Salomon Mega Trek 6 Light GTX

3 reviews
5-star:   1
4-star:   1
3-star:   0
2-star:   1
1-star:   0

Reviews

1

Sorry guys, but I love mine. I froze a couple of toes…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $219 CDN

Sorry guys, but I love mine.

I froze a couple of toes last winter, and I found the only boot last that didn't hurt was Salomon's. I tried the Quest 4D, but my feet got soggy in the snow after the leather on top wetted out and stopped the GTX from breathing.

I went looking for a pair of leather boots instead so I could waterproof them myself, and found the Mega Trek 6 halfway across the country. Got them home and waxed them, did a couple of short break-in hikes, then set out on a 9-day peak-a-day trip from the south end of the Canadian Rockies to the north.

They worked like a charm! Like most well-builtĀ  leather boots, these are the kind of boots you don't need to take off after a long day of hiking. No blisters, good ankle support, and the Mountain Contagrip soles (now replaced by Contagrip) are one of the toughest materials I've ever found. Still no signs of wear after one of my more active summers in rugged mountain terrain.

The only problem is that Salomon isn't making them any more! I'm keeping my eyes open, but I haven't found any remaining in my size. If anybody sees a pair of Size 11s, let me know!

0

I found these boots in an insurance salvage store…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Materials: Leather, curdura, rubber, Gore-Tex liner
Use: dayhikes, light backpacking
Break-in Period: still working on it, but not out of the box comfort
Weight: very light for ankle support provided
Price Paid: $45

I found these boots in an insurance salvage store at an incredible $100 savings off of the retail price of $145. So, I thought, what the heck, I'll give 'em a try. They fit very snug, which is a good thing on the trail, but they have been tough to break in.

The first day I wore them around work, and I work mostly indoors, they hurt my feet. I may have had them laced a bit tight, but I just laced them as I would if I was going on a hike. I would definitely say they do not offer "out of the box comfort" as I have seen them described elsewhere.

If you are looking for a boot with some serious ankle support these might be a good choice. They definitely feel like a product from Salomon- a stiff ski boot. I have yet to use them on a trail, but I'm sure that I won't have to worry about rolling an ankle if I do.

I definitely prefer my old school Vasque Skywalks and Sundowners to these boots, but I can't complain much for the price I paid. They definitely seem well made and tough as nails. They may run a bit smaller than other brands, they seem just a bit tight compared to my Vasque boots of the same size.

-1

WORST BOOTS EVER!!! They just fall down in pieces,…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Materials: gore tex
Use: hiking
Break-in Period: 2 days

WORST BOOTS EVER!!! They just fall down in pieces, took a trip to Patagonia, the Gore-tex just hold the water for 3 days, then it seems that the membrane broke somehow and all my feet ended wet.The stitches broke in 20 days of use.

I'm really dissapointed whit this boots and specially with Salomon. They make good looking stuff but crap quality.

Just don't waste your money and go at least for an Asolo boot.

Sorry by the spelling, I'm not an English speaker.

Salomon Men's Mega Trek 6 Light GTX

Discontinued

The Men's Mega Trek 6 Light GTX has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$43.49 - $145.00

The Salomon Men's Mega Trek 6 Light GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 12, 2010 at Backcountry.com.

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