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SL Active

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A solid boot for the mountains, marshes, and mayhem. As a hiking guide in Banff National Park I needed a boot that was comfy, had good ankle support, and was virtually indestructible. If you water proof these boots properly they will become just that. I just wish I could say that about the insides, but then again the would not have been as comfy. So after 5 years I replaced these boots with the exact same boot. Don't ever stop making them. Full review

Moraine Mid GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Comfortable straight out of the box, great for fastpacking or ultralight hiking on tracks and trails or just wearing down the street. This is a very light boot that offers some ankle support for those that aren't willing to wear trail runners. Not so great cross country. I generally wear a size 13US and these are spot on. I bought these largely because I was after a comfortable light hiker that could be worn out of the box, for day walks and overnight walks where pack loads were light. This boot… Full review

Delta GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars I love these boots. Couldn't recommend them highly enough. Comfortable from the box. I've owned these boots for four years now and they are almost as good as new. I've done hundreds of country miles in them, a few mountains, a few valleys. Comfortable straight out of the box. My friend told me I would need to change them after a year. I was determined to prove him wrong...and I have. Regular cleaning and waxing has kept the leather supple. Memory foam inside the boots keeps my feet snug and warm. Full review

Zen Pro

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent fit with minimal to no break in required. Comfortable and nice looking as well. I've only had these shoes a couple weeks, probably not more than 30 miles on them so far.  I got these shoes from Sierra Trading Post just a few days before leaving for a week in Big Bend National Park. On initial inspection they seemed very well made, with no dangling threads or seams that didn't appear finished.  After wearing them around the house for a couple days I decided that they were sufficiently… Full review

Nangpa-La XCR

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Boot is solid and can take a beating. I scramble rather than hike, and I have a heavy build. Inside, the boot can be a bit more comfortable. It's a bit hard, but still comfortable. It is a bit narrow fit but also on the smaller side, so expect to take a full size bigger. Shoes is too narrow. Feels uncomfortable inside compared with La Sportiva and North Face. Very good scrambling in the dry. Avoid wearing them in wet on wet rocks. Rubbish in the wet.  Once again, the shoe is narrow in the toe box… Full review

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