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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Ozark Trail Men's Hikers

rated 1 of 5 stars Bought them a couple of years ago because I was replacing a fence @ my Maw's place and shoes I had on were wasted by the cement. mud and water. Rarely wore them until recently. Just discovered the soft rubber tread has worn thru after maybe two weeks of daily use. Totally a waste of whatever I paid for them Another worthless "Made in China for as cheap as possible" Walmart product :-( Full review

Ozark Trail Women's Hikers

rated 5 of 5 stars I just read all the negative remarks, but I just wanted you to know that I bought a pair of these women's boots 20 years ago and I am still wearing them. I don't wear them daily except in the winter. I guess I just got lucky, but I absolutely love them. It's hard to find anything nowadays that will last a month. Thank you from one happy customer!!! Full review

Salomon Men's Quest 4D GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Good boots for the cost...waiting to see how they hold up. I am 51 and needless to say I have gone through quite a few pairs of boots! I purchased these about three months ago.  THE GOOD: I really like the way these fit, feel, look, and support. On most trails these seem to "push" you along while walking and REALLY help if running. Keeps ankle VERY secure in all conditions. The waterproofing is above average (having some dampness after a few trips) and should be fine if you keep using your favorite… Full review

Salomon Kaipo CS WP

rated 3 of 5 stars For warm winter days. Choose 1/2 size bigger. Nice and light boots with a shoe-like fit. I wear them when I go snowshoeing. A little bit too narrow for my feet. Still a nice little boot. Full review

Vasque Men's Breeze 2.0 Mid GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a very comfortable boot. The boot is well constructed and durable. A nice light boot with a great vibram sole. I purchased a pair of these boots 8 years ago to hike some trails in Cape Breton NS.  When these were purchased there was no need for working these boots in.  The were very comfortable and handled steep muddy surfaces, rocky creek beds and long hikes.  I also used these for hunting and they were so light and comfortable on my feet.  Never had wet feet.  I finally had to throw… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Mid Gore-Tex

rated 5 of 5 stars These mid-height GTX versions of this boot model from Merrell are relatively light and very durable. They have a Vibram sole and leather/mesh tops with a rubber toe cap. Merrell also makes a non-GTX version and low-cut versions in GTX and non-GTX. I bought these boots after returning a similar pair of Danner mid GTX boots to Cabelas when the right side CRACKED all the way across at the ball of the foot with only 200+ miles on them. I use my Merrell Moab Mid GTX boots mainly for rainy and mild winter… Full review

Asolo Men's Drifter GV

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The fit is great for a high instep. Comfortable straight out of the box. Good grip, but not for crossing streams on slippery rocks. Rarely do I purchase any footwear without trying it on first, but I made an exception when I came across a deal online. From reading other reviews, I gathered enough info to base my current knowledge on that I'd need a wide size. I bought a 14w and the fit was very desirable. I have a thin foot height wise, but a high instep which makes for a tricky fit. The lacing… Full review

Keen Men's Oregon PCT

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a great product for those of us with wider feet. It's an extremely comfortable boot, and when purchased I bought half a size larger that allows for any foot swelling one gets after long days of hiking. This boot is my go-to boot for my most difficult terrain. I've used the boot many times, on several multi-day hikes from trails in Iceland, the Chilkoot Trail in Alaska, the La Clothe Silhouette Trail in Killarney Park, Ontario, Mount Assiniboine Park, and many others. Prior to purchasing… Full review

La Sportiva Men's Synthesis Mid GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Bravo, La Sportiva! Are you kidding me?! That was my reaction when I got home today after putting in miles in 103-degree heat. Pulled the boots off and my socks were dry as a bone! NO SWEAT whatsoever, this with a Gore-Tex liner? In case you are wondering, I wear the Smartwool PhD Run Elite socks. I have yet to test out water permeability, but that will come soon enough here in Portland. Now to the comfort, UNBELIEVABLY COMFORTABLE! In fact, the most comfortable boot I have ever had the pleasure… Full review

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