Columbia Razor Ridge
I've had these for about a year now, and they seem…
Materials: leather, mesh
Use: Dayhikes, Around town
Break-in Period: nothing realy
Price Paid: $50
I've had these for about a year now, and they seem to be holding up pretty well. I use them for everything from going to school, to hunting and day hikes. The soles, for the most part are wearing good. Some small parts have broken off the soles, but it doesn't seem to affect them much.
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This is a great everyday walking around in shoe for…
Materials: mesh, leather
Use: short day hike every day use
Break-in Period: none
Weight: kinda heavy
Price Paid: $22
This is a great everyday walking around in shoe for the winter. I hate sneakers, so I found these on sale--buy one get one free of Columbia shoes--so I could not pass them up. Extremly comfortable and cozy but the only downside is that they seem a little heavy, and there is a lot of mesh where water can get into. But if you can find them for $22 buy them, if not then get them if they fit you right. It's a good boot.
Here's what other sites are saying:
The Razor Ridge men's trail shoe by Columbia is great for the novice adventurer who likes to day hike. The non-marking Omni-Grip rubber compound outsole provides traction and stability on wet and dry surfaces, while the gusseted tongue prevents debris from entering the shoe and keeps the tongue secured in place.
- FogDog Sports