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Renegade GTX Mid

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I love my Lowa boots. They are comfortable, light, reliable, and great looking. Rating: 4 1/2 stars Source: Purchased new from RiverSports Outfitters retail store Price Paid: $220 Fit: These boots fit true to size in my experience Comfort: I feel that my Lowas are as comfortable as most tennis shoes Support: These boots offer good support around the ankle and the Mono-Wrap footbed seems to provide good foot support. Water Resistance: I have had no issues with leaks and feel that the one piece GoreTex… Full review

Tibet Pro GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars The Tibet Pro GTX—about as good as it gets!!! Although touted as a heavier-duty backpacker's hiking boot, I purchased these as a replacement for a wonderful pair of 6" tall Mephisto GTX hikers that I used as everyday casual/sportswear boots as well as light on and off-trail hikers. These Lowa Tibet Pros might be a bit of overkill for my intended uses and I did also purchase a lighter pair of Dachstein hikers, but I am more than satisfied with the Lowas in every way! In short, these boots are beautifully… Full review

Hunter GTX EVO Extreme

rated 5 of 5 stars Best made hunting boots for extreme alpine conditions. Alaska: From the steepest cliffs to rock ledges and mountain slopes, I hunt critters that are at home in the most inaccessible reaches in our state: Alaska's Dall Sheep and Mountain Goat. As two of Alaska's best mountain climbers, in order for me to be successful I have to have the right boots to make the climb. These boots have helped me fill tags and freezers. I highly recommend these boots to anyone for a solid hunting boot! Full review

Zephyr GTX Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars Boots do fit big on the ankle for narrow feet. The elite version is better in this case. This boot is not meant for traction in rain. It was designed as a combat boot, specifically desert boot, where there is no rain. It is comfortable, but a thicker soled sock is helpful. Keeps rain out though better than any boot I've had, especially in stormy weather. Good fit. Big in ankles. Hiking sock needed. High quality. Are meant as combat desert boot, not as city boot or rain boot.  Full review

Hunter GTX Extreme

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent boot especially for off-trail use and rocky terrain. Very comfortable for my foot shape with no blisters, etc. They are sort of heavy and slow me down a bit, but when the weather gets cold and wet as it did on my Yosemite trip I was glad I had them. 200 grams of Thinsulate works well when moving, but my toes get cold at rest for long. I bring boot covers with down booties for cold weather. Highly recommended. I love these things, comfort and support are excellent with no pressure points,… Full review

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