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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Vasque Men's Breeze GTX XCR

rated 1 of 5 stars Thanks to these shoes, I fractured my tailbone and was a huge liability to my fellow travellers. Absolutely no traction on wet rock, wet limestone, and mossy inclines, which makes this basically useless when I was travelling during the rainy season in Nepal's hills, mountains, and caves. Feet slip no matter how tightly laced, leading to bruising under my toenails. I could have done better with my sneakers. That's how bad my experience was. Fair walking shoes. Pathetic wet ground traction. Low water… Full review

Danner Men's Light II

rated 5 of 5 stars Nice boots, made in America, and will last forever. I found these boots at a Big-Rays tent sale in a beat up box and looking like they'd been there awhile.  Anyway, I couldnt believe it when i saw they had been marked down from $280 to only $35. Even more surprising, they fit me perfectly, so I couldnt pass them up.  I may not be the best reviewer of hiking boots, as my only other pair before this were a cheap pair of uncomfortable Brahmas, but these boots are quality.  I've had them for around… Full review

Danner Men's Light II

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A great boot with minimal break-in time, can be resoled and is offered in a narrow width. This is a great boot that will last hundreds of miles. Comfortable right out of the box, the break-in time is minimal. The Kletterlift outsole offers superb traction and durability while the EVA midsole offers superb shock absorption. I put hundreds of miles on these boots as a forest ranger, production assistant for movie crews and on countless long day hikes. The only place I ever got blisters were on my… Full review

Mishmi Takin Kameng Mid eVent

rated 5 of 5 stars Great lightweight, waterproof boot. As a Ranger on The Dyrt, I was given the opportunity to try these boots out to review. I have had them about two months at this writing and love them. They fit really well and are easy to take on and get off. They are a little rigid and require some breaking in, but not enough to cause blisters. They are lightweight, but offer plenty of ankle support. They are waterproof, but still breathable.They have great traction on both dry and wet ground. I have used these… Full review

Merrell Moab 2 Mid Gore-Tex

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable and light for mid length boots and comes in wide widths. Fits well out of the box. Little or no break-in required. Used it to hike up to Nevada Falls in Yosemite and kept dry even on the Mist Trail.  Full review

Ozark Trail Mountain Hiker

rated 1 of 5 stars Bought these shoes and first time out of box, maybe 20 minutes on, the entire sole came off. Waste of money, never again!!! Would not recommend this product to anyone! When you take a shoe out of the box you expect it to last a while, not 20 minutes. Had to leave the job site and go buy shoes to work.  Full review

Asolo Men's Neutron GV

rated 4 of 5 stars Great stability on steeper trails with load. Good for narrower feet. Bit on the heavier side. Great fit. Have been using these hiking boots for a few weeks now and wear them daily to work apart from trails on the weekends. I wear a 10.5 for my street shoes and got the same in these. These run a bit narrower and suit my somewhat narrow feet well. They did need a few days to break in. I haven't experienced any chafing. I did notice a sore point on my inner ankle bone on one hike, but this has since… Full review

Ozark Trail Men's Hikers

rated 3.5 of 5 stars I have bought a few pairs of the boots and shoes for men. And it's a country flip if they make a bad odor. I wore the last pair shoes for about two hours and could start smelling them. Switch shoes (after washing again) and nothing. I'm sure it's in the material in some of shoes. But very comfortable. Full review

Lowa Men's Renegade GTX Mid

rated 1 of 5 stars I bought these boots March 11th. By June they started separating at the toe. I wore them occasionally and used them for light hiking and city walking. I have to say they are very comfortable with the addition of better insoles. They come with insoles with minimal cushion or support. Trying to get a warranty from Campsaver or Lowa has been a waste of time. $183 was way too much to pay for shoes that don't last three months. These are NOT hiking boots. I didn't get to wear them long enough to say… Full review

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