Montrail Blue Ridge GTX
I have been a huge Montrail fan over the years, but…
I have been a huge Montrail fan over the years, but this boot was junk. It started to fall apart after only 2 weeks. The leather hook on the back of the boot started to separate from the rest of the boot exposing the inner stuffing of the boot. Needless to say, I was NOT happy. I plan on writing to Montrail about this. Buyer beware on this boot.
The reason I gave it 1.5 stars was because the boot is actually comfortable despite that fact that it is falling apart.
Even though I got a really great price for my boots…
Price Paid: $85
Even though I got a really great price for my boots I still think they are great boots! I think they are definitely for a person who has a narrow foot and has a high arch. And they have no break in period. I very happy purchase of these shoes.
Overall fantastic boot. No break-in time, relatively…
Materials: leather and Gore-tex
Use: geologic fieldwork involving extensive dayhikes and scrambling
Break-in Period: none
Price Paid: $175
Overall fantastic boot. No break-in time, relatively light, very durable. I have a narrow heel but was able to adjust the lacing to get the support where I needed it the most without cutting off circulation to the rest of my foot.
All Blue Ridge GTX versions
In addition to the 3 women's reviews above, there are 6 reviews for other versions of the Blue Ridge GTX. Read all reviews »