Written on: 24/01/2011
Do a fair amount of Peak District walking, and have used since July 10 to now (Jan 11). Very comfortable, with a reasonable grip on most terrain. Very waterproof (as long as you use an appropriate proofer such as Ledergris at regular intervals.) Early days yet, but certainly so far would not hesitate to buy another pair... mind you trust it will be a year or three before they need replacement.
But... of course... would always suggest going to a specialist walking boot retailer, and only... (read more)
Written on: 24/12/2010 by agama (1 review written)
The Brasher supalite 2 is a fine boot with many qualities, supports the foot very well, is light and totally dry with a good leather, goretex-lined upper. Its sole, however, has widely spaced flat and shallow "studs" that have little grip on grassy slopes and cause you to tumble on icy pavements. It is advertised for hill walking rather than mountain trekking, but I would pitch it more as a city walking boot.
Its laces also wear out after 3 months use. (read more)
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