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rated 4 of 5 stars Owned Vasque boots for about 20 years. This version takes some time to break in, just like my old pair, and is waterproof to the point where I stood in 50-degree water for 20 minutes fishing with them and was comfortable and dry. I have wide feet and this pair took longer to break in. The soles on my pair have worn out to the point that the plastic layer beneath has been exposed, after only a few years. My original pair were so comfortable that instead of getting a new pair, I had them re-soled. Full review

Scree 2.0 Low UltraDry

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Vasque Scree 2.0 Low UltraDry hiking shoe is a great shoe for anyone who prefers a low-cut hiking shoe yet wants the sturdiness and protection of a heavier boot underfoot. These shoes, an exclusive to REI, feature “UltraDry membrane” to provide breathability while keeping water out. I rated them 4 1/2 stars due to their durability and protection of the feet once broken in, subtracting the half point for the toe box design and lengthy break-in period. BACKGROUND INFO & TESTING CONDITIONS… Full review

Breeze 2.0 GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Great any-season boots that fit well. Fit: I have oddly sized feet and these boots accommodate my feet extremely well, no chaffing or blisters. A common issue for most however is that the toe box is too narrow. Comfort: These boots wore well from the first time I put them on and have not suffered from prolonged use. Support: I like to have a boot with lots of ankle support and this boot offers such without chaffing as I am accustomed to. Water Resistance: The only time my feet have gotten wet from… Full review

Sundowner GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars For 20 years my only footwear except for thongs. Even the Chinese built are still really good, admittedly not as good as before, but what are you going to do? I have only had these boots since 1990, before then I had a pair and then tried an Asolo and a Merrell.  But I came back and have not strayed since. Each pair lasts 4-8 years, this is my only footwear except thongs. I wear them around my farm and do not lace them up in the AM for morning feedings, just tuck the laces in. I also wear them… Full review

Talus UltraDry

rated 4 of 5 stars Great mid height boot. Comfortable right out of the box. These boots are great for moderate hikes with light loads. I live here in Utah and have used these in Moab and the mountains. They had great grip on the rocks and slippery stone in Moab. They were breathable enough for day hikes in the summer. I have walked through streams and they kept my feet dry. They're not a tall boot so you just have to be careful. They have a sturdy sole, but on rocky trails you start to feel the rocks after too long. Full review

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