The Nokia N95-3, HTC Touch from Sprint and the Blackberry 8310 from at&t passed the compatibility test with flying colors. Unfortunately, the Motorola RAZR2 and Samsung’s new F700v or Croix for Vodafone only able to see 4GB of the 8GB total. Make sure to check that your mobile device is fully compatible with the new 8GB MicroSDHC cards before running out to your local electronic store or placing an order online.
It’s not possible to have one boot that’s perfect for every occasion, but a 3-4 season boot is probably as close you can get. FIT: It doesn’t matter what features a boot has, if it doesn’t offer you the right fit, then it’s not for you. The Himalayas look the part as soon you take them out of the box, the massive rubber rand showing they mean business. These boots are incredibly comfortable right out of the box and are also one of the best-looking boots too.
This boot is considerably cheaper than most of the others in this test, but has plenty to commend it. Another classic-looking boot and British-made too, the Mallerstang 2 is most comparable to the Zamberlan and the Scarpa in what it offers. In many ways comparable to the Berghaus, the Jannu II again has a slightly roomier fit and is also one of the lightest boots on test here.
This is a beautifully-made boot combining a classic-looking full grain leather upper with quite a hi-tech looking sole with an articulated arch. SL M3 took a while to wear in, rather than offering the out-of the-box comfort that something like the Meindl or Mammut give you.
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Offering as much support and protection as you’ll ever need, they will even take you onto snow at a push, with a sole stiff enough to take C1 crampons, yet still be flexible enough to remain comfortable after hours of walking or trekking. Some are wider or roomier than others that offer a more snug fit, but the key is to try different brands on in a shop to find the fit that suits you. In many ways they could be considered a ‘lite’ version of the Meindls; they weigh a bit less, have a slightly less stiff sole, have a lower ankle cuff, have a less pronounced rand and so on.
The Opti-Stud tread pattern is intended to get a grip in the mud as well as prevent clogging, while the high ankle cuff will give you plenty of support on rocky trekking trails for example. In practice we found the fit a little too roomy for our liking, and despite having a high ankle cuff the Ahklun didn’t provide as much support as we’d expect from a true 3-4 season boot.
If differs from the Tarazed in that the ankle cuffs are lower and overall it feels slightly less bulky. In use the Vioz feels very supportive and precise, ‘rolling’ nicely as you walk and offering a balance of stiffness and flex that makes it a pleasure to wear both when walking or scrambling.
Its stiff sole is great for rock though and overall it’s a boot that makes you feel well protected. The outer sole is pretty rigid while the medium depth tread will work well on both mud and on rock.
They generally feel less bulky than the Meindls though you could argue that that’s at the expense of a bit of support.
The fit is roomier than some of the other boots we tested, and whether this suits you depends on your feet shape and whether you like a more ‘precise’ feel when walking. The choice of upper material is an odd one, as it doesn’t save a significant amount of weight compared to the others, yet gives less protection from knocks from rocks for example. It’s possibly the most flexible of the boots tested, though the sole is still stiff enough to take a crampon if necessary.
Protection and support is very good though, and again this is an excellent value boot for the money.

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A rubber rand (a band between upper and sole) offers extra protection for the boot and your feet.
From the box, these are one of the most comfortable boots you will find, aided by Meindl’s memory foam system (hence the MFS in the name).
The fit is not as snug as some of the other boots here, but whether this suits you or not depends on your own preference. We think it’s best suited to general walking and trekking, rather than scrambling for example, but at this price it’s a great buy. The boot oozes quality, and its upper feels almost like a single piece of leather that’ll seal out the elements.
LINING: Look for a Gore-Tex or other brand waterproof lining which will help keep your feet dry even if water gets through the leather outer. Though not offering quite as much protection as some, this was definitely one of our favouries. Well there’s no substitute for trying out boots yourself, so get yourself down your local outdoors retailer and let your feet decide!
Although it’s the most expensive boot in our test, the Himalaya is a top quality product that is man enough for the toughest walks or treks. ANKLE CUFFS: In theory the higher the cuff the more support it will give your ankles, however you may prefer a mid cut for increased dexterity  and comfort on extended hikes and treks. CRAMPON COMPATIBILITY: Though not intended for mountaineering in winter conditions, 3-4 season boots generally are able to take strap-on C1 crampons, for short periods of walking in snow.

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