Hiking Boots

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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Danner Combat Hiker Gore-Tex

rated 5 of 5 stars All-American Boot At the time of purchase I was worried with the reviews stating that the Crater Rim/CH's were narrow but still went with my normal 8.5R. I always wear a 8.5D in my Asics. I'm glad I went with the 8.5R because they fit perfectly and I don't consider my feet particularly narrow. My feet measure 3 and 1/2" at the widest and 10 and 1/4" lengthwise. Hope my measurements help because they would have helped me decide. The boots are a bit stiff but any good boot is and I feel like they… Full review

Merrell Geomorph Blaze Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A very good three-season boot. Lightweight yet sturdy. I wore these on a backpacking trip in Harriman State Park. Had close to 40 lbs when I started, and the boot held up fine.  Full review

Wenger Men's Eiger

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Decent boot, needs break-in time for the boot tongue, Vibram soles are awesome for scrambling up and down steep banks when trail blazing. Good ankle fit and support, proven on the gopher-hole riddled upper Tejon Ranch trails. Good narrow heel fit, no slipping. Warm boot, just fine for mild weather hiking; will otherwise necessitate sweaty sock rotation for hot weather backpacking.   Thick leather upper seems fine for 35 pound pack loads, but make pulling the instep tight on a narrow foot unlikely. Full review

Timberland Earthkeeper Mt. Maddsen Mid

rated 1 of 5 stars Poor quality, not waterproof, and not made for rugged terrain. Very poor tread and grip/traction. Two years ago, I bought Timberland Earthkeeper Mt Maddsen boots (size 10) to replace my 20+ year old Coleman Dry boots (bought at a Meijer's in Michigan for $40).  The Colemans had seen plenty of hikes on three continents, perhaps a few thousand miles in four seasons, and are still comfortable and dry and actually still have decent tread left! I didn't expect the Timberland to match their quality given… Full review

Vasque Snowburban UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars I purchased these boots when I realized that my low-hikers, despite applications of chemical waterproofing, were definitely not going to keep my feet dry on winter hikes, snowshoeing, and during slushy spring hikes. I decided to splurge, and shell out the bucks for these boots, and I am extremely satisfied...they are great boots, and well worth the investment (though at first the name "Snowburban" put me off...sounded too much like suburban!). I purchased these boots just over a year ago, so they… Full review

Oboz Men's Bridger BDry

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I bought these boot just about a year ago and I'm quite pleased. Out of the box fit was good and a trip to REI got me into a size that was best. It took a week or so for my upper ankle to adjust to the padding, but I'm happy as a clam now. They really are waterproof, very comfortable, and seem to be lasting after a year of constant use. I wear these for about 50% of my daily footwear and for trail hiking in New England. I'd buy another pair in a heartbeat. I shopped around for a new boot for quite… Full review

Salomon Men's X Ultra GTX Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars A waterproof all purpose boot. Suitable for the trail or the street. I bought these to replace my Patagonia Drifter. I need to have products that are versitile. I wear boots for the trail and for work. These boots were comfortable right out of the box. I wore them for hikes in the Bay Area, including Mt Diablo. On wet days, my feet stayed dry. On warm days, my feet didn't get hit. No blisters so far, after 6 months of wearing 3-4 times a week. The only weakness is the tread, which I think could… Full review

Asolo Piuma

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Asolo Piuma is a light, articulate mid-height boot well suited to hiking, backpacking, and general outdoors use. Despite some minor issues with traction, I'd recommend it to any hiker or backpacker it fits. This is the closest thing to an "all purpose" boot I've encountered. Fit: I've got a very neutral, average foot: Average arch, average volume, average elongation, etc. My stride is very neutral and balanced too. Though I measure a 10, I prefer a 10.5 in most shoes to accommodate a thicker… Full review

Vasque Scree 2.0 Mid UltraDry

rated 3.5 of 5 stars My first pair of hiking boots. After 2x250 km walks at 22kms per day they still look good all over and under. But they feel a bit heavy and I got big heel blisters on both trips. They don't feel well cushioned underneath. On one-day hikes I have had no problem. They're just a little heavy. Really easy to get on and off and fantastic grip underfoot. And they look good. But plenty of blisters no matter what socks I wore on longer trips. Especially on the heels. Full review

Top-Rated Hiking Boots

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Hi-Tec TT Mid WP Jr.
$30
Hi-Tec Nepal Waterproof
$30
 
Hi-Tec Tucano Jr. WP Boots
$30
Hi-Tec Hillside Watereproof Boots
$33
L.L.Bean Stonington Casual Boots
$35
 
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Earth Spirit Mason
$35 MSRP
Keen Alamosa Mid WP
$37 - $44
The North Face Storm
$42 - $65
The North Face Back-to-berkeley 68 Waterproof
$45
Merrell Chameleon Mid Waterproof
$45 - $70
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Hi-Tec Altitude
$45
Teva Sky Lake Mid eVent
$45 - $119
Keen Koven WP
$46 - $109
Hi-Tec Logan WP Boots
$48
Helly Hansen Montreal Boot
$49
Hi-Tec Skamania Mid WP
$56
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Columbia Ravenice Omni-Tech
$57
L.L.Bean Waterproof Trail Model Hikers
$59
Hi-Tec Altitude Lite I WP
$60
Timberland Pawtuckaway Hiker
$60
The North Face Snowfuse
$60 - $80
Keen Marshall Mid WP
$60 - $139
Merrell Moab Polar Waterproof
$60 - $76
user rating: 4 of 5 (16)
Merrell Moab Ventilator Mid
$100
Keen Depart WP CNX
$63
Vasque Breeze 2.0 Ultradry
$64 - $79
Vasque Breeze 2.0
$64 - $169
The North Face Hedgehog Hiker Mid Waterproof
$65
Columbia Newton
$65
Keen Nopo Mid WP
$65 MSRP
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Timberland White Ledge Mid Waterproof
$66 - $99
Keen Verdi II Mid WP
$67
Adidas Brushwood Mid
$69 - $114
 
Merrell All Out Drift
$70
Hi-Tec Altitude V Waterproof
$70 - $79
Hi-Tec Altitude Glide WP
$70 - $99
Keen Koven Mid WP
$70 - $119
Keen Pyrenees WP
$70 MSRP
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (10)
Keen Pyrenees
$75 - $99
Timberland Field Boot
$150 MSRP
Wolverine Fulton Mid-Cut Hiker
$72
user rating: 5 of 5 (3)
Vasque Snowblime UltraDry
$75 - $149
Vasque Pow Pow UltraDry
$75 - $149
Keen Pagosa Mid WP
$75
Salomon Kaina CS WP
$75 - $120
Salomon Synapse Mid
$75 - $120
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Oboz Yellowstone II
$75 - $150
user rating: 1 of 5 (1)
Adidas Terrex Fast X Mid GTX
$75 - $185
Columbia Woodburn Mid
$75
Merrell Wilderness Origins Waterproof
$75 MSRP
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