Trekking enthusiasts will love these light and comfortable hiking shoes, designed to guarantee an excellent foot roll. Perfect for long treks on vehicle suitable roads!
the shoes are really wonderful and good, though if worn for a long time it feels too stiff and in trek as one needs to walk alot, therefore it feels too hard after a while and also causes foot aches making it really uncomfortable.
Massive collection of right gadgets for health consious people. I brought my EBC trekking gears at Hubli (India) outlet. Trained staff guided me to choose right stuff required for the low temperature trek. Especially trekking boots (QUECHUA)are awesome. Even though I buy in 2015 for NEPAL EBC trek until I use again this month for Mt.Rinjani trek I reserved my comments on line. 8 to 10 people out of our 28pax group used these shoes ( may be some with latest models). For all of us these worked well in grip & ankle support. Inner sole for my model not that soft .hence I replaced with gel type sole available in market for better cushioning. My short server among other trekker. .these shoes are worth money spent compared exorbitant pricy shoes from colombia or other international brands. I will continue to buy these as need replacement for 2nd pair.
Extremely comfortable for hiking. Works in snow too. Water resistant and sticks to your feet like your socks.
However I asked for a bill be sent to my email address. I didn't receive it yet. Please send a soft copy of the bill. I purchased two items on 31 March at Ansal Plaza, New Delhi.
Just brought this shoe for sandakphu trek..It handled 4days of trek like pro..the grip,traction,flexibility,etc are perfect..
Unfortunately on last day it drizzled..shoe holded good for about 3hours but then to my horror,water started seeping in in right foot..and soon it was a puddle of water in right foot whereas left foot was completely dry..rest of trek became a challenge with draining water out of shoe constantly.
Hello Mr. Ravi,
Thanks for your feedback on the Quechua Trek 100 boots. I apologize for the inconvenience caused to you.
Just to give you an insight on these boots, these boots come with a waterproof PU membrane inside and a water-repellent treatment outside. There are few possibilities here with regards to water coming in.
1. Water is coming in from the top or the tongue if you are not wearing Gaiters. Capillary action sucks water from surrounding areas(puddles, dew on long grass etc.) and the dry parts of the boots get wet. Gaiters with waterproof over trousers are advised in this case.
2. It is not water that has got in but the sweat that is finding it hard to escape the boots because the breathability of the boots is reduced due to the waterproof membrane getting clogged with dirt or salt crystals found in sweat, all it need is a good clean(inside&outside both) that will open the pores of the membrane. Use footwear cleaner for this purpose, air dry the boots completely in shade and apply the water-repellent spray after that. Leave it to dry.
I stay available if you have any more doubts and further assistance with our products in future.
I purchased the same for my Roopkund trek and started break in wearing in road for 10 days. I noticed a corn in upper left corner of feet and it developed pain. The shoe is very hard and may be the reason for that. I use UK 41 for regular shoes. This also fits into but I think upper portion of shoe is not enough spread and put pressure in my upper feet. Other things are ok.
The first one hour of wearing the shoes, I fell on ice. They don't provide good traction , are not waterproof. After I recovered after bed red of four day I wore them again since they are the only shoes I took with me. I fell the second time.
Comfortable trekking shoes. They are waterproof and have a great grip. Great built quality. Used them for only about a week but they feel solid. They just feel on the heavier side.
A little on the heavier side.
Tried these shoes in himalaya... I was told that they had good insulation till - 10 but didn't find so I wasn't comfortable, had some issue with friction on rocks while other shoes had good grips. Also shoes uper clip was positioned badly as both clips stuck in each other and one may fall please look into it.
Heavy, poor insulation, slippery on rocks as well
I am currently using this in my trek in Sweden, and had almost covered at least 30 kms on it. It's criss cross grip is really helpful while crossing muddy terrain, but is of limited use on ice.
Further I vouch for its waterproof features as till date, my socks had never gotten wet
Comfort, Waterproof qualities, Value for money.
Grip on ice/snow, quality of the shole laces.
Quechua Forclaz 500 is one of the best within budget and I would recommend it to anyone interested in serious trekking.
Sturdy toe guard, high ankle guard, ease in wearin