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Hi! I live in Greece.
I need new vegan (free from animal derivatives) Hiking/Climbing Boots.
You can copy-paste to your broswer the links I'll give into parenthesis.
I found out this (veganoutdooradventures.com/vegan-hiking-boots) page and I think I'm between:
1. Cape Mid GTX (trekstausa.com/node/7631)
2. Arc'teryx Bora Mid GTX Backpacking Boot (amazon.com/Arcteryx-Womens-Bora-Raku-Lupine/dp/B00O4CGE4G/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1479400090&sr=1-2&nodeID=7141123011&keywords=Bora+Mid+GTX&th=1&linkCode=sl1&tag=vegaoutdadve-20&linkId=b0058d6b4ac4f3df524cacb4813485c1)
3. Mammut T Aenergy GTX (mammut.ch/US/en_US/B2C-Kategorie/Women/Footwear-Women/Hiking-Shoes-Women/T-Aenergy-GTX%C2%AE-Women/p/3020-03830-0781)
4. Mammut T Comfort High GTX Surround (mammut.ch/US/en_US/B2C-Kategorie/Women/Footwear-Women/Hiking-Shoes-Women/Comfort-High-GTX%C2%AE-SURROUND-Women/p/3020-04360-0888)
Ι do from simple hiking till dangerous cliff climbing and from the heat wave of the summer till the snowstorm of the winter. So, I need boots suitable for all the conditions. Although, I can bear hot much more than cold, so I prefer warm ones. Is this contradictory with the nice looking Arc'teryx's boots, which emphasize their appropriateness for drying summer enviroment? As for Mammut's boots, I havn't understood the essential difference between T Aenergy GTX and T Comfort High GTX Surround.
Above all I care about my safeness· that's the reason I'm willing to give so much money. I want the boots to have the maximum possible stability technology, so they won't slip and technology which prevents the foot to turn, for I have already sprained my ankle twice. Τhereafter, I want them to be durable though hard conditions, or else they'll begin to wear down in my first adventure to a rugged mountain.
I'd appriciate a lot the help of someone aware.