In theory, a good pair of hiking boots should go right on your feet and feel comfortable from the start. We all know that isn’t the case most of the time however, as even the best designed boots require a bit of break-in time before wearing them on a major hike. So what’s the best way to do that? Our friends at Outside magazine have put together this video with some tips and tricks for getting your boots ready for the trail. That includes getting them properly broken in before undertaking a major adventure on foot.
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