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Earthkeeper Mt. Maddsen Mid

rated 1 of 5 stars Poor quality, not waterproof, and not made for rugged terrain. Very poor tread and grip/traction. Two years ago, I bought Timberland Earthkeeper Mt Maddsen boots (size 10) to replace my 20+ year old Coleman Dry boots (bought at a Meijer's in Michigan for $40).  The Colemans had seen plenty of hikes on three continents, perhaps a few thousand miles in four seasons, and are still comfortable and dry and actually still have decent tread left! I didn't expect the Timberland to match their quality given… Full review

Earthkeepers Intervale Waterproof Hiking Boot

rated 4 of 5 stars Solid construction boots that keep my feet protected as I backpack and provide decent ankle support. They have solid traction and keep your feet warm and dry. I've had these boots for about a year and they look almost as good as when I bought them. Fit: a bit snug, so you might want to go up a size. Comfort: pretty good, but after a long day of hiking, I am ready to take them off. They have caused me a couple of blisters when I didn't wear thick socks. Support: No complaints here. They aren't super… Full review

Flume Mid

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I highly recommend these boots. I'm on my 3rd pair of Timberland Flume Mid hiking boots. They are very comfortable right out of the box and I wear them causally and for hiking. The durability was put to the test when I skid about 80 feet on concrete in a motorcycle accident. The boot showed very little damage and I walked away without any damage to my feet or ankles. I live and ride in the hot Texas summers; however, despite being all leather and waterproof, I am never too hot in these boots. Thin… Full review

Euro Hiker

rated 5 of 5 stars Comfort and durability wrapped up in one, but oh so much more. These boots are something to talk about. They are very comfortable with little break-in time. The ankles are stiff but soften as you wear them. The fit is true to size and has a generous toe box. I have high arches and there is plenty of support. The water resistance is great, being in 6 inches of snow for several hours and feet were still dry. The traction is good and I had little slippage. Nothing fancy just good, practical, leather… Full review

Greenscapes Mountain Sneaker Low

rated 5 of 5 stars Extremely durable and rugged. Takes the test of getting beatup and wins hands down. I used this shoe for water restoration work; for hiking; for workouts on the treadmill and general weights. It's the best shoe/sneaker I have ever had including anything during my 6 years in professional football. I have beat up this sneaker in every way and every thread and piece of material is intact! Amazing quality! Full review

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