Narrow women’s hiking boots

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  • #206
    Jess
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      Hey everyone,

      I’ve decided that my current boots are just not suitable anymore. They’re too wide, and my feet were sliding around in them, especially on uneven terrain. I’ve been looking for a new pair that’s more narrow to fit my feet properly. I’ve read that La Sportiva are good for narrow feet, but they’re a bit too expensive for me right now.

      In particular, I’ve read a few recommendations so far for the La Sportiva Trango trek. Anyone tried these?
      La Sportiva Trango trek Womans Hiking Boot

      I’m also wondering if anyone has other recommendations for narrow women’s hiking boots? If you’ve had a good experience with a specific brand or model, I’d love to hear about it.

      #208
      Jasmine
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        Hi Jess

        I hear you on the struggle with finding narrow hiking boots. I own a pair of Asolos, and they’re definitely more narrow-fitting. They’ve been great for me. Although I don’t think they will be much more affordable than the La Sportivas sorry.

        Your best bet is probably to stick with European brands – they generally offer a better fit for narrow feet.

        Hope this helps!

        #241
        Jess
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          Thanks Jasmine for the tip on Asolos! I’ve been asking around in other forums, and there’s a bit of love for La Sportiva, especially the Ultra Raptor II.

          I also got a few shouts for Oboz, Lowa, Scarpa, and Zamberlan. Seems like the general guidance is to stick to European brands for a snugger fit. So, gonna check those out as well.

          Luckily, I’ve found some local stockists where I can try most of these on, so I’m planning a little boot-trying expedition this weekend.

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