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Renegade GTX Mid

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I love Lowa! I have owned five pairs of these boot and cannot express how comfortable they are. I have a bad right knee with multiple surgeries to its name and I have gone through the mill trying to find the right boot. Sadly, Merrell and Keen just can't hold up long enough to justify the money. I am on my feet 45+ hours a week at work and another 10 or so on the weekends in the mountains and 1 thing remains the same! My boots! I started wearing these boots after trying many other brands. My knees… Full review

Zephyr Desert GTX Hi

rated 5 of 5 stars Best boot I've worn in 21 years in the Army. Durable, comfortable, haha dare I say fashionable?!?! Full review

Tibet Pro GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable boot no matter where or on what I hike/backpack. I like to bushwack and these allow that anywhere. Beautiful quality, but heavy and limited to temps above about 40 deg F for my feet when I stop moving. Lowa will resole including new rand for $85, so take care of the leather. I paid $165 new. If they were lighter they'd be nearly perfect for an uninsulated boot. Fit is nearly ideal for my foot shape. Put multiple loops before and after the ankle lace loops to keep your heelĀ in place. Full review

Civetta GTX Extreme

rated 5 of 5 stars Another incredible product from LOWA. I've been looking for this boots for years for their warmth, construction, crampon compatibility. With this I've found all of the above. This boot is warm and indestructible, it wears well and I've had "no" break-in period. I train at Mount Washington, N.H., and I need extremely warm items and this fits the bill. Hopefully I'll be able to test them in Nepal in Spring 2016. Also, I have the Grivel G20 crampon and I've had no problems with the step-in's. Full review

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

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