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Renegade GTX Mid

rated 1 of 5 stars I bought these boots March 11th. By June they started separating at the toe. I wore them occasionally and used them for light hiking and city walking. I have to say they are very comfortable with the addition of better insoles. They come with insoles with minimal cushion or support. Trying to get a warranty from Campsaver or Lowa has been a waste of time. $183 was way too much to pay for shoes that don't last three months. These are NOT hiking boots. I didn't get to wear them long enough to say… Full review

Renegade GTX Mid

rated 3 of 5 stars Lightweight and comfortable hiking boots. However, my pair have had durability issues. I bought my Lowa Renegades in June 2015. I wore them when I hiked the Cumbria Way, a long-distance trail in the UK, in May 2016. Needless to say, I did most of my training walks for the Way in the same boots. I found them a little deep in the forefoot, so I fitted a volume reducer under the insole. Even so, the heel grip was a little looser than I would have liked, but this ceased to be a significant issue once… Full review

Renegade GTX Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars Great hiking / backpacking boot...lightweight and comfortable right out of the box. Just wore out my second pair—over 1,000 trail miles on both. I am a big guy (240 lbs) and I am an avid hiker and backpacker so I am always carrying between 15 and 40 lbs. My average hiking weekend covers 12-20 miles over rough rocky terrain, often wet or muddy too, uphill, downhill, scrambling, creek crossings, snowshoeing, just about every condition available. And I will say this, my feet have always been dry… Full review

Uplander GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight waterproof boots. May not be suitable for all foot shapes due to a deep forefoot. I bought my Lowa Uplanders at the end of 2015 for use as urban bad weather footwear. At the time I did not intend to use them for hiking. I did my hiking in mid-height boots of the sort used by most hikers—in my case, Lowa Renegades. Uplanders come in two styles, smooth black (marketed as a military boot) and suede, and for my intended use I chose the smooth black. Until autumn 2016 I made limited use… Full review

Tibet Pro GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Serious boot for serious environments! These boots are great for the serious tramper (or hiking/backpacking if you're not in New Zealand) or hunter. Very rugged boot and very well made (not made in China but handcrafted in Europe(Germany)). The boots are not insulated, so if you're going into snow country then you best have warm socks or an insulated boot. Breathes exceptionally well — have not had a problem with sweat buildup. Just make sure you take care of them I.E wash them when you're back… Full review

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Lowa Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

New Footwear for 2010, Part 3: Trail-Runners and Outdoor Socks
We close our series on new footwear of 2010 with a look at trail-running shoes and outdoor footwear. Read more
January 18, 2010

Katadyn, Leki, Lowa, Mammut, Suunto Win ispo Awards
The most innovative outdoor products of the summer season 2007 were distinguished with the ispo Outdoor Awards. Read more
July 1, 2006

Outside Magazine Announces 2006 "Gear of the Year" Award Winners
After months of rigorous field-testing, Outside announced the 2006 winners of the magazine's coveted Gear of the Year awards. Read more
April 17, 2006

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