camelcluch wrote:There are some different ways to lace your boots. It helps with slippage and really locks your foot in. Also, you can tape with luko tape in the trouble spots. That stuff will last the entire time you are out.
I’m looking at something with more padding for comfort.
Insoles are an option too but the first boots were cheap.
I’m looking at crispi and Salomon boots. Maybe Lowa.
I have some Lowa Tibets wide, and they are great boots, but even in wide they are too narrow for my feet. I think Lowa's tend to run narrow.
I now wear the Crispi Nevada wide and they fit much better. They are not as robust as the Lowa Tibets which have a stiffer sole and a little more padding, but the Nevada is a good boot for the easy to medium terrain that I have hunted out west.