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
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 hurt...at 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
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
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
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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