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rated 4.5 of 5 stars Approach shoes are trail hikers that are also intended for diversions such as easier rock climbs and scrambling that require good traction, a secure fit, and durability. The Granite, with men's and women's versions, meets those needs with a comfortable, stable shoe built on a last that is best for people whose feet are wider at the ball of the foot. Some useful features include speed laces that run all the way to the toes, a reinforced toe area, and sticky high-traction soles. This mostly full-leather… Full review

Assault GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Good snug fit for ascending or descending. They are not comfortable like a running shoe, but not unformfortable either. Very good stability running down rocky/boulder strewn trails. Sheds moisture / snow. Great for hikes of varying temperature; so far 15°F to 60°F. Good grip on snow or rock. I recommend them. Boots fit snug but do not cause pressure points that least not after sub-10 mile hikes. Laces work well and do not slip. They definitely form to your foot. They almost feel like… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Great shoes! Very light and durable I am a 30-years-old woman, and I live in California. This is my first time trying Treksta shoes, and I am so impressed by its quality and comfort! This was definitely eye opening experience for me. Boa system is great and the fit of the shoes is perfect. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Fantastic and versatile sandals. These sandals rock! They look great — very shoe-like if you just glance at them. They have great traction and are very comfortable.  Sizing is spot-on — I usually wear 11 and got 11 1/2 in these because that was the only size available at a great sale price. The 11 1/2 is actually a little looser than I would have preferred, so sizing is accurate and no need to size up or down.  Construction is great. I've had mine over a year, have worn them frequently, and… Full review


rated 3 of 5 stars Intriguing shoe. The materials appear to be of excellent quality and the workmanship appears to be top-notch. No complaints there.  Overall I find them to be a bit too burly/clunky for actual trail running... but pretty decent as trail hiking shoes. They are definitely not like other shoes that I consider serious trail running shoes like Montrail Mountain Masochist, Salomon XA, and others. These are all a bit lighter, more flexible, more nimble, differently designed, than the Treksta Sidewinder. Full review

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