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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Ahnu Montara Nubuck Boot

rated 5 of 5 stars A very comfortable boot with great stability in rocky conditions. Out of the box comfortable. Just put these on right out of the box and headed off for a five day trip in the Rockies. The boots were comfortable right from the start and had good stability even in scree. I'm happy to say that we had perfect weather so I cannot be sure how waterproof they are. I had the same pair of Vasques for 20 yrs and must say that these were a big improvement. Full review

Salomon Men's Quest 4D GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Most comfortable shoe I've ever worn! I have been wearing these shoes every day for over a year now and they are the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned. I don't even care for the way these look, but bought them based on reviews. I like the way other shoes look, but when these wear out I will buy another pair. Full review

Asolo Men's FSN 95 GTX

rated 1 of 5 stars A poor quality shoe because of the materials used in the sole. Potentially dangerous in a hiking situation. Relegate ASOLO to coffee shop wanker footwear because they are NOT for any serious remote hiker. They FAIL. After minimum wear (no tread wear) the hard rubber outer sole chipped and broke away on the side then delaminated from the soft sole they're attached to and then this stuff crumbled into little tiny bits. Cannot be reattached. If I was remote this would be disastrous. They are unusable. Full review

Danner Men's Light II

rated 2 of 5 stars The exterior quality and construction is outstanding. However...the Gore-tex membrane inside the boot is sloppily fit and loose, causing it to bunch, which causes friction points, especially with the tight toe box. I found the boot to be well constructed, durable, good looking, and difficult to wear with anything thicker than a liner or thin dress sock. The reason? A confining toe box, combined with a loosely fit Gore-tex membrane/liner, would cause severe rubbing and hotspots on the tops of my… Full review

Hoka Men's Tor Ultra Hi WP

rated 4 of 5 stars Hoka has taken a major step in the right direction with this new offering. The Hoka One One Tor Ultra Hi WP boot is a combination of the best technology on the market, premium design, and construction. Hoka took these three things, and developed a revolutionary one of a kind hybrid between their running shoes and a backpacking boot. I had never heard of, yet alone tried on a pair of Hoka One One footwear before this. As soon as my feet were securely strapped into these new boots I began to fall… Full review

Ahnu Montara Boot

rated 5 of 5 stars I hike all the time for my job, and before I got the Ahnu Montara boot, I was still using a very old pair of worn-out hiking boots I had for years. The Ahnu was literally a breath of fresh air for my feet. They are super comfortable and durable. I can only describe them by saying, 'walking on clouds!' The shoe fits really well. They have tons of support. I hike for work, and I can be out for a few hours, and really not feel anything. It is great! The ankle area is supported really well too!  What… Full review

Keen Men's Bryce Mid WP

rated 4 of 5 stars Used this boot for hiking up and around the Grand Canyon and used for backpacking. Great boot. Comfortable, trustworthy. I ordered a 1/2 size larger. Worn sparingly so don't know how long it will last. Very comfortable boot for just hiking or when carrying a 35-lb backpack on your back. I felt that the support was very good for my ankles (e.g., when walking on uneven or loose rock terrain). Wore a medium thickness stock and a liner sock and felt great and had no blister problems. I did hike one… Full review

Bearpaw Superior

rated 4 of 5 stars A bargain boot that strongly delivers. These were acquired, from Big5 of all places, on sale for about a quarter of the price most people would buy their hiking boots for. So far, they've stacked up tremendously. The fit, out of the box, was extremely comfortable for my caveman feet (wide and thick), and the break-in was minimal.  They've continued to feel pretty good now, months and several trips down the line. The ankle support is quality, at least for me. Never rolled anything or felt any wobbliness. Full review

Nevados Hiking Boots

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Nevados hiking boot quality is not great! Not much of waterproof on my hiking boots. Nevados hiking boots is comfortable to wear and going hiking, but the problem is it's not waterproof enough and you can feel the water go inside the boots. It will dry it up for a while. These hiking boots are too cheap and not a great quality. My recommendation is to be sure to purchase hiking boots that is a bit expensive  — the more the better to wear! Full review

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