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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

Timberland Keel Ridge Men's

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great quality for the price! I bought these for around $90USD and I have been using them regularly for almost three years. Well made of durable materials, lightweight, comfortable, and waterproof up to the laces.      Bought these before hiking Eagle Rock Loop in Arkansas. Reasonably priced, on sale for around $90. Fit great right out of the box, I bought size 13 which is my normal shoe size, formed to my foot quickly. I wore them for about two weeks to break them in before making the 30+ mile… Full review

AKU Slope GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Excellently made, good looking boot; perhaps better for people without wide feet! I ended up using these on a five-week trek across the rocky spine of Crete, despite having recently bought a pair of Salomon 4D2's. There were a couple of factors in choosing the Akus: They looked better. This was sort of important for me because I was going to be going in and out of social spaces, family friends' weddings, etc. My pair are a sort of pale sage nubuck with leather heel-pieces They seemed cooler in temp. Full review

Columbia Men's Redmond Mid Waterproof

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A good middle of the road lightweight waterproof hiking shoe that has nice sticky rubber on the soles that would make these an acceptable approach shoe. As I have gotten older I have drifted away from heaver hiking boots and gone to trail runners for much of my backpacking in the summer, but I would still like to find a shoe that is a little more robust than a trail runner, but has plenty cushion and is close to the weight of a trail runner. I normally don't consider Columbia shoes as I have always… Full review

Keen Men's Pyrenees

rated 1 of 5 stars Poor build quality, durability and then customer service when reported the issues. Won't have another Keen boot. Got these under warranty (when my Keen Durands fell apart in less than 12 months). Lasted six months (really two weeks in New Zealand). Leaked badly from the outset and the sole is separating (from itself and from the upper). Contacted Keen and was told they stand behind their product—except if you got the shoe as a result of a warranty claim (??). The last two pairs of Keen boots I've… Full review

Salomon Men's Quest 4D GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Perfect backpacking boot. Purchased in 2013 as my first backpacking boot. Lots of research done. Though quite expensive, $230 at the time, they have proved to be well worth the money. First of all, given the sturdiness and protection, they are very lightweight. Many have ditched the boot for trail runners to cut weight, but this is the solution. Great ankle support with important sole protection. Will buy another pair once these have worn down. Full review

Wenger Swiss Army Anchorage Mid

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Check product closely Appears good on the outside I purchased a pair of Anchorage mid boots in the USA. The third eyelet from the bottom on the left boot pulled out after the third use.  What can I do? Full review

Vasque Men's Talus Trek Mid UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Relatively light; comfortable from day one; good grip; waterproof. My regular hike has a fair amount of talus, so these are appropriately named! With a 12yo and a 10yo as hiking companions, I'm not breaking any distance records. Nor am I—yet—on really challenging terrain. I think these would be fine in either scenario, though. They're certainly more than enough for Connecticut's mostly benign trails, even the aforementioned talus. They show a few scrapes and other signs of wear, but I didn't… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Ventilator Mid

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Moab Ventilator Mids are very comfortable, relatively wear resistant, provide decent foot support, and traction, and dry out quickly. These traits are somewhat offset by the quality of construction, lack of strong ankle support for a mid-height boot, average insoles (typical for many brands), limited lacing options, and potential long term durability issues. They are a decent hybrid between waterproof boots and quick-drying trail runners for those transitioning to lightweight footwear or wanting… Full review

Salomon Men's Quest 4D GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Best fitting boots I've ever owned. I'm on my second pair of these and love them. For how light they are, they offer great support—good enough for when packing heavy loads. The Goretex is great in cooler, wetter conditions, but I don't like it when it's warm and dry outside. The boots don't breathe well enough to keep up with sweating and my feet get damp and hot (I hike with extra socks to swap out). The newer version has a slightly narrower toe box than the older model, but even so the toe box… Full review

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