Trail Shoes






less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$500 and above

Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Ozark Trail Men's Bronte Hiking Shoe

rated 4 of 5 stars Inexpensive boots that you can winterize Ozark Trail Men's Bronte Hiking Shoe After 5 years of almost daily use in all weather, these inexpensive boots just keep going. They fit comfortably and after sealing with SNO-SEAL and replacing the laces with longer laces, these boots work very well. They are light and you can get micro spikes on and off them easily. Not insulated, but I use them all winter except when the snow is very deep. They don't have aggressive VIBRAM soles and I would not use these… Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II

rated 5 of 5 stars Great overall day hike shoe , with a lite pack. I have EE wide foot and usually go 1/2 size up to accommodate my wide foot with a medium or heavy merino sock. Exactly what I did with this shoe, and it's still a bit big. Very durable. And I've abused them.   waterproof in lite trail water. I love these shoes , it's like they're made for my Flintstone feet. My go to shoes for 15 miles or less hike Full review

GoLite Footwear Women's Lime Lite

rated 5 of 5 stars The grippy sole is very reliable when scrambling up an escarpment or skipping across wet river rocks. The outer leather was extremely durable and weathered many temperatures. I'm looking to buy a second pair before my first are no longer usable. I've owned these shoes for 5 years and have worn them hiking, shoveling snow, crossing rivers, scrambling up lose rocks, and day to day nature walks. They are comfortable and reliable once they've been broken-in. They've recently proven themselves on a rainy… Full review

Merrell Chameleon II Traveler

rated 5 of 5 stars The best pair of shoes I have ever owned! Hands down the best pair of shoes I have ever owned! I wore these shoes every day for three years while working in a busy ski resort office. Shoe has enough style and simplicity that it was suitable for office wear and the durability to let me stand in the snow for long periods of time while keeping my toes toasty. I still give them an annual seal before winter and wear them as often as possible. Seven years on they are still my go-to piece of footwear for… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Ventilator

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable shoes. Have put over 1,200 miles of trail hiking in them and not one blister. Blisters were the downfall of me. They dry very fast also. Will stick with them when I do the JMT and then the PCT. Full review

Oboz Women's Sawtooth Low BDry

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Oboz Sawtooth hiking boot is comfortable, has a roomy toe box and stable platform, and is waterproof. For hiking in winter conditions, as well as damp environments in spring and summer, this boot delivers excellent performance. Because waterproof boots are, by design, less breathable than a non-waterproof boot, extra attention should be paid to the feet to avoid blisters. The Oboz Sawtooth hiking boot is a beefy hiking boot in a compact package. I’ve been testing the boots all winter and there… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Gore-Tex XCR

rated 2 of 5 stars Comfy and dry but ZERO traction on wet surfaces. I have now had the Merrell Moab Gore-tex shoes for over two months and the toe box is too narrow for my left "duck" foot even though I bought a pair that is 1.5 sizes too large. The worst problem is the lack of traction on wet surfaces. I visit a training area every fortnight that consists of 900+ irregular steps and several long pathways through a forest. With the recent poor weather, I tried the Merrell shoes to keep my feet dry—what a huge mistake—I… Full review

Vasque Men's Breeze 2.0 Low GTX

rated 3 of 5 stars The Vasque Breeze 2.0 GTX is a very comfortable sport shoe best suited for hiking and lightweight backpacking. This is 4-star comfort with 2.5-star durability, but it fits the niche I need: a low-top hybrid boot/shoe that accepts my custom orthotics and wears comfortably out of the box. I've been using these since mid-2015 and just bought the third pair.                                                    [click picture to enlarge] About the shoe:… Full review

Columbia Men's Trail Meister

rated 2 of 5 stars Not a comfortable shoe overall. It's narrow and build quality is lacking. I thought I was getting a quality pair (for its name). I was wrong. Full review