Kansas Lady GTX

£184.99 RRP

Product Information

Meindl Kansas GTX
A stalwart of the Meindl range the Kansas is a hill walking boot that has been in the Meindl range for over 15 years. The Kansas GTX is a 3 season boot with a Goretex lining which ensures it is waterproof.
Women’s 3 ½ to 8 including ½ sizes
The high quality waxed nubuck upper provides protection and durability for all types of terrain. The Kansas has a rubber toecap to provide additional protection from stones and rocks.
Techincal features of the boot include a double density sole unit for good shock absorbency; Digafix lacing system to ensure a secure fit; Softer compression zone at the back of the boot to reduce the pressure on the Achilles when walking downhill
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Suitable for hill walking throughout the UK and Ireland – Lake District, Snowdonia and Scotland
The Air Active footbed wicks away moisture generated by the foot ; the sole unit is self cleaning, shedding mud as you walk.
The boots should be cleaned of any mud or dirt prior to waxing. Apply Meindl Sportwax to the upper to keep the leather soft and supple, it is recommended that you clean your boots each time you have used them.
The Goretex lining should be washed every 6 to 12 months dependent on useage. Fill the boot with a water and mild detergent solution and then swill it around prior to rinsing with water. This will clean the Goretex lining and improve its effectiveness
All Meindl boots can be resoled at the Meindl factory in Germany as long as the upper is in good condition.
Meindl footwear stands for quality and tradition along with state of the art technical features and innovations. All Meindl boots are made in Europe.

Key Info:

Colour: Brown, Loden

Material: nubuck leather

Size (UK): , 4, , 5, , 6, , 7, , 8

£184.99 RRP

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Reviews:

COUNTRY WALKING magazine

TESTERS CHOICE

As hillwalking companions go, the Kansas boots are about as reliable and good-natured as they come. These boots treat you right. They know when to ease up and let the miles pass in friendly comfort, and they know when to step up and pull you up that rock face.It’s that priceless combination of flex and strength that make these a great hillwalking boot. The supple, oiled leather makes for a comfortable ride fresh from the box and I found them to have an easy motion, despite being a fairly stiff boot.Their ankle and relatively firm last makes them stable and secure over most ground, and after just a mile or two, I was striding over uneven ground without hesitation, helped along by the grippy outsole. It was only on the fanged sections of a gnarly Munro that I would have wanted a more ridged boot. They can heat up when you really get motoring, and the robust nature of the boot does mean they carry a few more grams in weight than more casual boots, but I found their overall performance and comfort levels more than offset such minor grumbles. RB