Trail Shoes






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Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

AKU Bellamont Suede

rated 4 of 5 stars The shoes are solid, well made, and can handle a lot more than they are designed for. I used them to carry packs off-trail in scary steep terrain as well as around town. The shoe is very lightweight, but has a solid Vibram sole underneath, giving it the ability to multi-task. It could use more support for super heavy loads, but again, it is not designed for that. Buy this shoe if you want something lightweight to wear around that can handle those last minute trips to the trail. This shoe might… Full review

Merrell Intercept Gore-Tex

rated 5 of 5 stars Best shoe I've ever owned. Runs about a half size small. I normally wear 10 but 10.5 in this is perfect. Holds up really well and looks good. So comfortable. Has a high arch so my feet never hurt and a lot of my back pain was relieved. I thinks it's a good looking shoe that I wear hiking and casually. Since they've been discontinued I buy old stock online and usually have 2 or 3 pairs on hand. Merrell makes a quality product for sure. Full review

The North Face Men's Hedgehog Fastpack Gore-Tex

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Excellent waterproof hiker. I needed sneakers to traipse through the grass when I walk my dog and stay dry. Hedgehog FastPack filled the bill. Not only that, on our occasional trips over rock walls and steep hills excellent traction. They are comfortable and fit my size 10 feet perfectly. Full review

Merrell Women's Moab Ventilator

rated 5 of 5 stars I have very flat feet. I've tried inserts and specialty shoes. These are the best I've found hands down. Great support and style that I wear out as often as I do on the trail. Short of custom made orthotics, I've tried everything I can think of to help my flat feet, but still my left ankle would swell and lock. Inserts, different styles and brands of shoes, you name it. A friend recommended these and I've logged more miles in them than any shoe in a long time with more comfort, indoors and on the… Full review

Ahnu Sugarpine Shoe

rated 5 of 5 stars Super comfortable, lightweight, and durable hiking shoes. First off, these are super comfortable! I wanted a shoe for trails where you don’t need a full-on hiking boot, but I need more than tennies. These are perfect. I really didn’t need to break them in at all — 10 mile hike the first day. They provided the extra support I wanted and are everything the manufacturer says: lightweight, durable, waterproof. I almost didn’t buy these as the clerk tried to steer me towards a different brand… Full review

Salomon Ellipse GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars A very comfortable shoe for on the trail and off. I have the GTX W model which is waterproof. I have been wearing these for a couple of months now. They are comfortable right out of the box and did not require any breaking in period. I have wide feet and need a large toe area and these give me plenty of breathing room without causing slop. Unlike other Salomon shoes that have a quick lace system, these have regular tie up laces. I was a bit relieved that they did not have the quick lace system since,… Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 5 of 5 stars I bought these. On the cheap. They have done a fine job of holding my weight. I don't like to run. Great for warm weather. It's like a sandal that doesn't slip off. Pebbles might get through their defenses, but what can you do? Awesome Dad shoes. Buy these. Full review

Vibram Women's FiveFingers TrekSport

rated 5 of 5 stars I have been wearing these for years. I'm on my sixth pair. The TrekSport is great for hiking. These have been great for my feet. Every other shoe I have owned has been uncomfortable. I have weird feet- shaped strange and super wide. I love these because they fit to the shape of my feet. Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 2.5 of 5 stars I would not recommend these shoes to anyone that needed to wear them more than a handful of times. I am not a hiker, but I purchased these shoes because I work around water and needed something waterproof. When I bought them I was very impressed with the comfort and look. These two qualities are the only reason I am not rating 1 star. These shoes lasted roughly two months before literally shredding apart. I have purchased cheap 20-30$ shoes that have lasted the same amount of time. Full review

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