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Women’s Waterproof Mountain Walking Shoes - MH100 - Grey/Blue

Women’s Waterproof Mountain Walking Shoes - MH100 - Grey/Blue

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  • Women’s Waterproof Mountain Walking Shoes - MH100 - Grey/Blue
  • Women’s Waterproof Mountain Walking Shoes - MH100 - Grey/Blue
  • Women’s Waterproof Mountain Walking Shoes - MH100 - Grey/Blue
Women’s Waterproof Mountain Walking Shoes - MH100 - Grey/Blue

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The waterproof shoe made for occasional mountain walking, designed at the foot of the Mont Blanc!

Walk comfortably in the mountains with these waterproof shoes, providing cushioning and protection for your feet. The stone-guard protects your toes, while the waterproof membrane keeps your feet dry.

Outer sole of: 70.0% Synthetic Rubber, 30.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate; Upper of: 20.0% Polyurethane, 60.0% Polyester, 20.0% Leather - Bovine - Split; Lining and sock of: 10.0% Polyamide, 10.0% Polyurethane, 80.0% Polyester



Non-slip rubber outsole with 4mm gripping studs.


Resistant rubber toe bumper at the front of the foot.


Waterproof and breathable membrane lining: your feet dry for 3h in all weather


Full-length cushioning thanks to an EVA midsole


337 g in size 6



We have classified our products in terms of performance and features for 3 levels of Mountain Walking:
- occasional: about 10 hikes per year of about 3 to 4 hours in length, covering less than 10km and less than 700m in elevation gain.
- Regular: about 20 outings per year. 4 to 6 hours, 10 to 20 km, 700 to 1200m of elevation gain per outing.
- Intensive: more than 20 times a year. More than 6 hours, more than 20 km, 1200 to 2000m of elevation gain per outing.


The grip of our soles is certified. To be awarded certification, the boots must pass laboratory tests to assess the grip rate on different surfaces (Smooth, Rugged, Dry, Wet). To validate these tests, we assess the quality of our soles in the field, in the mountains, by a panel of representative testers over 500 km

Waterproofing test

In a laboratory, the shoe is immersed in water to mid-height on a mechanical arm that flexes to simulates a number of steps. With this test we can determine a time and number of km that the boot can walk while staying dry. Then we confirm in the field or under the rain, that the shoe meets its promises.

Making waterproofing last longer

To keep your feet dry, we advise you to use a gaiter or mini-gaiter to protect the top of your boots and prevent water and also pebbles and sand from getting in

We advise re-waterproofing your boots twice a year using a re-proofing agent (search for ‘waterproofing’ on our decathlon website) which will help you restore the original water-repellent qualities and fight against stains on the outside.

Which size should I select?

‘The most important thing is to try on several styles of boots to find the one most suited to you!
You can take a size above your usual one to prevent the toes from bumping into the toe box when going downhill, provided the foot is properly supported to avoid friction.
Tip: keep your toenails short and, before descending, check that your lacing prevents your foot from sliding forwards inside the shoe."


Some Decathlon stores have a test route.

1. Try on both shoes, standing up, with the socks worn for hiking.
2. Tighten the laces, taking care to correctly balance the tightening.
3. Check two points:
- the heel does not come up before the shoe when you walk uphill.
- the foot does not slide and the toes do not press against the front when going downhill.
4. Try on several sizes and models.

Break them in gradually to adapt them to your foot.

Optimise the capabilities of your boots: replace your insoles!

The original insole in your shoes is designed to accommodate most feet. A change of insole can bring:
1. Improved support: some soles are preformed or reinforced to better support the arch of the foot.
2. More comfort: the insoles can also provide heat and/or cushioning.
3. Longer life: restore the support and comfort of your shoes by replacing the insole each season.


Blisters generally develop when the skin is weakened by friction. In order to prevent them from occurring, we recommend the following:
- Choose a shoe in your size.
- Wear suitable socks
- Tie and tighten your shoes properly.
- Make sure you tighten or loosen your laces accordingly while wearing your shoes, especially before starting a climb or a descent.
- Wear your shoes on a short trip for the first use.


All our shoes are tested for initial comfort and comfort in use by hikers (who do not work for Decathlon) under the same conditions you will encounter yourself when hiking. The aim is to further develop the product and validate it as objectively as possible, for your greatest satisfaction.

Lab tests

Further laboratory tests were conducted to test the following elements: attachment of eyelets and webbing, assembly, toxicology, UV resistance, sole and upper component abrasion, accelerated ageing.