Walking off the pounds, where do I buy some decents boots?

I'm attempting to improve my fitness and beleive a realistic exercise is some moor walking. I wanna get a reasonable pair off walking boots, can anyone help by suggesting a particular brand and online store?


  • Mankysteve
    Mankysteve Posts: 4,257 Forumite
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    Wrong forum. If your lucky enough to have a cotsworld rock-bottom near by they had goood prices a few weeks ago. TJ hughes have a decent book selection as well.
  • frugalmacdugal
    frugalmacdugal Posts: 10,077 Forumite
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    edited 8 January 2010 at 7:32AM
    Mankysteve wrote: »
    TJ hughes have a decent book selection as well.

    that's more like it, sitting in the heat, burning off the pounds turning the pages, reading a book on hill walking.:rotfl:
  • 27col
    27col Posts: 6,554 Forumite
    Millets have a sale on at the moment. There seemed to be some serious reductions when I looked in the window last week.
    I can afford anything that I want.
    Just so long as I don't want much.
  • Primrose
    Primrose Posts: 10,625 Forumite
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    Wouldn't recommend buying boots online. You need to try them on to be sure they are comfortable. Uncomfortable or bad fitting walking boots are hell and a complete waste of money.
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