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Come and try it on in Alblasserdam!

Not quite sure of the right size, height or weight? Or are you curious whether the walking shoe is sturdy enough for you? Then visit us in Alblasserdam, our experienced and expert foot specialists will be happy to help you measure, try on and try on your new pair of shoes. We have a huge range of hiking and mountaineering shoes and a unique experience center where you can test the shoes extensively outside.

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Hiking Shoes

When you go hiking, it is important to have a good pair shoes, which is why we offer a wide range of walking shoes for both men and women. Each shoe has its specific features, such as water resistance, air permeability, light weight, etc.

Some of the brands in our range are Meindl , Hanwag , Lowa and Salomon .

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  • Hiking Shoes

    Men's walking shoes come in different variants. From flexible and light to firm and a bit heavier.

    Hiking boots are divided into categories, which represent certain types of shoes and types of hikes. Below is a brief explanation of the different types and characteristics.

    Characteristics category A
    The shoes in category A are light and all-round hiking and leisure shoes for flat terrain, such as forests and asphalt.

    • Light and flexible walking shoes.
    • Intended for day hikes on good trails.
    • Available in a low and a half-high version.
    • The sole is extremely flexible.


    Features category B
    The shoes in the B category are so-called trekking shoes. The sole of this B-shoe is stiffer than in the previous category. Suitable for mountain hikes with a light pack. They provide sufficient support and protect the ankles.

    • Also known as the trekking or mountain hiking boot.
    • The walking comfort of a sports shoe and the sturdiness of the mountain shoe.
    • The sole is stiffer than the A-shoe.
    • The upper is a bit firmer than with the A-shoe.
    • The high shaft gives support to the ankles.
    • Especially suitable for longer and multi-day hikes with luggage, as long as there is a path.


    Characteristics category C
    Category C includes shoes that are used for trekking through fairly rough terrain, for which the soles of the previous categories no longer meet the requirements. The biggest difference with the previous category is, in addition to the much stiffer sole, also the stiffer upper. Ideal for tours in the mountains at higher altitudes.

    • Intended for trekking through rugged terrain.
    • Significantly more robust than the B-shoe.
    • Suitable for short use with crampons.
    • The sole bends only a little, but is pre-shaped for a good transition.


    Features category D
    Heavy crampon-proof shoes with a stiff sole. Specially made for heavier climbing in high alpine terrain and for ice climbing. We do not sell this type. This is too heavy for normal (mountain) hiking.

    • Heavy mountain boots with a stiff sole.
    • Mainly used by mountaineers.
  • Hiking Shoes(women)

    Women's walking shoes come in different variants. From flexible and light to firm and a bit heavier.

    Hiking boots are divided into categories, which represent certain types of shoes and types of hikes. Below is a brief explanation of the different types and characteristics.

    Characteristics category A
    The shoes in category A are light and all-round hiking and leisure shoes for flat terrain, such as forests and asphalt.

    • Light and flexible walking shoes.
    • Intended for day hikes on good trails.
    • Available in a low and a half-high version.
    • The sole is extremely flexible.


    Features category B
    The shoes in the B category are so-called trekking shoes. The sole of this B-shoe is stiffer than in the previous category. Suitable for mountain hikes with a light pack. They provide sufficient support and protect the ankles.

    • Also known as the trekking or mountain hiking boot.
    • The walking comfort of a sports shoe and the sturdiness of the mountain shoe.
    • The sole is stiffer than the A-shoe.
    • The upper is a bit firmer than with the A-shoe.
    • The high shaft gives support to the ankles.
    • Especially suitable for longer and multi-day hikes with luggage, as long as there is a path.


    Characteristics category C
    Category C includes shoes that are used for trekking through fairly rough terrain, for which the soles of the previous categories no longer meet the requirements. The biggest difference with the previous category is, in addition to the much stiffer sole, also the stiffer upper. Ideal for tours in the mountains at higher altitudes.

    • Intended for trekking through rugged terrain.
    • Significantly more robust than the B-shoe.
    • Suitable for short use with crampons.
    • The sole bends only a little, but is pre-shaped for a good transition.


    Features category D
    Heavy crampon-proof shoes with a stiff sole. Specially made for heavier climbing in high alpine terrain and for ice climbing. We do not sell this type. This is too heavy for normal (mountain) hiking.

    • Heavy mountain boots with a stiff sole.
    • Mainly used by mountaineers.
  • Kids Hiking Boots

    It is also important for children to have a sturdy shoe on their feet when walking. That is why we also have a wide range of walking shoes for children. Below is a brief explanation of a number of points that you can pay attention to when purchasing children's walking shoes.

    Type of walk

    To begin with, it is important to consider what type of walk you will be doing. Is it a forest walk or are you really going into the high mountains?

    Shoes with a flexible sole and a low shaft are ideal for shorter and fairly easy walks/tours. Rigid soles are not necessary on surfaces such as forest floor and asphalt.

    But when it comes to rougher walks, we recommend that you take shoes with stiffer soles, and certainly shoes with a high shaft. The advantage of a stiff sole is that the shoe does not fully bend with the surface, this gives your feet more support. The high shafts of the shoes protect your ankles from spraining, this way you can walk more smoothly.

    Additional features

    Of course there are even more differences between the hiking boots. Take the waterproofing, one shoe is water-repellent and the other shoe is completely waterproof. Water repellent is enough in most cases, but if you really have to cross streams and rivers, we definitely recommend waterproof shoes.

    It also differs per shoe how much it breathes. With many shoes, a lot of attention is paid to this as it is an important aspect of a shoe. If a shoe does not breathe, this means that you will quickly get very warm feet, and shoes will also smell faster. Breathable shoes allow air and moisture to pass through and therefore stay cool and fresh for longer. Walking shoes for kids are therefore ideal!

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Hiking Shoes

The walking shoes from our range are all suitable for a comfortable walk. The shoes can be divided into categories and all have specific properties. Every shoe is different and therefore not suitable for every activity, it is important to take this into account when buying walking shoes.

Features category A
The shoes in category A are light and all-round hiking and leisure shoes for flat terrain, such as forests and asphalt.

  • Light and flexible walking shoes.
  • Intended for day hikes on good trails.
  • Available in a low and a half-high version.
  • The sole is extremely flexible.


Features category B
The shoes in the B category are so-called trekking shoes. The sole of this B-shoe is stiffer than in the previous category. Suitable for mountain hikes with a light pack. They provide sufficient support and protect the ankles.

  • Also known as the trekking or mountain hiking boot.
  • The walking comfort of a sports shoe and the sturdiness of the mountain shoe.
  • The sole is stiffer than the A-shoe.
  • The upper is a bit firmer than with the A-shoe.
  • The high shaft gives support to the ankles.
  • Especially suitable for longer and multi-day hikes with luggage, as long as there is a path.


Features category C
Category C includes shoes that are used for trekking through fairly rough terrain, for which the soles of the previous categories no longer meet the requirements. The biggest difference with the previous category is, in addition to the much stiffer sole, also the stiffer upper. Ideal for tours in the mountains at higher altitudes.

  • Intended for trekking through rugged terrain.
  • Significantly more robust than the B-shoe.
  • Suitable for short use with crampons.
  • The sole bends only a little, but is pre-shaped for a good transition.


Features category D
Heavy crampon-proof shoes with a stiff sole. Specially made for heavier climbing in high alpine terrain and for ice climbing. We do not sell this type. This is too heavy for normal (mountain) hiking.

  • Heavy mountain boots with a stiff sole.
  • Mainly used by mountaineers.

Already know what you want, replace your current shoes or get an idea about what's out there? Then look further and make your choice if necessary! In all cases, we cordially invite you to visit us for free advice. You can also always reach us by phone.