Walking shoes

Discussion in 'Using the bargains and best buys section' started by Cupcase, Nov 2, 2014.

  1. Cupcase

    Cupcase Registered Users

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    I think I have a broken toe. My lovely merrels were painful. My wellies more so. I bought a cheap pair of the most ugly sandal,

    https://onedrive.live.com/redir?res...authkey=!AB9Dsjuq5nm2yPY&v=3&ithint=photo,jpg

    Not practical in the least. So I was forced to buy another pair of shoes. I did it online this time and paid £45 for a pair of these

    https://www.merrell.com/UK/en_GB/all-out-fuse/17021W.html

    Similar to JulieT as I since discovered you don't wear socks. I ordered them after reading a bad review.
    " wide at the toe but too narrow at the foot" they're perfect. The grip I have and most importantly my poor toe isn't squashed and painful.
    I have down loaded an app the NHS makes, to help you start running. These shoes were made for it.

    What we do to walk the dogs
     
  2. JulieT

    JulieT Registered Users

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    Oh no! Poor toe. Glad you have found something comfy - you need comfy shoes to walk with the dogs, for sure.
     
  3. Beanwood

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    Ouch poor you! Glad you have found something comfy...running? Not so sure about that!:rolleyes::eek:
     
  4. Oberon

    Oberon Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    Ouch, a broken toe is very painful.

    I recently bought sone Dublin River Boots from a horse shop - they are a version of Dubarrys, but without the price tag. Same design, warm, waterproof and comfortable. Just mentioning it in case anyone reading this thread likes the Dubarry style but not the Dubarry price.
     

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