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Quest 4D GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Best fitting boots I've ever owned. I'm on my second pair of these and love them. For how light they are, they offer great support—good enough for when packing heavy loads. The Goretex is great in cooler, wetter conditions, but I don't like it when it's warm and dry outside. The boots don't breathe well enough to keep up with sweating and my feet get damp and hot (I hike with extra socks to swap out). The newer version has a slightly narrower toe box than the older model, but even so the toe box… Full review

XA Pro Mid GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These boots saved my feet and allowed me to finish my 1000km Camino. In 2009 I was walking the Camino de Santiago, Northern route. The shoes I had (which are a highly rated Italian brand) were not working well for me. After two weeks of persisting I was almost crippled. I spent almost a full day in a Decathalon store trying on shoes that would work for my feet. Salomon is the only one that seemed to do the job properly.  I bought a pair of Exit Peak II and my life was changed. In 2014 I walked… Full review

X Ultra 2

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These shoes are comfortable and supportive; stood up to a 65-mile backpacking trek with 35-40 lbs pack; could use a little more toe room. This is my second Salomon trail-hiking shoe. I initially tried the XA Pro 3D, but it just didn't offer enough protection in the sole against rocks. The X Ultra 2 has that extra bit of cushioning that keeps my feet from feeling like they've been beaten with a hammer after miles on a rocky trail. Salomon sizes run a little small, so I had to get a 9 1/2, compared… Full review

Speedcross 4

rated 5 of 5 stars Light, tough, comfortable. I have put over 500 miles on these in technical mountain terrain. Would not trade them for the world, except for a new pair. Full review

Quest 4D GTX

rated 1.5 of 5 stars My Quest boots started collapsing in the heel construction and popped out this sharp tooth of some sort of composite material from the sole. It is sharp and has cut me on hikes, and sliced my Goretex pants. Beware! I don't like bleeding on hikes due to the risk this creates with bears. Beware! Full review

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