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Altitude Trek Low

rated 1.5 of 5 stars An advertised high end trekking shoe that just does not cut the mustard. I had to replace my HI-TEC V-lite Buxton Low shoes as they had worn out after over three years of hard use. The local Hi-Tec dealer told me that these were a discontinued line and suggested the Altitude Trek Low as the best replacement. On his advice I bought a pair.  From the box they were a good fit and super comfortable as I would expect, dealing with rough tracks was again no problem, but with time, just a few months,… Full review

Trail Blazer

rated 4 of 5 stars Very comfortable lightweight trail shoes with an aggressive tread that grips really well. A good value. A great lightweight trail shoe with an aggressive tread. I found these to be very comfortable and well made, and for the sale price I see them at, a very good deal. I would recommend them to a friend. Full review

Natal Low WP

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Junk fell apart. Sole separated at tip first week and continued to degrade from there. No use for them, very poor quality. Waste of money at any cost. Full review

Altitude IV WP

rated 4 of 5 stars Well, I just bought a new pair of Hi-Tec Altitude boots. I like them for the fact they are leather and that they are waterproof. I find a really good amount of support with them. I recently wore them on an in-city hike which was just over 6 kilometers. It was a mixture of sidewalk, mud, water, snow and ice, as well as hill climbing over grass, rocks, and light gravel. My feet stayed comfortable. So I recently bought a new pair of Hi-Tecs. These, the Altitude 1V's are in my opinion a good boot. The… Full review

Mystic Mountain Shell

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Nice cold weather, waterproof shell. Lots of pockets and comfortable to wear. Sized a little small if you want to layer underneath. Because of the heavier materials, not a real packable shell nor a summer shell, but great when the weather is cooler. This is a heavier shell that would be good as a cold weather, waterproof shell. It is made of a thicker, heavier material that has been durable so far but does make the jacket heavier than you would probably want as a lightweight hiking shell. The shell… 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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315 SW 11th Avenue
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97205
USA

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