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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Ecco Biom Hike GTX 1.7

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Tall hiking boots. Comfortable out of the box and need little or no breaking in. The Ecco Biom Hike 1.7 boots are available in cocoa brown/mocha as shown here, or black Danish footwear manufacturer Ecco makes its Biom Hike boots in two shaft lengths. It uses the same brand name for both, which can be confusing. Amazon UK adds to the confusion by describing the tall variant as “low trekking and walking shoes”. In the US the picture is clearer because the mid and tall variants are known as the… Full review

Merrell Moab 2 Mid Gore-Tex

rated 1 of 5 stars was looking for a nice waterproof day hiker / weekend trip boot. Great looks, good comfort, reputable brand. However, terrible quality, and even worse customer service. Bought these from Gander Mountain for use on local hikes and some short 3-4 nighters. Love the look and feel of these—fairly lightweight for a hiker this size, and the waterproof claim is well-earned. But the praise stops there. Sadly, these boots have been to the shoe repair shop three times. The very first time I pulled them… Full review

Ahnu Montara Boot

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These boots aren't wide like many boots on the market. They have great ankle stability for rougher hiking terrain. I even did about 2.5 miles of trail running in these and they didn't kill my feet! Fit: These boots have a narrower fit, which was great, as I have struggled to find a boot that my foot and heel do not swim in. The lacing system helped keep the boot snug through the foot and ankle. Comfort: I was nervous for the first time using these. I ended up going for a 9-mile hike and they didn't… Full review

Salomon XA Pro Mid GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These boots saved my feet and allowed me to finish my 1000km Camino. In 2009 I was walking the Camino de Santiago, Northern route. The shoes I had (which are a highly rated Italian brand) were not working well for me. After two weeks of persisting I was almost crippled. I spent almost a full day in a Decathalon store trying on shoes that would work for my feet. Salomon is the only one that seemed to do the job properly.  I bought a pair of Exit Peak II and my life was changed. In 2014 I walked… Full review

Arc'teryx Men's Bora2 Mid GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Very durable rugged boot. Ultimate support, traction, and protection. Waterproof. Would recommend for any time a person is hiking. Especially if they have a heavy pack on or are in mud and rugged terrain. Take a while to break in, but mold to your feet beautifully. Both my wife and me have these boots. We will not hike without these boots on. They felt OK the first day but improved dramatically over time. No other boot is as supportive, waterproof, or durable.   We have completed a part summer,… Full review

Garmont Rambler GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars A very capable on-and-off-trail boot for the price. Are these the mythical one-pair-of-boots-for-just-about-everything solution? Maybe. Yeah, probably. Well, yes—definitely—if they fit your feet. Just hope they fit your feet. Best For: Backpackers of many, many kinds...but their ideal match goes off-trail with regularity, traverses alpine areas, and regularly carries 40 lbs. If your trail crew leader doesn’t spec all leather boots these should be on your radar. If the Job-Hazards Analysis… Full review

Montrail Men's Namche

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Comfortable, but poor durability. After approximately 10-15 relatively short hikes the soles delaminated severely. One is now only attached at the toe. The other is about 25% detached. They were comfortable and lightweight. Just wish they'd lasted longer.  Full review

Coleman Men's Golden Hiking Boots

rated 5 of 5 stars These Coleman boots are awesome. These Coleman boots are awesome. My son and I wore these just once for six miles before going on vacation. We then hiked out of the Grand Canyon from Phantom Ranch to the South Rim—one of the toughest trails in the country. No blisters or hot spots. The long range models are the best boots I have ever had. Full review

La Sportiva Men's Synthesis Mid GTX

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Whilst I have to agree they are very comfortable, they are not that well made. Whilst I have to agree they are very comfortable and the Gore Tex liner keeps feet dry their durability is suspect. The welding holding the sole to the boot came apart whilst on a hike. This was after not being overused and even though there was a lot of wear left in the sole. My other boots have lasted me far longer than these. Full review

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