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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Asolo Men's Fugitive GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars After eight years of wearing these boots, still kicking with them. From NY upstate to the fjords of Norway these boots have proven superiority on all kinds of lands and terrain. They feel so comfortable on your foot that I even wear them outside just for a walk. The support is great. If you're one of those people who loves to walk and walk this is your boot. I can say much, but you must try for yourself. If you cannot find these ones, try also the Mustang GV. Full review

New Balance 1569 Shoe

rated 5 of 5 stars Got them for the Camino De Santiago Greatest thing I've ever done for my feet! Full review

Merrell Energis Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Bought 11 months ago. Used for only hikes and long walks the first four months then everyday wear after that. Typical Merrell, comfortable and durable. I must say I'm surprised by the durability of these boots. With the soft sole, cloth eyelets and light weight I didn't expect them to last long. Now after 10 months I'm halfway through the tread and they still work great. My left boot always leaked even when new. I didn't expect the waterproofing to be as good as say a Goretex lined boot. The cloth… Full review

Mammut Women's Brecon II GTX

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Soles coming off boots after very little use. I thought I had finally found a replacement for my beloved Raichles from years ago when I bought these from REI around 2008-2009. The salesman told me these were made by Raichle, although the REI brand seems to be the only one on the boot. These were to be my -serious- hiking boots, for when I had the time and was in the country for multiday backpacking trips. I wore them on short hikes and a couple of overnighters, enough to make sure they were broken… Full review

Timberland PRO Boondock 8"” Comp Toe Work Boots

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a very comfortable boot with proper cushioning on the sides and in the heel. I wear these boots daily. I wanted a hiker that I could wear for my daily work which requires a safety toe.  These boots were by far the most comfortable I tried. The tread is great for non-slip but doesn't get as much traction as a dedicated hiker like my Asolos. The specific model I have is the Timberland Pro Comp Toe WP 8-Inch Boot. So far, I love them. I have 1 small issue in that 1 stitch has popped loose. Full review

Scarpa Men's ZG 65 XCR

rated 1 of 5 stars These were my first walking boots bought for walking in New Zealand, so years ago I bought these crap boots. Well, I'm glad I didn't eventually go because these would have let me down—3 very bad points let these down. No.1 They are very hot! Unless worn in sub-Antarctic conditions No.2 They are very very slippery on rocks or anything really! No.3 The worst thing about these boots is the build quality. The welded rugged sole separates from the boot in several places and I have never really walked… Full review

Wenger Swiss Army Anchorage Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars Four years old, 900K across Spain in 2013, 500K across Portugal 2015, about 700K on short hikes between those dates, in rain, hot temps, and chilly weather. Still wearing them for short hikes. Best boots I have ever had. At one size larger than I normally take, I wear two pairs of socks. They fit my feet perfect. Only a short break-in before I wore them to Spain for a 900K hike on the El Camino. Very few blisters, but when I did get one, room for moleskin. Dry feet on rainy days, but soaked when… Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II Mid

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Excellent all around boots. Being involved with the Boy Scouts for many years, I have spent many hours on my feet and in my boots. Keens provide great toe protection, and if you have ever stubbed your toe on the trail, you'll understand the importance of the large toe cap.   I have always found the fit to be very good. I own several pairs of Keens and actively wear them all. Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars Sturdy, Not too heavy and a thick sole make this a great value hiking boot. I really like they way these fit my feet and offer support. The lacing pattern etc. make my feet and ankles feel very secure to help avoid injury. I also like that i can address rocky, wet, sandy, woodland etc. terrain and so far have been very pleased with how they feel and handle the terrain. I don't "feel everything" under my feet due to the thick sole so i don't have to be concerning with where my every step goes in… Full review

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