" but the soles were bold! :blink: .
Would those be the ones worn a handful of times? Bloke with many fingered hands... :evil:
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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by AckAckFlack » Mon May 07, 2012 5:16 pm

CRAIGREVO wrote:I think the soles wear out very fast. I remember a pair for sale second hand that had "very little use" but the soles were bold! :blink:
Ive had a pair of shoes for 5years that I wear daily for walking that still have a massive amount of tread left.
The boots are fantastic - but Craig is right the soles wear out very quick.
There is a couple of threads on here with pics of the soles.
A new pair of soles are £35 and there is about a £15 resole cost too.

They are waterproof and are warm in winter, they have good ankle protection and the hinge works well for walking.
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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by appleby » Mon May 07, 2012 5:21 pm

I would get the Adventure's if only I could wear out my Sidi Courier's!
The courier's are classed as waterproof, but not quite in my opinion. The sole is as good as new after 7 years & I would just about say they were run in.

Oh yes, they don't squeak either! :whistle:

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by NKL990 » Mon May 07, 2012 7:14 pm

My mates got a pair and the soles aren't that soft, he has walked a fair few miles in his and they still look new.

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by CRAIGREVO » Mon May 07, 2012 7:31 pm

NKL990 wrote:My mates got a pair and the soles aren't that soft, he has walked a fair few miles in his and they still look new.
Why do you check your mates soles? :laugh: :laugh:

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