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Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Patagonia Women's Drifter A/C

rated 5 of 5 stars Rugged lightweight shoe with gripping sole. Conditions: I have had this shoe for the past three years. I have hiked some rugged and muddy/wet parts of the Long Trail with 25-30 lbs on my back. This shoe is light but gives good support and is very comfortable for those of us with wider feet and narrow heels. I put the copper colored Superfeet footbed in mine and that has worked very well. Features: What I like most is that when I have inadvertently or unavoidably stepped in water or mud, the socks… Full review

Merrell Men's Reflex

rated 1.5 of 5 stars After two months of use — light hiking/walking the dog twice a day — the soles are wearing out. Heels and ball of the foot worn smooth. The rest of the shoe looks great and fits great... greatly disappointed in material quality. The shoes fit great right out of the box. Very comfortable for long walks (2-4 miles) on mostly flat terrain. After two months noticed the heel lugs were worn flat and through the sole and into heel support material. The ball of the foot on both shoes worn flat also. Full review

Hi-Tec Trail Blazer

rated 4 of 5 stars Very comfortable lightweight trail shoes with an aggressive tread that grips really well. A good value. A great lightweight trail shoe with an aggressive tread. I found these to be very comfortable and well made, and for the sale price I see them at, a very good deal. I would recommend them to a friend. Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Waterproof

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Not waterproof. Toes get wet just walking through dew on the grass. Overpriced, cheaply made. Chinese junk!!! Do not waste your hard earned money!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Returned second pair today. Both pair leaked by just walking in wet grass. Junk that cost me over $100. Should have known. Merrells are made in China probably for about $2. Stupid American beware!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I need to note that these shoes are not the Mid version. This shoe comes with Merrell's own brand of waterproof (or not) bootie. Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 2 of 5 stars Bought as part of the new season launch in October 2013 in UK. I paid £100 and they lasted nine months. Very disappointed. They were the second pair of Merrells I've purchased that have not even lasted a year. Won't be buying Merrell again. Spent a hefty sum for the men's Merrell Continuum shoes as I walk around 5-6 miles every day, so wanted a decent pair. Although very comfortable, they have only lasted nine months. The tread has worn away, the inside of both heels has split open and the lace… Full review

Hi-Tec Natal Low WP

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Junk fell apart. Sole separated at tip first week and continued to degrade from there. No use for them, very poor quality. Waste of money at any cost. Full review

Merrell Radius Waterproof

rated 5 of 5 stars Dry, great wear, good looking, good traction, it had everything. Why would they quit making them???? I want another pair and I want them NOW! Wake up, Merrell. This was a great shoe and should be reproduced…PLEASE???? Full review

Merrell Men's Continuum

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I think these shoes were designed without a practical purpose and purely for aesthetics. They're not as good as other water based adventure shoes out there, they are terrible trail shoes as dirt and sand flood into them, and the lacing system breaks rendering the shoes useless, and forget the idea that you can use them for track or the gym as the support required is absent. I'm an avid trail runner/ gym junkie/ fitness lunatic and live in Far Northern Australia which is abundant with trails in which… Full review

Teva Riva eVent

rated 4 of 5 stars From town to trail. These are my new multipurpose shoes. I wear these daily for work, and are the only shoes that I am sad to take off. My favorite hiking shoes. I've owned countless shoes and boots, including Merrell, Oboz, Salomon, etc., trying to find the "Right" pair. I wanted a "Do It All" shoe I could wear to work as well as take on long day hikes and overnight/weekend voyages. I'm on my second pair, due to sizing issues. Usually wear 11.5-12 in running shoes, tried the 11.5 at first, but… Full review

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