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Meindl Stockists

We are stockists of one of the largest ranges of Meindl walking boots and shoes in the UK. You can find out more about Meindl sizing, and a brief Meindl product guide below.


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Meindl Stockists UK

Jacks 1952 have been stockists of Meindl in the UK for over 15 years. Nearly every Meindl product we stock qualifies for free delivery, which is often next day!

If you're thinking "what Meindl boots should I buy" we have put together an overview of the different types below:

Is Meindl footwear true to fit?

We sell hundreds of pairs of Meindl walking boots and Meindl walking shoes in our two UK stores. When our customers try Meindl boots on, our experience is that they are often true to size.

Meindl offers a range of  boots and shoes in a slightly wider fit, called Comfort Fit, wide-fit boots which gives you more space in the toebox area and the majority of the boots and shoes we stock also come in all the half sizes walking boots in half-sizes making Meindl a great choice if you fall between sizes.

UK 3 3,5 4 4,5 5 5,5 6 6,5 7 7,5 8 8,5 9 9,5 10
EUR 35,5 36 37 37,5 38 39 39,5 40 41 41,5 42 42,5 43 44 44,5
UK 10,5 11 11,5 12 12,5 13 13,5 14 14,5 15 15,5 16 16,5 17
EUR 45 46 46,5 47 48 48,5 49 49,5 50,5 51 51,5 52 52,5 53

Should I buy Meindl Boots or Shoes?

Our staff have been trained by the Meindl representatives to be able to recommend a Meindl product for whatever activity you might be using them for. You might want boots for hiking, trekking, hill running, or maybe you just want good walking shoes to walk the dog in.

Boots for:

  • Ankle support and protection
  • Waterproof in deeper water
  • Tough terrain

Shoes for:

  • Lightweight
  • Town and country
  • More colour choice

How to prevent my Meindl boots from cracking / How to look after Meindl footwear

The three main simple steps to caring for your Meindl boots are:

  1. Wash with warm water and leave to dry naturally
  2. If the insides of your boots are wet use kitchen roll or an old tea towel to soak up any moisture
  3. Treat your boots with a care product like Meindl boot wax

Meindl Care Guide Video

The Meindl Brand

The Meindl family has been making footwear since 1683. Each Meindl boot combines innovative technology and materials with traditional skills passed down through the generations. 

The brand firmly believes that only a boot that fits will make you happy which is why they  have ploughed centuries of experience into the art and science of comfortable walking boots and shoes.  

Meindl also has an innovative Comfort-fit range of boots and shoes. Wider, more generous and more supportive than a standard trekking fit, the range is perfectly suited to walkers with wider feet who have struggled to find comfortable boots in the past.

Meindl’s history begins in 1683. Petrus Meindl was the first family shoemaker in Kirchanschoring, Bavaria, Southern Germany.

Fast-forward over 300 years and Meindl now produce over 1 million pairs of boots and shoes from their same home in Germany each year. At the helm are Lukas and Lars Meindl, the eleventh generation of the Meindl family shoemakers.

Over the years, Meindl boots have been trusted all over the world – right from Mount Everest expeditions to pounding the pavement on city breaks. The family have continued to develop their footwear and innovation lies at the heart of Meindl. Alfons Meindl was one of the first shoemakers to use a GORE-TEX membrane in a boot, making it waterproof and breathable. He also developed the terrain categories A-D that are widely used to categorise shoes and boots today.

Meindl’s home is one of the few remaining boot factories in Germany. Lukas and Lars employ 200 master shoemakers all with the experience, attention to detail and commitment that a natural product, such as leather, needs. There are over 200 steps required to manufacture every single high-quality walking boot that steps out of the Meindl factory. Handcrafted production is supported by modern equipment, but each machine is still operated by a person. High quality assurance systems are in place and over the years Meindl have continued to favour handcrafted quality over becoming a brand that breaks into a mass market.

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