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These shoes are very comfortable. They have good grip…

Rating: rated 3 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $100

These shoes are very comfortable. They have good grip on the soles and they look great. However, I got mine three months ago and the soles are already falling off. I've hiked in them only a handful of times and used them for trail running twice. Other than that, it's been just around town and work.

They still look great but I'm going to have to get them resoled. If the soles would stay intact, I'd never buy another shoe.

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Very comfortable and secure approach shoe, plus you…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: leather, vibram 30% recycled rubber sole
Use: short to long dayhikes / rough to moderate trails with w/ daypack
Break-in Period: They were perfect after about 10-15 miles of trail use
Weight: 28 ozs.
Price Paid: $110

Very comfortable and secure approach shoe, plus you can even do some moderate rock climbing in them. Durability is top notch, the perwanger leather is great. I have about 150 trail miles on them and they still look new.

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Patagonia Men's Huckleberry

Discontinued

The Men's Huckleberry has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$55.96 - $115.00

The Patagonia Men's Huckleberry is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2012 at EMS.

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