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Bryce II WP

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A low cost, entry level, low hiking boot. The HI-TEC Bryce 2 WP is an excellent low cost, entry level hiking, low cut boot.Straight from the box allowing a full size up this was a well fitting and comfortable boot. At first they were very stiff, feeling similar to a mountaineering boots. This wears off quickly and the sole especially become very flexible, stones and rocks were felt on rougher ground. After 40 km I added a different insole which was stiffer and thicker, this made a big difference… Full review

Altitude IV WP

rated 5 of 5 stars These boots are great for hiking. Recommend them. Very comfortable all round boots. Fit well, never had any blisters. Walked 3-7KM in them no probs. Grip well, keep feet dry, good hard soles keep feet snug and warm. Only downside is that they are very heavy.  Full review

Altitude IV WP

rated 1 of 5 stars For some bizarre reason the shoe base has a bump in the middle on the *outside* edge of the foot. Nobody has feet shaped like that. Your arch is on the *inside* edge of your foot—that's where you need support. I can imagine nothing but pain wearing this shoe for any distance. No thanks! It's possible that this could be corrected with replacement insoles, but the bump is part of the shoe design itself so I doubt it. Full review

V-Lite 2

rated 2 of 5 stars Had a similar experience, only on night 2 of a 3-day backpack trip. Very wet night. My sleeping bag, myself, and gear were completely soaked. Wondered if I would die of hypothermia on the Washington coast, but fortunately my sleeping bag still conserved a fair amount of heat even though soaked through and I had brought a bunch of Hot Hands packets, too. Still, not the ideal sleeping conditions. Full review

Magnum Tanker

rated 5 of 5 stars Most comfortable footwear I've ever worn. I'd love to find another pair! I found the boots in a Youth size. The fit was perfect for me. The boots were not authorized by the U.S. Army, but I blacked out the logo and wore them anyway for several years, in the field and in garrison. They were sturdy, supportive, relatively lightweight (and took a nice shine), and far more comfortable on long, hard days than any issue boots I ever had. I even wore them under a formal skirt when performing with a vocal… Full review

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Hi-Tec Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Hi-Tec dyes its down with Color-Tec
Yet another company aims to improve upon the natural state of down. This time it's Hi-Tec as the first company to offer dyed down in its insulated clothing, which it will show off inside a new transparent shell. Read more
February 1, 2012

Hi-Tec Pará Boot combines rain boot with hiker
Alien stormtrooper boot? Galosh? The Hi-Tec Pará Boot has both of these disparate species in its gene pool. Read more
January 23, 2012

Hi-Tec Petitions for Liquid Mountaineering in Olympics
Best pre-OR press release: Hi-Tec announces it is petitioning the International Olympic Committee to have “Liquid Mountaineering” (running on water) officially recognized as an Olympic sport. Read more
January 17, 2011

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