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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Salewa Men's Alp Trainer Mid GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Maximum support in a lightweight but sturdy package! The Ozarks are a rocky place.  An up and down place.  A hot and humid place. The Alp Trainer Mid GTX by Salewa handles all this well. Despite the "no break in" guarantee, I did wear them around the house for several days to make sure fit was good before putting a pack on the trail. The most surprising thing about Salewa is that their shoes and boots have an insole that is adjustable. This is accomplished by having a 2-piece insole that uses… Full review

Keen Men's Durand Mid WP

rated 2.5 of 5 stars If you can deal with the large toe box and keep your toes from smashing into the end while descending you might like these boots. If you have super wide feet maybe. Keen makes some great sandals, the ones with the rubber toe cap. They also make some decent shoes.  I think these boots are a fail though, at least for my feet. In their defense I did a few things these boots were truly not designed for. Maybe the title of this review should be: Things NOT to do with your Durands. If you want to just… Full review

Oboz Men's Sawtooth Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars Love this boot. Great waterproof boot, decent breath-ability and moderate price line. Fit: These boots are snug. When you push your foot in, it's almost like you are clicking into snowboard bindings. Your foot feels right. There are no hot spots, decent arches and the boot really contours to your foot well. Comfort: It took me no time to break them in. The first day I got them, I took them on a ten-mile hike throughout the dunes. They handled everything great. Support: Could be better. I have a… Full review

Keen Men's Bryce Mid WP

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, Waterproof, very comfortable, rugged. Keen Bryce Mid WP Priced around $135 US Weight: 18.5 oz/525 gStyle: BootsCollections: OutdoorType: Hiking, WaterproofActivities: HikingWeather: Wet – waterproofLining: KEEN.DRY waterproof breathable membraneUpper: Nubuck and textile upper   I'm picky about my footwear. It's GOT to hold up to mud, water, sand, rocks etc. I'm a self defined "Hardcore Hiker/Camper." Most of my hikes are in eastern Kentucky's Red River Gorge. Rough country to say… Full review

Salomon Men's Conquest GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Are the lightest and with good support in the ankle boots. It is a boot to have it set 12 hours or more with incredible comfort. As a Personal Protection Specialist, I use this boot for every mission, casual and sport without any complaint. Very good waterproof boots during raining time. Are the lightest boots I ever tried, and with good support in ankle. It is a boot to have it set 12 hours or more with incredible comfort. As a Personal Protection Specialist, I have 10 pair of hiking boots in different… Full review

Merrell Men's Outland Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great hiking boots right out if the box. Good stability and grip. I bought these shoes the night before my wife and I hiked Gray's Peak (one of Colorado's 14ers). I brought another pair of boots with me to switch them out if I got blisters, but the shoes were great. Out of the box, 14-mile hike and a 4,500 ascent and they did great. Excellent grip, good comfort and support and my feet stayed dry crossing a few small streams. Full review

AKU Tribute GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Good boots, especially for the price. I picked these guys up for $75 on STP. That said, had I had to pay full price I would probably be a bit disappointed. As described on the AKU website, they're not the most technical or rigid boot in the world, though I wore them on a short (20 mi / 30 km) backpacking trip with an absurdly heavy pack over easy/medium terrain and I felt that they provided all the necessary support. But the eyelets the laces go through can be sharp, causing the laces to fray and… Full review

Vasque Men's Breeze

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Only lasted a year, never even got to hike with them. The sole fell apart :-( Comfortable, but only last a year and fall apart! Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars So comfortable, they've replaced my Vasques. After three days patrolling the Paradise area of Mt. Rainier, my feet felt like I'd walked a mile on soft dirt rather than about 15 miles on paved, dirt, snow-covered, and rocky trails. I volunteer at Mt. Rainier National Park, patrolling the highly used Paradise area of the park. Miles of paved, dirt, rocky, and snow-covered trails are my beat. I've worn a pair of Vasques or a pair of Columbia lightweight hiking boots since I started volunteering, but… Full review

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