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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

AKU Alpina Plus GTX

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Low quality and bad customer service. Beware the average quality of Aku. I had some boots which looked good and were performing okay, but suddenly the plastic/rubber midsole went all brittle and now they are unwearable. I discussed this case with Aku directly, but they said it was out of warranty so nothing they could do, which I thought was very poor customer service. Allan Full review

Lowa Uplander GTX

rated 3 of 5 stars Lightweight waterproof boots. May not be suitable for all foot shapes due to a deep forefoot. I bought my Lowa Uplanders at the end of 2015 for use as urban bad weather footwear. At the time I did not intend to use them for hiking. I did my hiking in mid-height boots of the sort used by most hikers—in my case, Lowa Renegades. Uplanders come in two styles, smooth black (marketed as a military boot) and suede, and for my intended use I chose the smooth black. Until autumn 2016 I made limited use… Full review

Oboz Men's Bridger Mid BDry

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A really comfortable mid that can overlap into four seasons. The leather upper is soft and needs little break-in but provides some support, and the sole and midsole do a nice job protecting your feet - but I wouldn't call the midsole cushy. The lacing hardware is sturdier than most. Waterproof membrane makes them a good choice for rain and mud. Overall, a nice boot. With five months of hiking and walking under the treads, it's time to review the Bridger. This is a mid-high boot, all leather, but… Full review

Keen Men's Durand Mid WP

rated 0.5 of 5 stars American Made Built-In Heel Pain. Who's bright idea was it to put the raised black rubber rock in the center of the heel area? If you like hiking on a rock under your heel, by all means buy this boot. The most stupid design ever with the raised hard rubber rock under the center of your heel pad. i had to void my warranty and cut the rock out so I could use the boot. I like spending good money and voiding the warranty a week after buying a product. You can always buy one of their Made In Vietnam… Full review

The North Face Men's Hedgehog Fastpack Mid Gore-Tex

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This is a great mid level hiking boot. The boot offers a great degree of ankle support and arch support, as well as looks great too. It offers a Vibram sole, which provides durability and traction, as well as a Goretex lining that waterproofs the boot. I purchased these boots at Atmosphere, which is a partner under the Sport Chek brand for those Canadians out there, on sale for $100 about a year ago. Since then, they have provided me with a high degree of ankle and arch support, as well as great… Full review

Timberland Women's Chocorua Trail Mid Waterproof GTX

rated 3 of 5 stars I wanted to love them, but sometimes a shoe is a poor fit for your feet in particular. I think this may have been the case here. These boots were very comfortable when I first got them, but I found that the longer I wore them the more uncomfortable they became. I have bunions and the crease in the leather began to push agains the top of my left foot right on the big toe joint. It feels a little like pressure on a nerve, and on longer hikes my toe went a little numb. I bought these boots in a Timberland… Full review

Hi-Tec Men's Altitude IV WP

rated 1 of 5 stars For some bizarre reason the shoe base has a bump in the middle on the *outside* edge of the foot. Nobody has feet shaped like that. Your arch is on the *inside* edge of your foot—that's where you need support. I can imagine nothing but pain wearing this shoe for any distance. No thanks! It's possible that this could be corrected with replacement insoles, but the bump is part of the shoe design itself so I doubt it. Full review

Ozark Trail Men's Hikers

rated 3 of 5 stars You get what you pay for. They are a casual hiker to keep your feet warm and dry in snow or light rain on short hikes or dog walks. Anyone who wants to tackle rugged hikes or thinks they can go creek stomping in a $30-$40 pair of hiking boots without some issues is a dingleberry. The harsh reviews for this product on this thread are from people with unrealistic expectations. I think some of them would be mad if they couldn't traverse the entire Colorado Trail on a Huffy mountain bike. SMH.  Full review

Teva Men's Ossagon Mid eVent

rated 5 of 5 stars My pair held up for a very long time. The most comfortable boot I have ever owned. Must have gotten a good pair. Mostly used off-trail hiking to caves and some caving trips. The weird straps broke pretty quickly from all the in-cave abuse sliding on rocks (got cut), but the boots were useable for years. Actually, I am still using them, but the heel section of at least one of them is coming apart inside so it bunches a bit and rubs my heel now. Any boot I buy and use like this normally gets thrown… Full review

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