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Introduction to Mountaineering Shoes

2018-11-02 13:50:45    Read:210

The early climbing shoes were all leather products. The shoemaking technology has been reformed. Light walking shoes and plastic shoes have joined the mountaineering ranks. Although leather shoes are still the preference of climbers, shoes must be hard enough to resist rock scraping., Hardness can kick hard snow out of the steps, and the migration can also be quite comfortable. The single day activity process may face anadromous streams, mud, rock debris, fallen wood, hard snow and steep rock walls. Choosing suitable hiking shoes is very important. From the appearance and sole design and how consumers consider the purpose of the mountaineering plan to use, try it on in the equipment store for a few minutes, and feel the adaptation of the foot: there is no uncomfortable seams. Feel the feel of folding to the foot to make the hamstring feel too tight. The heel can be pressed against the shoe and fixed in the space, and the extra space swing of the toe will not allow you to climb the forward toe tight to the front end. The shoe is too tight and will cause poor blood circulation, causing cold feet and frostbite, if the shoe is too loose. Can cause blisters.

The ideal hiking shoe opening must have enough space to wear easily even if it is wet or snow. The tongue of the shoe must be waterproof enough to invade. Narrow suture margins are required to prevent water intrusion. Toes and heels need 2 to 3 layers of leather or fabric protection. The front of the toe is harder and does not cause toes to be injured by squeezing or kicking hard ice and snow because of wearing an ice claw buckle. The heel is relatively hard to increase the stability of the foot during the March, and the foot can be stepped out of the foot during the snow. The use and choice of hiking shoes are balanced, supporting the body, cushioning ability of cushions, hard soles, water resistance, shoes 'suitable weight, such as lightweight shoes suitable for walking on traditional routes. Traditional routes will be used in the woods or rock climbing to choose tougher shoes. In general, lightweight shoes can not provide enough stability to carry heavier backpacks. At the same time, walking in difficult terrain needs to protect the support of his ankles, heels and toes.


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