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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Keen Men's Targhee II Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars So comfortable, they've replaced my Vasques. After three days patrolling the Paradise area of Mt. Rainier, my feet felt like I'd walked a mile on soft dirt rather than about 15 miles on paved, dirt, snow-covered, and rocky trails. I volunteer at Mt. Rainier National Park, patrolling the highly used Paradise area of the park. Miles of paved, dirt, rocky, and snow-covered trails are my beat. I've worn a pair of Vasques or a pair of Columbia lightweight hiking boots since I started volunteering, but… Full review

Asolo Fusion 70 GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars 13-year-old boots — STILL kicking and hiking! Why am I reviewing a hiking shoe that I bought 12-13 years ago??? Because I still have these hiking boots. I still wear them. And they are STILL my go-to hiking boot! Yes, the tread is now worn a wee bit smooth, so I don't wear the boot for *real* hiking adventures, but it's my tramp the town paved trails, walk the dog, winter go-to-the-store boot. Guess I am touting the longevity of a good product! When I decide to replace these the brand WILL be… Full review

Finn Comfort Garmisch

rated 5 of 5 stars Very expensive boots, but these could be what makes the difference for middle-aged feet. A year ago I got back into backpacking after 20 years of a sedentary lifestyle. For the last three years of my two decades of slothfulness, I suffered from chronic plantar fasciitis. When I finally got over that, I had a renewed appreciation for well-functioning feet. I decided to put mine to good use by resuming regular hiking and backpacking trips. A lot of research led me to these crazily expensive boots… Full review

Vasque Women's Breeze GTX XCR

rated 4 of 5 stars Great for short hikes in all weather and terrain. Long lasting...have had mine for well over eight years! These were the first hiking boots I have ever bought. They were on sale at REI for $100, and at that price figured I couldn't go wrong. It has been almost 8+ years now and I still use them for my hikes. I started hiking straight out of the box with no need for breaking them in. I have large toe box and high arches, so it is hard to find good boots that fit. Through the years, I have been pleasantly… Full review

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

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