Trail Shoes






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

Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Keen Women's Targhee II

rated 3 of 5 stars Good looking hiking shoe that is great for every day, but my ankle was killed on my last hike. I had been shopping for a new pair of hiking shoes and decided on this pair about two months ago. I usually wear an 8 1/2 and sometimes 9, but ended up with the 8 1/2. I was about to buy them at REI, but they were out of stock and ended up getting them on Amazon. I wore them around all day for a week in town, long walks, and easy hikes to break them in. I really do not believe that they really needed to… Full review

Vasque Women's Breeze Low GTX XCR

rated 2 of 5 stars Did they change the shape of the Breeze?? Used to be painful. I had the old Vasque Breeze GTX low hikers for years and adored them! But something has changed about this boot. The toe box seems to be narrower than it used to be, and I almost immediately developed blisters on my pinky toes on both feet, plus had hot spots developing on my medial big toes. This wasn't after a long backpacking adventure...just a little 6 kilometre outing! The fit through the heel was fine, but my toes,… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Solid shoe great support. Walking through wet grass and waterproofing held up. You will give up breathability to get waterproof, but if that is what you are looking for you won't go wrong with the Moab. I was breaking them in during a house move and wore them all day. Very comfortable and saved my feet and legs from strain in a way only good boots can. They do run about 1/2 size small, so make sure to try them on. Full review

John Calden Boots Mountain Shoe

rated 5 of 5 stars Highly Satisfied. I wear the shoes any time I have to be on my feet for extended periods of time. They are not at all fashionable, but they are the most comfortable walking shoes I have ever owned. I have sold mountaineering footwear. I have owned excellent hiking and mountaineering boots, including Pivetta, Raichle, and Lowa. John's boots fit and feel better than any boots I have ever worn. Full review

Merrell Men's Proterra Sport

rated 4 of 5 stars An excellent lightweight, minimalist styled hiking shoe from Merrell. The combination of great design, high quality materials, and sound construction have resulted in a very comfortable and surprisingly durable outdoor shoe. A great option for anyone wanting to go faster and lighter over demanding terrain, but equally feasible for someone simply looking for an attractive, but understated outdoors shoe for city use with the occasional forays into the trail. Details from the manufacturer (I have highlighted… Full review

The North Face Men's Havoc Shoe

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Comfortable and practical, but soles appear to be a bit soft. I use trail/approach shoes almost every day. Basically I get a black/grey pair and use them for work and about town 4 or 5 days every week, so they get a lot of action. These are comfortable uppers and the sole gives enough stiffness/support for a lot of walking. They seem to be waterproof and despite a slightly plastic appearance they breath pretty well. I don't get too hot and sweaty in them. My main issue is that the sole seems to… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Ventilator

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Comfortable hiking shoes. Vibram rubber soles give these shoes excellent grip. Breathable membranes sacrifice water-resistance. Size: Men's 9 Color : Walnut Primary Use: Hiking I have owned my Merrells for a little over a year and I love them. They are my go-to hiking shoes. They pretty much felt broken in after the first couple 5-mile hikes I wore them on. They have been just as comfortable for my 15-mile weekend hikes as well, but I have not yet worn them for 30+ miles at a time yet. My feet sweat… Full review

Keen Women's Targhee II

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The Vibram sole adds stability and comfort on long hikes. Feet felt good after 20 miles. The Vibram sole adds stability and comfort. Made for a medium width foot. If you have a narrow foot, these shoes are not for you. Full review

Columbia Men's Northbend

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very light and comfortable. Your foot does not seem to shift within them at all. The shoe fits amazingly well. Not too tight, not too loose. Just right. Out of the box, NO break-in was needed. NO friction chafing, etc. Support is fine. Traction seems to be more than adequate although I was walking on flat trails, here in Fla. I am using in 90+ degree heat and humidity and my feet did not get overly hot and barely sweated. I've had them about a month and also wear them to work as they look nice enough… Full review