I'm on a hiking holiday with friends at the moment, although it's all very relaxed and we can do our own thing if we like.
Everyone else has walking boots that they've brought with them and i haven't. I own a pair, but couldn't get it before the trip (long story, but it's somewhere in my parents' house, which is 6 hours' away from where I live).
I've brought a pair of trainers instead with me, but am a bit worried about hiking with these on. (All of the other people in the group are really keen walkers, and I'm not really).
AIBU to wear trainers on the hikes instead of buying another pair of walking boots? I don't go on walking holidays at all really, and don't really want to pay for another pair of boots as they're quite expensive. But I don't think it's very safe to walk up mountains in trainers and I'm quite nervous about the walking aspect in general (scared of heights etc.)
WWYD? Would you buy a new pair of boots?
Wearing trainers on a hiking holiday - AIBU?
RangeTesKopeks · 23/07/2017 14:42
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