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Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Adidas Men's Terrex Fast X GTX

rated 3 of 5 stars Well-constructed shoe, Gortex lined, fits well through the foot except the heel slips when walking. I bought these after reading numerous online reviews. I have a narrow foot and many reviewers stated that these shoes ran narrow. Well, they fit my feet perfectly except that the heels slip when I walk. I even tried thicker socks and that didn't help. Maybe Terrex mids would stop the heels from slipping? Full review

Merrell Men's Reflex

rated 5 of 5 stars Super soft and comfy—not ideal for seriously rocky conditions. Brilliant for general use and walking the dog. I absolutely love these shoes. Recommended.                                  (18 years old - Now allowed to buy their own beer!)Really disappointed, I have only had these shoes for 18 years and they are now coming apart at the toe, and the sole has completely worn down. If I could remember where I bought them, I'd demand my money back. Glad I bought two… Full review

Oboz Women's Sawtooth Low BDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Waterproof, extremely comfortable, hiking sneaker. Great traction; good arch support for high arches; wide foot-bed for toes and mid-foot areas. Highly recommend. The Oboz Sawtooth Low BDry hiking sneaker is waterproof, extremely comfortable, and durable. I've owned mine for five months. Purchased for a trip to Tanzania which included a day hike on Kilimanjaro and hikes in the allowed areas in National Parks. I wore every day, all day, for 18 days on that trip, and my feet never hurt. At home, I… Full review

Merrell Men's Grassbow Air

rated 5 of 5 stars My knees get tired long before my feet do with these shoes on. Fit This shoe fits me like a glove. Err... not like a Vibram, but seriously I couldn't ask for a better fit. Comfort I brought these home from the store and walked off into the woods thinking I'd walk a couple of miles to start breaking it in. I ended up walking seven miles. And my feet felt fantastic at the end. No break-in was needed. No chaffing. No pressure points. I've got over 200 miles on these now and since they are a low shoe… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Ventilator

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I wore these on the Camino, from Le Puy en Velay to Finesterre — put over 1,000 miles on them and only had problems (sore balls of my feet) near the beginning and near the end, which was no fault of the shoes. I picked these out after trying on a multitude of shoes. Had to replace the liners twice, in probably 800 miles. I bought them 1 1/2 sizes too big to allow for feet swelling and double socks. When I got back I gave them to my husband and he has been wearing them since, for two years, with… Full review

Vasque Men's Mantra 2.0

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This really is a superior product. A bit pricey compared to other trail/street crossover trail shoes, but I think they are worth the slightly higher cost. Mine have held up surprisingly well. The soles on mine are now worn out, but this is after a couple of years of steady use. If you are a comparison shopper, and can't decide between the Vasques and another brand, consider going with the Vasques. There are lots of crossover hikers/street shoes on the market. I consider the men's Mantra 2.0 hiking… Full review

Ozark Trail Shoe

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I bought these six months ago. The sole has a hole clear through! Bought at Walmart and they are JUNK! These shoes are horrible! I want to contact the manufacturer, but I can't find out where they are of who manufactured them. For the price of 40 dollars I expect at least three to four years of wear. I don't wear them every day. This is what I don't understand!!!!! Full review

Keen Men's Koven

rated 5 of 5 stars For shoes fit for extreme trail walking at a moderate cost look no further than the Keen Koven hiking shoe. Having worn out a pair of expensive trail shoes in a couple of months I had to shop for some replacements. Having seen a number of specialist shops with little to fit my shortened feet (Frostbite rebuild) a delightful young lady suggested some Keen shoes: "They're wide and they are on special at under half price." I tried them, took a size larger and Wallah! just like carpet slippers, wonderful… Full review

Salomon Evasion CS WP

rated 4 of 5 stars These were on sale for C$95+tax at Atmosphere (Canada) and I needed a pair of trail shoes that would be fine for road walking. These are the largest size (11 US) I've ever bought, as they must fit on small side but very comfortable on trails and roads. Waterproofing does well and grip is good. Comfortable right out the box. No problems with heel-slipping or pressure points. Grippy sole with deep cleats and slipping was never a problem on trails, but likely not built for rock climbing. Full review

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