Hiking Boots

Brands

other
Adidas
Ahnu
AKU
Alpine Design
Alt-Berg
Altama
Arc'teryx
Asolo
Baffin

Genders

Unisex
Men's
Women's
Kids'
Boys'
Girls'

Price

less than $50
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 and above

Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Nevados Hiking Boots

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Nevados hiking boot quality is not great! Not much of waterproof on my hiking boots. Nevados hiking boots is comfortable to wear and going hiking, but the problem is it's not waterproof enough and you can feel the water go inside the boots. It will dry it up for a while. These hiking boots are too cheap and not a great quality. My recommendation is to be sure to purchase hiking boots that is a bit expensive  — the more the better to wear! Full review

Keen Women's Voyageur Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars I have worn these hiking boots for three years, last me long time. Comfortable waterproof, light, easy to hiking. I still loved these hiking boots. It was worth the money, expensive yes! Till 3 years worn out! Excellent hiking boots and had worn them for three years and now worn out, can't use it anymore. I will definitely buy similar product again. It fits me so comfortably, cool inside, dry very quickly, no pressure or chaffing at all. When I'm hiking in my boots I can feel the sole underneath… Full review

Lowa Men's Renegade GTX Mid

rated 0.5 of 5 stars DON'T BUY! Great initially, then the soles separate from the boots after only a few years owning! Don't buy LOWA boots as their soles are made with materials that are designed for failure. They call it "Hydrolysis" just like Timberland's used to before they were forced to change their ways and use a quality material. The sole will literally separate entirely down the length of each boot at no fault of the wearer. They suggest to check after 6 years for failure, but why not buy a quality brand boot… Full review

Lowa Women's Renegade GTX Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, comfortable from the very first try, and no blisters. These are the key ingredients to commend this boot. The mid-high design provides support for weak or compromised ankles, there's plenty of room in the toe box, and the lightweight material dries quickly after river crossings. The sturdy sole accommodates additional back-weight from day packs, backpacks, or recalcitrant pets reluctant to take another step. Great for non-technical climbing and long hikes. The Lowa Renegade GTX mid… Full review

Keen Men's Durand Mid WP

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have to say my feet are ultra wide, and that this boot and fit are absolutely fabulous for me! I could not be more pleased. Also I don't have any foot slide forward problem pushing a downhill hike. I've tried almost all of the top reviewed boots out there, and if you have a fat foot with a good arch you won't find a better fit! These fit like a glove and support my ankles with grace and firm reinforcement! Full review

Asolo Piuma

rated 5 of 5 stars This boot is lightweight, extremely comfortable, and fairly quick drying. Used hiking over 1,400 miles on the Appalachian Trail — so it's durable too! This boot was purchased for use on the Appalachian Trail, and so it needed to be comfortable and last well. Thankfully, it fit from the start, with very good ankle and arch support and virtually no heel rub — no problems with Achilles tendons at all. This meant that there was essentially no break-in period needed. It produced no blisters even… Full review

Salomon Men's Quest 4D GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars With hiking boots it's truly a case of to each his/her own. In my case these Salomons are heaven-sent. Comfortable and supportive and minimal durability issues. I'm in my 60s and my ankles feel like they are in their 80s. Both have been sprained, twisted, and turned more times than I can count. I can — and have — turned them badly on cracks in the sidewalk. In the 4+ years I've worn the Salomon Quest 4Ds I have not experienced a single major ankle incident, which is little short of amazing given… Full review

Salomon Men's Quest 4D GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is a very good boot for day hiking and/or backpacking up to 30 to 40 pounds. There are a few problems, but I have a work-around that should help everyone. As a solo hiker I love the freedom to hike were I want as long as I want. The disadvantage is a larger group can help you make more informed purchases and not spend countless hours or hikes with equipment failure. I read the reviews and went to Adventure 16 and REI to try these boots. They fit perfect. They are light and the lace system is… Full review

Danner Men's Light II

rated 2 of 5 stars Not what I expected. I normally buy the Radical but decided to cough up the big $$$ this time. Bad decision. I wore these boots for two weeks at work and my feet could not take it anymore. Had to switch to a new pair of Radicals. Much easier on my feet. I drive commercial garbage truck and push and pull containers every day so they got a workout. So did my feet. New callouses started on my left foot. They are a super cool looking, waterproof boot, but for the price I will be sticking with the Radical… Full review

Top-Rated Hiking Boots

Sort by: name | rating | price | availability | recently reviewed

Page 1 of 16:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  Next »