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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Ozark Trail Hikers

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Keep my feet from hurting. I spent hundreds of dollars on brand name boots that hurt my feet until I tried these less expensive boots. I was figuring why spend hundreds on boots that hurt when I could hurt for less and to my surprise pain went away. And they kept my feet warm and dry for the Minnesota winter. They don't last as long as the $130 boots sitting in my closet that I'll probably pass down to my son, but I can buy a new pair every season for less. I am sorry to hear so many people have… Full review

Tecnica Men's Shasta

rated 1.5 of 5 stars They were in mint condition, not even broken-in when the bottoms started separating. I paid top dollar $170 with two pair of wicking and wool socks from Campmor. They fit well, were professionally fitted, taught how to properly lace and care for them. I wore them on the Sunfish Pond overnight on the Appalachian Trail and a few times a year for day hikes and to go camping. They were kept clean, never submerged in water barely saw rain and the other day I go to wear them to Great Adventure for Freight-Fest… Full review

Asolo Men's FSN 95 GTX

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Sole on boot is terrible. Just finished gluing the sole back for the third time. Glued in June and just returned from 7-day hike in Smokies and sole was flapping on both boots on the outside edges. Will go back to Vasque. Have had two pairs. The first pair, I got 4 years out of, until holes finally wore throught the sole. Second pair got roughly two years of service and the soles began to come apart. First the heels separated. Gorilla Glue seemed to stop the heel issue and then the last two trips,… Full review

Lowa Men's Zephyr GTX Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars Boots do fit big on the ankle for narrow feet. The elite version is better in this case. This boot is not meant for traction in rain. It was designed as a combat boot, specifically desert boot, where there is no rain. It is comfortable, but a thicker soled sock is helpful. Keeps rain out though better than any boot I've had, especially in stormy weather. Good fit. Big in ankles. Hiking sock needed. High quality. Are meant as combat desert boot, not as city boot or rain boot.  Full review

Ozark Trail Hikers

rated 2 of 5 stars My husband wears them for work. He likes the style of shoes, but he doesn't like that the shoes wear out in less than 2 months. Full review

Merrell Women's Moab Mid Waterproof

rated 5 of 5 stars Great value, comfortable, visually pleasing. Got a great deal on these at a Gander Mountain Close-Out sale. It's my second pair of hiking boots since I began hiking about a year and a half ago with my boyfriend. I wore out the first pair of boots (some lower end ones that we bought on sale to see if I even would enjoy hiking). I've been wearing these to work to break them in before hiking in them. I have to say they really didn't need any breaking in. They've been a comfortable fit from the start. Full review

Mammut Men's Comfort High GTX Surround

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A formidable warm-weather boot that offers full waterproof protection and breathability. These comfortable and lightweight high boots are ideal for hiking in the heat. Conditions:Two overnight trips and several day hikes have allowed me to put approximately 65-75 miles (105-120 km) on these boots from late July to late September 2015. The conditions have been a mix of hot and humid (90°F and 70+% humidity) to cool and damp (65°F).  The range of trails these boots have been exposed to include… Full review

Ozark Trail Hikers

rated 0.5 of 5 stars The soles absolutely will not hold up to hiking. Purchased these as it is so difficult to find low cost shoes to hike in that are my size. After the purchase  I decided I liked their look and I would hold on to them as regular wear shoes. I broke down and started to recently use them as an alternate hiker. They broke in real well comfort-wise at first. Then 40 miles into them and my forefoot started hurting on rocks where it hadn't before. After the next hike I checked the boots. Feeling the sole… Full review

Keen Women's Gypsum Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars These are the best hikers I've ever worn! Very supportive and yet light and comfy. Great tread to keep you from slipping in mud. Full review

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