Stuore Low Hiking Boots Men

A low cut, fully leather lined hiking shoe with a rugged approach sole with great grip from Vibram.

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    Product information

    Size guides

    Finding the right size

    The easiest way to quickly find the right size is:

    1. Put on a thin sock and measure your feet from heel to toe

    2. Then add 15 mm and;

    3. Compare with the sizes in the table below.

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    Length last (mm) EU UK US
    233 35 2.5 3
    240 36 3/3.5 3.5/4
    246 37 4/4.5 4.5/5
    253 38 4.5/5 5/5.5
    260 39 5.5/6 6/6.5
    266 40 6/6.5 6.5/7
    273 41 7/7.5 7/7.5
    280 42 8/8.5 8/8.5
    286 43 8.5/9 9/9.5
    293 44 9.5/10 10/10.5
    300 45 10.5/11 10.5/11
    306 46 11/11.5 11/11.5
    313 47 12/12.5 12.5/13
    320 48 12.5/13 13/13.5

    Technical specifications

    • Product number 1010722-711
    • FabricContent:
      • Heinen Terracare full-grain Leather
      • Liba Smart TPU 1,5 mm, Leather insole, Vibram Pepe outsole
    • Country of origin:Romania
    • Carry weight:510 g
    • Shoelace length:130 mm
    • Boot Fit:Regular||Regular
    • Last:G2182376
    • Gender:Men
    • Season:All Year
    • Concept:Fulu
    • Color:Chestnut

    FAQ

      How should hiking shoes and hiking boots fit?

      A hiking shoe or boot should fit comfortably on your foot.

      It doesn't matter if it feels airy at the front, but it should fit well in the heel and shouldn't be loose when you walk. This is a bit different for our shell boots.
      Ideally, you should have about 15 mm between your toes and the edge of the shoe at the front.
      They should feel comfortable from the start, but they will only get better the more you walk with them.

      See our size guide here


      E.g.: Bjerg low, Bjerg mid

      What size Omni shoes/boots should I wear?

      Size of Bjerg, Stuore and Kilen: Measure your feet, add 15 mm and choose the right size from our size chart. Sometimes you can go up or down a size from what the table says without it being too short or too long – the most important thing is that the shoe fits comfortably and that the heel does not slip!

      E.g.: a foot that is 251 mm: 251 + 15 = 266, which is size 40.

      Here you will find our size guide!

      Which boots should I choose?

      This will depend entirely on personal preferences and your intended area of use. All our shell boots have the same function: they are good on technical terrain, have good durability, keep wetness out, are easy to repair, quick-drying, can be used for many different things, etc.

      We also have boots with lining on the inside, which can be used for easier hikes if you want a little more comfort in the boot, without having to create it yourself with thick socks.

      Single-layer boots: Vandra, Forest

      Three-layer boots: Jaure, Mira, Professional etc.

      Shoes/boots with lining: Bjerg, Stuore

      We’ve made a film that describes how you can choose boots, watch it here!

      What is a shell boot?

      A shell boot has no lining inside. An ordinary boot with a membrane or leather lining can keep water out for a while, but once it gets wet, it takes a long time to dry it. A shell boot has a cellular rubber bottom, which makes them completely waterproof at the bottom. As long as you take care of the leather, it will remain waterproof for many, many years. As there is no lining or other material that absorbs water, shell boots are extremely quick-drying, allowing you to wade with them.

      Two of our shell boots: Jaure II Ms Lt High and Mira II Ws lt High

      Read more about our boots here!

      Are Bjerg and Stuore shell boots?

      No. Most people who talk about Lundhag boots talk about our shell boots.

      Bjerg, Stuore and Kilen are hiking shoes/hiking boots that are constructed in a different way than the boots, without a cellular rubber bottom and with a lining on the inside.

      This means that they are not boots and do not become as waterproof as a shell boot (e.g. Jaure II Ms Lt High and Mira II Ws High), but they have other advantages and disadvantages.

      For example, the lining makes them comfortable to walk in from the start, but they take longer to dry once they get wet.

      Read more about our boots here!

      What’s the difference between a summer and a winter boot?

      Most of our hiking boots are made for use in spring, summer and autumn. We also have winter boots, such as Skare mid and Stuore Insulated (add link).

      Of course, you can wear a summer boot in the winter, but here are some differences between summer and winter boots:

      * Winter boots generally have a softer rubber compound in the sole, which gives a better grip on cold and icy road conditions (but wears faster in summer)

      * Winter boots often have a wool lining or other insulating lining to retain the heat from the foot

      * Winter boots often have an insulating midsole, so that ground cold does not penetrate into the shoe

      Read more here and see our winter selection here!

      How do I take care of my boots?

      Wax the leather regularly. If you have single-layer boots, you can use Leather Grease instead of (or as a complement to) the wax. Is the leather Nubuck? You can spray them if you want to keep the surface as it is, but you have to spray often. Wax is better in the long run, but the surface will be shinier and darker. The cellular rubber part can be washed with water and mild soap but no other products should be used. Wear the boots frequently and store them in a cool place if you are not going to use them for a while.

      Our wax is always a safe choice!

      Single-layer boots or very dry leather– choose Grease

      Keep the nubuck surface– choose spray

       

      Did you know that we can repair your Lundhag boot if it has broken or becomes worn out? Read more about boot care here!

      Can my boots be repaired?

      We can repair most things on our shell boots and boots. Common repairs include changing soles, repairing seams, changing the bottom, stretching, etc. Simple repairs such as changing soles are also carried out on shoes such as Bjerg, Stuore and Kilen.

      Read more about repairs here!

    Shipping & returns

    The item must be unused and returned undamaged in the original packaging.

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    Stuore Ms Low Chestnut