september 2016. Buy action trekking shoes online from amazon for cash on delivery and they will send you the shoe Shoes choices Prices are not 2013 prices . Please comment if you buy these in 2013
Action hiking shoes Mumbai 1) Action hiking shoes outdoors with ankle support 800 rs 2013(shared by Parag Adkar Pune and Ajay Pradhan Mumbai) action (now known as campus) trekking shoes action trekking comes in 2 variation 699 without ankle support — Vinayak P Gawade 799 with ankle support — Vinayak P Gawade Review of the shoes (marathi) https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151575068614299&id=138585034298
“Action” Trekking shoes for 650/-. (2009) it looks more comfortable then Hunter, has rubberised soles for grip, and air ventilation for the comfort. “Action” also have a high ankle version of the same but it is not available here in the local market. (updated july 2009)
When allocating your backpacking budget, boots should be your first priority. A good pair of boots is expensive, but there are a few reasons that I advise spending money on them. First off, a good pair of boots is usable in many situations other than backpacking. If you decide at some point that backpacking isn’t for you, you can still use them for tramping through snow to work or school, yard work, wood working, construction, camping, hiking, or any time your feet need protecting. A good pair of boots allows you to do a wide range of things safely, and it’s good to have one around. Secondly, if you take care of them and don’t lose them, a good pair of boots will last you 10+ years. The pair of boots I bought when I was 13 lasted me through my first year of college (when I lost them.) Thirdly, no matter where or under what conditions you are hiking, the quality of your boots will have a big impact on how much you enjoy yourself. If your boots don’t work well for you, you’re likely to be wincing along with blistered heels, soggy feet, and in danger of spraining your ankles. If your feet are still growing I’d recommend borrowing a pair, or buying them off someone who has grown out of them. There are other things where it is worth it to spend money, but boots are the least borrowable.
Wear a pair of wool socks over a pair of polypropylene liner socks. Don’t wear cotton. The wool and polypropylene will keep your feet dry and cushioned. The liners will absorb most of the friction of your foot moving around and help prevent blisters.