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I live in an ever-changing climate with various terrain,…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: gift

I live in an ever-changing climate with various terrain, and this includes mud and ice and snow. My brother bought a pair of these boots for my mom on her trip to visit me in Kodiak, Alaska. Mom never wore the boots and left them for me.  

I have various ankle and back problems. I gave up athletic shoes and wear my boots daily year round. My boots have been overly loved and worn and I desperately need another pair but can not seem to find  another pair to purchase anywhere! If you know please let me know.

I love my boots, and they don't look bad with a dress for church in the middle of winter either.

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I've been hiking for about 3 1/2 years now with a…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: Nu buck suede & Gore Tex
Use: Day hikes/ weekend hikes mostly on AT in PA.
Break-in Period: 0
Weight: 2lbs. 10 ounces
Price Paid: $79.95

I've been hiking for about 3 1/2 years now with a pair of these. They are very comfortable and break-in was non-existent. Lest you think I'm doing 2-3 miles on rails-to-trails let me assure you that these babies have seen quite a few 12-16 mile ventures on the the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania; aka "Where boots go to die".

The Columbia Mystic Peak GTX's have performed admirably for a relatively inexpensive boot. I've used them in 8 inches of snow, in 95 degree summer hiking, in torrential downpours, you name it and they have not missed a beat! No loose stitches, no separation of the uppers, and the soles have barely worn down. I estimate that I've put somewhere between 900-1100 miles on these, and they're still going strong.

And as an added bonus, my feet normally sweat like a pig, but the Columbias don't smell even after a 16-18 mile day. I have only blistered once in them and I recently completed two weekend backpack trips with approximately 40 pounds on my back and didn't blister.

I am very pleased with them.

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Columbia Mystic Peak GTX

Discontinued

The Mystic Peak GTX has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$58.86

The Columbia Mystic Peak GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 19, 2009 at Sierra Trading Post.

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