It seems that against the background of the spread of modern heaters such as Thinsulate, this is the last century. That’s all. Boots do not press and tightly wrap around the legs. Snow of any degree of compaction is not a problem for her. But in the area of \u200b\u200bthe fingers there was immediately tangible discomfort and pressure.
On the side surfaces, the leatherette is smooth, with decorative stitching. But consumer qualities for a short period of wear turned out to be very good.
There were such plastic locks hanging on the lacing, I don’t know why.
However, no one promised water protection. I was pleasantly surprised by the tenacity of the sole.
We consider from all sides.
Surprisingly, Merrell Polarand Rove and Columbia Firecamp Fleece, despite having proprietary technologies, fared worse in this regard.
The laces are variegated, black with white dots.
But judging by the photo from the side, they don’t look so bad. Here there is no such thing. But until now, the front is somehow uncomfortable, harsh or something. The boots weigh 390 g each. The size is the same.
Inside the boot there is a lining of fibrous nonwoven
material. It’s not very comfortable anymore. On the back of the tongue there is a regular label with the size designation. The boots are insulated with faux fur from the inside.
From the reverse side, the base is made of foamed rubber. Foot length 29.5 mm. This is how they look on their feet. Underneath are glued pads of even tougher rubber. On the very tip of the sock crawls the sole, protecting it. The product was provided for writing a review by the store. To date, I’ve worn the boots for two weeks, mostly with medium thickness thermal socks. The laces of the boots are of sufficient length. Let’s sum up the total. Slides only on bare ice.
There are issues with sizing.
The outer half of the boot is identical in design to the inner half. Let’s move on to the practical part. The boots look, let’s say, budget. Let’s get acquainted with the details. Li-Ning’s shoe size has some problems for me. The fur seemed to have crumpled up and there was room for the fingers. On the fold is a section of thick textured leatherette. At first glance, the materials seem to be a deshman primitive: leatherette outside, fur inside
Let’s go further around the boot. Feeling, the manufacturer did not take the fur into account when choosing the size. But many serious manufacturers, such as Salomon, still use it. Review published in accordance with clause 18 of the Rules And only at the very top there are two pairs of metal eyelets. Let’s now look at the sole. All seams are normal Since traces of glue are visible in places
at the seams.
Hard backs. Only in my opinion, sealing the ends of the threads by repeated stitching in one place looks rude. A band with the designation of branded insulation is sewn on top.
Toe in matte nubuck-like material. I walk silently on the concrete on the street, I don’t stomp, as in Merrell. From below, the laces are threaded simply through the holes. Shoes are made of leatherette. It is medium-hard all the time, which is quite normal for winter.
In terms of wearing comfort, the boots pleasantly surprised me. If it weren’t for problems with my fingers, I would even recommend them for sports.
The hollows show bare EVA foam.
Trekking shoes often have a tongue sewn to the sides of the boots, providing protection from moisture.
Let’s look inside the boot. The only thing is it’s hard to say how long they will last. The base of the sole is quite hard EVA foam (in summer sneakers it is much softer). Moreover, the rest of the foot feels great. I had to hope that the fur would “tread down”. The delivery was sponsored by an intermediary, therefore P.18 is indicated. Well, the observed boots turned out to be of normal length. So, even in shallow snow (10-15 cm) you should not run in boots.
The tongue of the boots is textile, rather high. Sections with hard rubber tread. There is additional reinforcement. As a result, it is difficult to bend the sole of the boot with your hands, but when walking, everything is fine.
By the way, these photos clearly show that the sole is two-component. From above they seem too colorful to me. Compared to Merrell trekking boots, they are very light. Pay attention – the seams are all even and neat. Perhaps warm models are made by a different contractor than usual. Summer / autumn sneakers made of leatherette are a little narrow, they put pressure on the little fingers. Here I am confidently standing on a hill with which the kids ride.
Insole dimensions. Time will tell. I must say right away that at the price of Ali from $50, some negligence in manufacturing is somewhat surprising, although Li-Ning AHTK029 also had this.
The fur is rather neatly trimmed around the edges. But in fact, the legs did not freeze on the street even at minus 22, and at the same time they do not sweat indoors. Above pass through the loops of the braid. The sole in the cold does not tan. However, there are no obvious bugs.
Li-Ning Pioneer winter boots AGCN125
after receiving it, I compared it with my Merrell Polarand Rove boots and realized that these are also boots, just the colors are more colorful. Next is the rubberized area.
Let’s take a look at the insole. And I usually choose the same size as my winter Merrell and Columbia – 12US. As a result, Linings with a textile upper sit right out of the box just wildly comfortable, as if they were made for me personally.