From what I can see at your profile page, you'll be mostly walking around on tracks, enjoying the various Grand Prix You don't need hiking boots for that.
However, if you decide to do some serious walking while exploring cities or through the country side, you are better off with a pair of 'soft walkers'; hiking boots in the lightest category. Boots have a classifying system that goes from A to E. A being the most soft,very suitable for even and paved paths, E being the toughest, suitable for hiking the Mount Everest. If you plan on combing city and country side your best bet would be a combined A/B boot. It's like walking on a cloud so soft, yet with sturdy ankle support.
Last edited by Sweetski (8-19-2010 1:05 AM)