My Perfekt Hikers are my favorite.
OP, sorry to take it off topic.
They are extremely comfortable thanks to the very thick cushions that surround the ancles.
It will not let your feet get wet, even after non stop walking through high snow and sludge for many weeks! January brings minus 30c here in Canada and I wear them daily, why wait for a hike to the back country? With the exception of a period of two years where I suffered from gout and bought a pair of because they were more forgiving on my inflamed toe.
Feet stay dry and warm and once you get use to the weight they'll go for miles.
The Meindl Eagle GTX is an exceptionally light weight boot that is cool to wear.
|I couldn't believe it given their reputation||In spite of Mendl's own sizing chart, the UK sizing is "true to size" and the recommendation is that if you know your UK size, just ignore the Meindl chart and stick to your UK size|
|They are comfortable out of the box, and the durability is unmatched|
|Last year I bought some Gander Mountain Wapitis, which was supposed to be the same boot by Aku but with a rand||New they really were a pain to wear in|
|i can buy them today and walk 10 miles in them tomorrow||Mine are getting more comfortable with each wearing|
|They are more comfortable to me than Limmer, and employ a very nice sole support that is, in appearance, very close to Super Feet||The Perfekt is extremely sturdy and long lasting, with a Vibram sole that helps to reduce the chances of injuries when you are out in the mountains|
|5 41 42||I've recommended Meindl's to a half a dozen friends who bought them, and they all love them|
|These natural materials feel so good and safe||The Meindl Perfekt are full leather, sturdy and comfortable hiking boots, suited for alpine trekking and compatible with crampons|
|Made waterproof and breathable with a Gore-Tex membrane, they have a high, hand-applied rubber surround for perfect shock protection||OP, sorry to take it off topic|