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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Merrell Men's Moab Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These WPB membrane "Mid" height boots are great for three-season backpacking I'm now on my second pair of Merrell Moab Mid boots with a WPB liner. The first pair (with GTX lining) is still useable, but for dry conditions because the waterproofing is going away. After having similar Danner boots have a sole CRACK right across the ball of my foot and one other Danner heavy all leather boot's steel shank get loose I tried Merrell boots and shoes and never looked back. I now have two pair of boots… Full review

Hi-Tec Men's V-Lite Altitude Ultra WPi

rated 4 of 5 stars Excellent fit. Bought it for a trip to Nordkap (73 degrees North in the Arctic Circle) with temperatures at -25 degrees Celsius, deep snow in places. My feet never got wet nor cold. I bought these Hi-Tecs in 2014 to do a trip to Norway to go and experience the Aurora Borealis, nature's own pyrotechnics show. We travelled via working boat from Bergen, passed the Arctic Circle and rounded Nordkap. The return journey on Hurtigruten took 12 days. We were there in January when they have two months of… Full review

Keen Men's Pyrenees

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have had these boots for over two years and love them. Great for wearing around the farm or just with a pair of jeans on a casual outing. These boots fit great! I have a wide foot and have a difficult time finding comfortable shoes. They required a day or two to break in, but have been so comfy ever since and I have had them for two and a half years.  The support is excellent and they are truly waterproof. I have waded thru puddles and have used a hose to rinse mud and dirt off of them and my… Full review

Lowa Women's Renegade GTX Mid

rated 2 of 5 stars So here's my Lowa story...a shoe that feels mostly comfortable right out of the box, costs a lot, and falls apart in a couple of years. First off, I'm very grateful for the beautiful nature that exists. My life is very busy but I'm able to go hiking every once in a while. A few years ago, I bought my first hiking boots. Due to my excitement at that time for the adventure outdoors, I bought three different brands (Lowa, Montrail, Vasque). This mini story/review is about the Lowa brand boots I purchased. Full review

Mishmi Takin Kameng Mid eVent

rated 5 of 5 stars My experience with a brand new shoe in the Himalayas. I finally got the shoe I had been waiting for. Had to go on a quick trip in the Himalayas, start of winter, needed to cover about 45 kms in two days on a hard trail. Wore it straight on the day I was suppose to hike and everything was smooth. Waterproofing really works. The grip on icy patches was great. After a short break, had another chance to hike above 3,200 meters in about 2-3 feet of snow and it was a dream. Not an inch was wet within. Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II Mid

rated 2 of 5 stars I experienced sole and lacing eyelet failure at about six months of light hiking. Initial fit was good but the boots failed. I do not recommend this boot. Hiked two to four miles maybe five times a week and the boots failed at about six months. Initial fit was nice. Durability is questionable. I do not recommend for long hikes, my boots failed... Full review

Lowa Men's Zephyr GTX Mid

rated 5 of 5 stars I've bought about four pairs of these boots over the last 10 years and I live in them every day of the week, around the office, on the hills and crags. They typically last me 1 -2 years. Water resistance is good in wet and boggy hikes. The comfort factor for my feet is perfect and I have a wide foot. I have lived in these boots over the last 10 years and a pair lasts me about two years with constant daily use. Break-in time for me is about zero to one full day. On a day to day basis the comfort… Full review

Scarpa Men's ZG 65 XCR

rated 2 of 5 stars Used this for hiking, several hikes in the Lakes and Snowdonia, the Inca Trail, and about two short hikes in Southern Africa. I gave it two stars merely because I did a fair amount of hiking with it, but was ultimately shocked when they suddenly fell to pieces. They were also hot, slippery, and got waterlogged easily. Shoe seemed to fit well on the whole. However, waterproofing does not work—water gets in (maybe through the top of the shoe?) and then the waterproofing stops it from ever getting… Full review

Salomon Men's X Ultra GTX Mid

rated 3 of 5 stars At best these boots are average. I own a pair of Jack Wolfskin mid boots that are much more comfortable. I have pretty much said it all in the pros and cons. These boots are nowhere near as comfortable as my Jack Wolfskin boots which cost around the same. Had I had known the problem with the ankle rub then I wouldn't have bought them. Once worn on a trek then you can't take them back.  Full review

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