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Mammut Men's Ridge High GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Love this boot as its light weight makes for a comfortable multi-day boot. Great support and my feet and ankles never suffered even with a heavy pack. The fit is great but remember that euro boots tend to have a slightly smaller toe box. The lacing system really enhances the fit, but on just the third time lacing them up, the sheath pulled away from the inner lace and I had to replace the laces with a non-sheath type. Break-in was not needed at all. Had no hot-spots for blisters whatsoever. Before… Full review

Keen Men's Liberty Ridge WP

rated 5 of 5 stars Solid boot, I go through two or three pairs of boots each year and this boot has replaced my need to find a new one. It has comfort, stability, and is everything I need in a daily boot. I have a wide foot and typically my boots will pack out and become sloppy after wearing for 1-2 months, but this did NOT happen with the Keen Liberty until month 8, which was amazing compared to previous boots. I had a bit of rubbing on my left ankle for about 1 week and then I didn't notice it after that.   The… Full review

Asolo Men's Fugitive GTX

rated 1.5 of 5 stars The nose rubber, that black piece you see up front, started to get serious cracks. In my book a definite material malfunction. Never again, Asolo and hopefully never again anything vulcanized. I would spend a ton of time reading any reviews you can get your hand on before deciding what shoes to buy. You have only one pair of feet and abusing them with bad shoes, but with lovely treks, is not worth any price. I bought mine in November 2013 in Pto. Natales, Chile—after I couldn't find any good… Full review

Scarpa Men's Moraine Mid GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Comfortable straight out of the box, great for fastpacking or ultralight hiking on tracks and trails or just wearing down the street. This is a very light boot that offers some ankle support for those that aren't willing to wear trail runners. Not so great cross country. I generally wear a size 13US and these are spot on. I bought these largely because I was after a comfortable light hiker that could be worn out of the box, for day walks and overnight walks where pack loads were light. This boot… Full review

Scarpa Delta GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars I love these boots. Couldn't recommend them highly enough. Comfortable from the box. I've owned these boots for four years now and they are almost as good as new. I've done hundreds of country miles in them, a few mountains, a few valleys. Comfortable straight out of the box. My friend told me I would need to change them after a year. I was determined to prove him wrong...and I have. Regular cleaning and waxing has kept the leather supple. Memory foam inside the boots keeps my feet snug and warm. Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These are lightweight, comfortable, waterproof, and breathable, which translates to cool in the heat. I've only had these for a few months, but we had springtime temperatures for a couple of weeks (highs in the 70's and 80's) so I can attest to their comfort in those temperatures. I've worn these all day and other than normal trail dust had nothing to tend to when I got home. They have good traction on most surfaces even when the surface is a flat rock in running water. Which brings up another… Full review

Cabela's Gore-Tex Rimrock Hikers

rated 2 of 5 stars Poor design and quality control at a key joint of a claimed waterproof boot. Not designed for serious trail walking or hiking. Posting here as retailer appears to censor less than favorable reviews on their site. Stay away from these for anything other than a casual walk around shoe that you won't need to rely on. I bought these boots for travel and light hiking. I wore them on only three trips, only one of which included light hiking on semi-paved trails. The rubber liner began pulling away from… Full review

Oboz Women's Bridger Mid BDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Great three-season hiking boots. These boots are comfortable on long hikes, up tough trails, through mud and water. Awesome grip on rocks and boulders. Look great, feel great. After a year I have no complaints. I have worn these Oboz boots through summer, fall, early and late winter, and spring. They are comfortable in the summer with lightweight socks, no sweating, no blisters. Cooler weather they are great with midweight socks, warm and dry. I do not wear them in the dead of winter because they… Full review

Keen Men's Liberty Ridge WP

rated 4 of 5 stars This boot has the fit that I have been looking for. I had been looking at two other brands that I was familiar with (Scarpa and Merrell) and had researched two models that I wanted to try. But they did not offer the fit that I had remembered. I saw the Keen and decided to try them. They were immediately comfortable, but I was skeptical as almost any shoe is comfortable in the store. I wore them for about two hours in the store, using the fake rock to test them out for fit. What stood out to me was… Full review

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