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rated 5 of 5 stars This boot is lightweight, extremely comfortable, and fairly quick drying. Used hiking over 1,400 miles on the Appalachian Trail — so it's durable too! This boot was purchased for use on the Appalachian Trail, and so it needed to be comfortable and last well. Thankfully, it fit from the start, with very good ankle and arch support and virtually no heel rub — no problems with Achilles tendons at all. This meant that there was essentially no break-in period needed. It produced no blisters even… Full review

Sasslong GV

rated 5 of 5 stars These are fantastic boots! I see everyone is complaining that these are stiff. Guess what? They're supposed to be. These are BACKPACKING boots, which means they are for carrying the additional weight of a backpack!!! These aren't "light-weight hikers," not even regular hikers. Also, it was mentioned that these don't have insulation. That's because some people hike in summer! These aren't suppose to have insulation. Fit was great.  These are extremely comfortable, but stiff. They are supposed be… Full review

Fugitive GTX

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Rivet pulled out of lace retainer on the first time out! I understand manufacturing defects but the manufacturer refused a warranty claim as they were a gift and I had no receipt!! Thank god REI stands by its sales. Poor customer service and build quality. Buy Keens instead! Full review

TPS 535

rated 5 of 5 stars Brilliant boots. Easy to break in. Superb soles. Quality leather. Best ankle support ever. Got a pair of these in 2005 as I was preparing for a trip to Nepal and Tibet. I was wary of using my very heavy Mendel Super Cracks. The salesman in the outdoor shop in Killarney told me, "These boots don't need wearing in. Just put them on, walk around the shopping centre and come back to me. I'll bet you'll want them!" — a typical 'soft-sell' from a Kerryman! But he was right! A month or so later I was… Full review

Synchro GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars A very good boot. A bit wider than most boots. A three-season boot. The nylon upper proves that; it's expected to breathe. Leather bottom expected to provide support and extra protection from rocks, branches, etc. Can take the snow and cold if combined with a gaiter, but not made for it. My feet have been warm in it in dry conditions at around 10 degrees with a superlite Adidas sock under a wool mid-weight Eddie Bauer wool hiking sock . Full review

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