Joe Nimble

wanderToes

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Mit der Schutzkappe vorn und der wasserabweisenden, weichen Verarbeitung, schützt dieser leichte... mehr

Mit der Schutzkappe vorn und der wasserabweisenden, weichen Verarbeitung, schützt dieser leichte Wanderstiefel Deine Füße optimal bei Deinen Wandertouren im Gelände.

Obermaterial: Robustes Rindnappa hydrophobiert. Um stets maximalen Komfort zu gewährleisten, werden unsere Leder ganz speziell behandelt, verarbeitet und veredelt, so dass die atmungsaktiven Eigenschaften dieses außergewöhnlichen Materials erhalten bleiben.
Futtermaterial: Atmungsaktives, fußfreundliches Bioactive® Textilfutter. Unsere einzigartige Liebe zum Detail stellt sicher, dass unsere Futtermaterialien faltenfrei verarbeitet werden und so für ein außergewöhnlich tragefreundliches Gefühl sorgen.
Sohle: Terrain-Sohle (6 mm Vibram® Gummi  mit Stollenprofil).
herausnehmbares Fußbett: Joe Nimble Bioactive Fußbett.

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EAN: 4062784004113
Stil: Stiefeletten, Schnürschuhe
Aktivität: Wanderschuhe
Saison: Sommer
Material: Lederschuhe, Wasserabweisend

Joe Nimble ist der Erfinder von Functional Footwear, und unser einzigartiges Zehenfreiheits-Design fördert kräftige, gesunde und natürlich geformte Füße. Alle Joe Nimble Schuhe werden mit einer 3-jähringen Garantie auf Material und Verarbeitung hergestellt. Als Teil unserer Servicephilosophie bieten wir unter anderem z.B. kostenlose Ersatzschnürsenkel an.

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19.08.2019

Insgesamt ein toller Schuh, auch fürs Gebirge bestens geeignet

Ich habe die Wandertoes auf einer zweitägigen Wanderung über den Untersberg ausgiebig testen können. Der Schuh ist wunderbar leicht und trägt sich gut, durch das geringe Gewicht ermüden die Füße nicht so schnell. Anfangs kamen sie mir etwas weit vor, aber das Gefühl hatte ich später nicht mehr. Bei langen Wanderungen über Steine und Geröll ist die etwas dickere Sohle angenehm, da bei sehr dünnen Sohlen meine Füße nach einigen Stunden im Gebirge zu brennen beginnen - das war hier nicht der Fall. Dafür verzichte ich gerne auf das reine Barfußgefühl. Die Sohle hat zudem einen guten Grip und sorgt für einen sicheren Tritt, auch am Geröllhang. Einziger Wermutstropfen: Ich habe mir an beiden Fersen Blasen gelaufen, was aber nicht unbedingt an den Schuhen liegen muss, das Problem hatte ich auch schon bei herkömmlichen Wanderschuhen. Ich habe die Schuhe auch vorher kaum eingelaufen, das war sicher ein Fehler. Auch Barfuß-Wanderschuhe müssen eingelaufen werden, selbst wenn sie sich zuhause noch so bequem anfühlen. Ich werde künftig andere Socken bzw. eine andere Schnürung ausprobieren und hoffe, dass ich dann blasenfrei bleibe. Insgesamt bin ich mit den Schuhen jedoch sehr zufrieden!

15.07.2019

Good shoe for hiking as long as it is not to extreme

Used the shoe for hiking in the Como (IT) region with long daily routines by the lake, in the forest, up in the mountains > Work perfect, 10/10. Light, not to warm, sufficient protection without loosing that barefoot feel.
Now just back from a more extreme hike in Sarek with the Rapa Valley (SE), nothing really wrong but with the constant water from the glaciers they couldnt simply keep up and where more or less wet the full week, and with the lining (not leather) a not so nice smell despite merino socks. The upper front connection between the leather and the rubber started to come off with the effect that dirt got stuck to further speed up the "come off" effect, glued in the top. Next time around I would try to find a barefoot-boot with slightly longer shaft and some sort of Gore-tex material to keep the water out for longer.
All in all a very good boot for hiking but not for conditions more extreme.

25.03.2019

Wandertoes

Mein bester Barfußschuh. Habe ihn querfeldein über umgestürzte Bäume, Moos und Steine getragen ohne müde zu werden. Mit Filzsohlen und Wollsocken hat er mich auch durch den Winter gebracht.

01.03.2019

Wandertoes on Mount Kenya

Here you go:

I tried the wanderToes when I climbed Mount Kenya last February.
After trying out the shoes in town and on regular forest trails I decided to take the shoes to Kenya for climbing the mountain.

Good choice overall, it appeared. When I contacted Joe Nimble Global via Facebook they honestly said that the last day could be a little harder but things would be ok, based on their own experience on Mount Kilimanjaro.

The first couple of days on the trail, I wore my barefoot sandals. Once we got to the alpine zone and temperatures dropped, I put on the wanderToes.
Although I was recommended by guides, porters and other hikers to wear hiking boots I went for the Joe Nimble’s. It was the right choice.
When rocks got bigger, it was handy to hop from rock to rock and to have the feel in how to use the foot on the rock and to be able to bend the toes to have more grip.
In ‘normal’ hiking boots one would never feel the details of the soil and one would be unable to use the toes for grabbing. The stiff sole would be more used as a plateau.

The wanderToes were also useful when a foot would get stuck between two rocks. The shoes are agile enough to easily loosen them. You can place your foot on narrower places. I like looking for the right spots to plant the foot to hop to the next step.

Near and on the summit, freezing temperatures and light snow made the rocks a little slippery. Again here I did not feel unsafe. I appreciated the ability to easily turn around on the rocks.

The temperature on top must have been about -4 degrees Celsius. An extra pair of socks was needed to keep the frosty wind from attacking the feet. This was a good choice as the frost got to the foot with the wind making the temperature feel even colder.

During the descent, I was happy to wear light gaiters as there was a lot of scree on the slope. I tied the laces extra tight to have a closed shoe. Also on the rest of the way down, the shoe behaved well and I again could apply my toes to ‘grasp’ the rocks and the trail.
As after every long hike of a couple of days, my feet and legs felt fatigued and I decided to use my hiking poles, the first time and last time during four days.

In summary, I truly recommend these shoes for a trail hike in even rougher nature. Against the cold, one could opt to replace the insole with a woollen one. Joe Nimble also recommends the FlexiTec sole for extra protection. It would be interesting if something could be done for the isolation. A higher shaft might take the need for gaiters away and would for sure be as comfortable.
At this point, I would opt for the wanderToes again as the Kilimanjaro is next on my list.

01.03.2019

Wandertoes on Mount Kenya

Here you go:

I tried the wanderToes when I climbed Mount Kenya last February.
After trying out the shoes in town and on regular forest trails I decided to take the shoes to Kenya for climbing the mountain.

Good choice overall, it appeared. When I contacted Joe Nimble Global via Facebook they honestly said that the last day could be a little harder but things would be ok, based on their own experience on Mount Kilimanjaro.

The first couple of days on the trail, I wore my barefoot sandals. Once we got to the alpine zone and temperatures dropped, I put on the wanderToes.
Although I was recommended by guides, porters and other hikers to wear hiking boots I went for the Joe Nimble’s. It was the right choice.
When rocks got bigger, it was handy to hop from rock to rock and to have the feel in how to use the foot on the rock and to be able to bend the toes to have more grip.
In ‘normal’ hiking boots one would never feel the details of the soil and one would be unable to use the toes for grabbing. The stiff sole would be more used as a plateau.

The wanderToes were also useful when a foot would get stuck between two rocks. The shoes are agile enough to easily loosen them. You can place your foot on narrower places. I like looking for the right spots to plant the foot to hop to the next step.

Near and on the summit, freezing temperatures and light snow made the rocks a little slippery. Again here I did not feel unsafe. I appreciated the ability to easily turn around on the rocks.

The temperature on top must have been about -4 degrees Celsius. An extra pair of socks was needed to keep the frosty wind from attacking the feet. This was a good choice as the frost got to the foot with the wind making the temperature feel even colder.

During the descent, I was happy to wear light gaiters as there was a lot of scree on the slope. I tied the laces extra tight to have a closed shoe. Also on the rest of the way down, the shoe behaved well and I again could apply my toes to ‘grasp’ the rocks and the trail.
As after every long hike of a couple of days, my feet and legs felt fatigued and I decided to use my hiking poles, the first time and last time during four days.

In summary, I truly recommend these shoes for a trail hike in even rougher nature. Against the cold, one could opt to replace the insole with a woollen one. Joe Nimble also recommends the FlexiTec sole for extra protection. It would be interesting if something could be done for the isolation. A higher shaft might take the need for gaiters away and would for sure be as comfortable.
At this point, I would opt for the wanderToes again as the Kilimanjaro is next on my list.

01.03.2019

Orgaer

Here you go:

I tried the wanderToes when I climbed Mount Kenya last February.
After trying out the shoes in town and on regular forest trails I decided to take the shoes to Kenya for climbing the mountain.

Good choice overall, it appeared. When I contacted Joe Nimble Global via Facebook they honestly said that the last day could be a little harder but things would be ok, based on their own experience on Mount Kilimanjaro.

The first couple of days on the trail, I wore my barefoot sandals. Once we got to the alpine zone and temperatures dropped, I put on the wanderToes.
Although I was recommended by guides, porters and other hikers to wear hiking boots I went for the Joe Nimble’s. It was the right choice.
When rocks got bigger, it was handy to hop from rock to rock and to have the feel in how to use the foot on the rock and to be able to bend the toes to have more grip.
In ‘normal’ hiking boots one would never feel the details of the soil and one would be unable to use the toes for grabbing. The stiff sole would be more used as a plateau.

The wanderToes were also useful when a foot would get stuck between two rocks. The shoes are agile enough to easily loosen them. You can place your foot on narrower places. I like looking for the right spots to plant the foot to hop to the next step.

Near and on the summit, freezing temperatures and light snow made the rocks a little slippery. Again here I did not feel unsafe. I appreciated the ability to easily turn around on the rocks.

The temperature on top must have been about -4 degrees Celsius. An extra pair of socks was needed to keep the frosty wind from attacking the feet. This was a good choice as the frost got to the foot with the wind making the temperature feel even colder.

During the descent, I was happy to wear light gaiters as there was a lot of scree on the slope. I tied the laces extra tight to have a closed shoe. Also on the rest of the way down, the shoe behaved well and I again could apply my toes to ‘grasp’ the rocks and the trail.
As after every long hike of a couple of days, my feet and legs felt fatigued and I decided to use my hiking poles, the first time and last time during four days.

In summary, I truly recommend these shoes for a trail hike in even rougher nature. Against the cold, one could opt to replace the insole with a woollen one. Joe Nimble also recommends the FlexiTec sole for extra protection. It would be interesting if something could be done for the isolation. A higher shaft might take the need for gaiters away and would for sure be as comfortable.
At this point, I would opt for the wanderToes again as the Kilimanjaro is next on my list.

15.02.2019

extrem zu flach

dieses modell ist im mittelfußbereich extrem flach nur für extrem flache füße passend , ich habe drei größen probiert , von zehen oder fußfreiheit keine spur , wer hat denn so einen flachen fuß ? es drückt und schmerzt , ich habe schon viele bär (joe nimble) schuhe getestet somit kann ich sagen das es alle modelle betrifft , kunden mit einem normalen fuß haben keine change , auch andere barfußschuhe von joe nimble passen mir nicht , länge und breite sind ok es geht um die höhe

02.01.2019

Toller Barfußschuh

Erst hatte ich das Gefühl, dass der Schuh zu locker sitzt. Nach dem ersten Tragen war dies kein Problem super bequemer Barfußschuh und mein bester bisher.

02.12.2018

Wandertoes

Ein toller Schuh, macht einen hochwertigen und robusten Eindruck! Ich musste meine jedoch leider zurückschicken, da eine der Ösen am rechten Fuß sehr unangenehm am Zehenballen gedrückt hat. Da wäre eine innere Abpolsterung toll!

23.11.2018

sehr gute wahl ...

ja, wirklich. ich habe die schuhe auf kreta in einer schlucht getestet. fazit: kein schuhbändel ging auf, sehr trittsicher auch bei regen (auf schwerkraft sollte man immer achten, auch mit guten sohlen), mit der zusätzlich erworbenen festeren einlegesohle absolut perfekt. der weg war voller schotter und es ging wie über eine unregelmäßige treppe die strecke entlang, echt unwegsam. zur zeit trage ich die schuhe auch im alltag, dann mit den normalen einlegesohlen. so fantastisch. und – herzlichen dank für die tolle, ausführliche und zuverlässige beratung im stammhaus. für micht hat es sich wirklich gelohnt, dorthin zu fahren. tolle auswahl, toller service. danke!

03.10.2018

Wandertoe

Ein super bequemer Schuh mit toller Passform, leicht und trotzdem fest am Fuß. Der beste Barfußschuh, den ich je hatte!

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