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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

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

Zamberlan Elk GTX

rated 1.5 of 5 stars You can get a better boot and way better customer service for less $$$. Fit is good a couple of days into use. Cheap insoles that have no arch support. Great ankle support. Good traction and light weight. Sadly they leaked just walking through wet grass. Customer service is some of the worst I've experienced. Three emails and no response. I followed up with a phone call and no receipt no warranty. Just have to deal with leaky boots that are supposed to be waterproof. I recommend spending your hard… Full review

Asolo Shiraz GV Boot

rated 4 of 5 stars Solid, off-trail, 3-season backpacking boot. Kevlar performance for those who know. I wear euro size 46 and that's the boot size I own. Compared to others I have tried the fit is snug but correct for my medium volume feet, using the 3/4 length Birkenstock orthotic essential to my foot health in preventing heel blisters ascending. The boot is made of Schoeller Keprotec fabric instead of leather, with suede stitched onto the rand and heel, with rubber glued to the suede on the toe running about 2/3… Full review

Danner Men's Light II

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Best hiking boot ever. Bombproof, replaceable sole. DANNER! Danner boots are pretty rad. I have three pairs now, so I am a little biased. They are also right down the street from me in Portland, so repair is easy.  The fit is kinda weird at first. The leather is super tight, and almost painful, but I listened to the shoe salesman and just went with what I felt was too tight. There is a long break-in period. I could only walk to the store, about 3/4 of a mile round trip, and it felt like my shins… Full review

Asolo Men's Fugitive GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars The Asolo Fugitive GTX has excellent ankle support and a rigid outsole for stability, but not so rigid you feel like you're walking on frostbitten feet. The lacing system is very adjustable for foot shape and individual tightness preference, and the laces are long enough for many alternative methods of lacing, but not too long for the traditional method. I need to start off with a short story. These boots saved me over $200 — my right foot is in pretty bad shape, with arthritis in the big toe… Full review

Merrell Women's Moab Mid Gore-Tex

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This boot is very good for both day hikes and longer backpacking trips. I would definitely recommend it. This is a good boot. It has a good fit and is comfortable to wear. They didn't need to be broken in. I wore these all throughout the winter last year in Vermont and they always kept my feet warm. They are relatively lightweight and have held up like new over a year of use.   The only complaint I have with these boots is that they are not completely water resistant. The next pair I buy will be… Full review

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Hi-Tec Nepal Waterproof
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