Trail Shoes






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

Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 4 of 5 stars I have been using these boots for four winters now and have put many Km on them over various surfaces. I have used these boots for four seasons now and unlike other reviewers, I love them. They have served me well and seem to have lots of miles left in them, knock on wood. They fit well and are very comfortable. The main problem I have had is keeping the laces from coming undone and now just habitually tie them in double bows to prevent this. I previously used Columbia Bugaboots, but after two… Full review

Keen Men's Targhee II

rated 3 of 5 stars I've really wanted to love these shoes...but just can't. I've owned a pair of these boots for about four years now, and I've really wanted to love them, but I just can't. I tried on a pair of the Targhee II Mid boots size 11 in a store, and really like the fit and comfort, especially the wide toebox. But, I wanted the low shoe version and the store didn't have any. So, I ordered the low shoe version online, size 11.  However, when they arrived they just weren't as comfortable. First, the heel cup… Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Bought a pair of hiking/walking shoes about 2 or 3 years ago. About a year or so ago the inside top of each boot started to tear. It is not from rubbing them together as I checked that out. They have had what I would call "low" usage. It is not the laces, which also are suffering separation of the outer lace covering from the internal part. Full review

Tredagain Claystone

rated 5 of 5 stars The Tredagain Claystone offers quality construction, sturdy to the touch, thick but supple leather, and a comfortable, cradling fit! As I open the box and remove the Tredagain Claystone boots, the leather upper gives a combination of an aged, distressed appearance. Tredagain describes it as a full-grain waxed upper. I find the classic moccasin toe of the Claystone model attractive and stylish. Tredagain branded the Claystone an Oxford, but I would describe it more as a "chukka" boot.As the member… Full review

Oboz Luna Low

rated 4 of 5 stars Supportive and wear well. Fit and Comfort:I purchased these shoes specifically because they have good arch support. They do, and I am very pleased with them in that regard. These are soft shoes, and do not require being broken in. One of my little toes starts to rub after a day or so, but I think that's my toe, not the shoes. They fit a bit better after I played with the lacing, dispensing with the extra middle loop for the laces at the toe. Support:Very good foot support. I have bad arches and… Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 0.5 of 5 stars The boots initially were exactly what I expected, great for wet snow. I only ever wore them in snow. I got them out last year and found the outer molded shell uppers were cracking and splitting in all the points that flex when you walk and the triple sewn skirt between the upper and the lace eyelets were separating from the upper shell. I called Merrell about the performance of these $100 plus boots to see if they would do anything about it and Dave in customer service said "No. Product is outside… Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I bought these 3.5 years ago to use on occasional fishing and hunting trips. After limited use and storing them clean and dry in a dark closet, the tops just completely disintegrated. I feel like I got very limited use from these before they completely fell apart. I needed waterproof boots for cold weather fishing trips and very limited hunting—five or six trips per year. When I purchased these, I was happy with them. They filled the bill of being pretty comfortable boots I could wear in wet conditions… Full review

Merrell Kopec Hiking Shoes

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the most comfortable and sure fitting hiking shoe that I have used on the AT. No slippage at the heel and the comfort is above any other shoe or boot I have used. I purchased these shoes by Merrell to continue my hiking of the Appalachian Trail this year. Once on the trail, I was so amazed with the comfort and fit of the shoe. There was no slippage of the heel as I moved along the uneven trail caused by numerous rocks and roots. This was so important to prevent blisters which can slow down… Full review

Hi-Tec Men's MultiTerra Low

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Six months wear of MultiTerra Low boots and the soles fell off. A very comfortable boot but what's the point of buying them if down the road/trail the damn soles drop off (carry a spare pair or a roll of duct tape). Shoe looked like it was well made, fitted well, and was comfortable to wear. Good design let down by poor construction. Soles glued to the uppers; poor glue quality, or poor workmanship or maybe a bit of both. So disappointed to think I had found a good make of shoe and to have them… Full review