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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Merrell Men's Sawtooth

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have owned my boots now for almost four years, have hiked much of western Maryland, with these boots using them four times a week, and they have travelled with me to Colombia and been used extensively here over various terrain and are still going strong. These boots are great. I will change the laces and add an innersole and probably get another four years out of them. Going with me to the Mexico border region next. The fit was great for me, 10.5 fit like a 10.5. Were a little stiff to start,… Full review

The North Face Men's Havoc Mid GTX XCR

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Very lightweight hiking boot, almost sneaker-like boots. Was enjoying until it leaked. I am a newbie to hiking and it has been only 2,5 months since I started outdoor sports. The activities I do are mostly hiking, canyoning, caving. Although I am new, I have been out doing something every Sunday. I was looking for a lightweight, hiking boot which was also a waterproof, comfortable boot. I wanted something that I will be able to wear also in summer. As I was a newbie, I did not really know what I… Full review

Vasque Men's Snowblime UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars I usually buy Merell products. Bought these because they were on sale. Do not regret it for a second. Excellent fit and feel...really robust. I have only had them for a while, so I can't say much about their durability, which seems like it will be exemplary, thus far. All I can say is that they have been on some pretty crazy trails with me, so far, keeping me upright, comfortable, and alive all the way through. Recommend them very highly, do I! Full review

Nevados Klondike WP

rated 0.5 of 5 stars 1/2 a star is too many for this piece of crap boot. Do not buy anything made with the Nevados name on it. It's cheap junk and will come apart in just a short time. These are not worth buying at any price, not even if they were free. They are junk and will come apart quickly. First pair lasted three months and the sole started coming completely off. Second pair was worse and the soles came completely off. They were only glued on with probably Chinese glue. DO NOT BUY NEVADOS. Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II Mid

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Seem good so far. i ordered these online without ever having tried them on because I was in need of new shoes, and I found these reasonably cheap. All of my other boots and hiking shoes are size 10 1/2, so I assumed that these would be the same. Luckily they were. I got them out of the box, put them on, and walked around the house for a bit. They felt comfortable and very flexible for a new shoe, so I took to my hiking grounds with a 20 lb pack on my back. I recently found a scenic overlook on top… Full review

Lowa Camino GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars As an avid hiker, but prone to excessive supination, these boots provide the ankle support needed. Furthermore, Lowa Camino offered wide sizes. 20 miles so far with minimal break-in blisters. Purchased Lowa Camino wide boots after deciding that my Merrell Men's Moab Ventilator wide wiidth athletic shoes were not providing enough ankle support. Prior to 2013, I wore Vasque Breeze wides, which provided just enough ankle support and were as comfortable as a sneaker. Unfortunately Vasque change… Full review

Asolo Stynger GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars I have found this to be my "Go-To Boot" .....I now prefer this over others. I took two pair of boots with me on my trip to Costa Rica (Asolo Stynger GTX and the Lowa Renegade GTX).  After a while I found myself relying on the Asolo boot more and more. The Lowa conformed to my foot but after a while it became loose and unstable in its feel. The Asolo definitely held its shape and continued to provide stability and support while climbing over rocks and maintained traction while on slippery rocks/surfaces. Full review

Keen Women's Targhee II Mid

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Keen Targhee II Mid's are an awesome multi purpose boot. Hiking or everyday. Comfortable right out of the box with no break in period needed. Dependable on the trail keeping your feet dry and comfortable while giving you all the support you need. I highly recommend these boots. These are great hikers. Bought for a trip to Vancouver Island's North Coast Trail in 2011. They did not need any break-in period and felt like they were custom made for me. Box to trail.  The North Coast Trail had very… Full review

Vasque Luna

rated 4 of 5 stars Owned Vasque boots for about 20 years. This version takes some time to break in, just like my old pair, and is waterproof to the point where I stood in 50-degree water for 20 minutes fishing with them and was comfortable and dry. I have wide feet and this pair took longer to break in. The soles on my pair have worn out to the point that the plastic layer beneath has been exposed, after only a few years. My original pair were so comfortable that instead of getting a new pair, I had them re-soled. Full review

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