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Scree 2.0 Low UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Durable, waterproof, great foot support, for variety of conditions. Model 2011. So far, the best and most durable shoes/boots I ever had. I am a fan of Vasque in general, and, once I bought Wasatch (higher boots) for summer hikes, I left the domain of blisters for good. So, they are good, but these turned out to be more durable. Some years of Wasatch had issues with sole of the shoe handling sharp rocks, scree and talus in Colorado. Sole on Scree just goes through it all, and outlasted Wasatch. Full review


rated 2 of 5 stars Soles rot. Soles fell off/apart after about three years of moderate use. Had soles replaced and now doing the same again. Have to revert to 43-year-old Red Wings which show no sign of sole failure and have had heavy heavy use. The Vasques are more comfortable on the feet and have Gore Tex=dry, but the sole failure is very bad. First time it happened caught by total surprise as ankle kept trying to angle funny. Caused to inspect and had simply oxidized to crumbly failure in many places esp. in the… Full review

Breeze 2.0 Mid GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars I love these boots for several reasons. The #1 reason would have to be the ankle support. The #2 would have to be the suction like grip on the luggy soles. Let me start off by saying that these are the first hikers I've purchased since I broke my ankle in February '15. Anyone out there that has had the unfortunate experience of a severe ankle injury knows... once you heal, ankle support is a huge deal. And the support in these boots is excellent. I broke three bones, and tore a tendon on top of… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Rejoice everyone! Vasque has finally heard us! The Sundowner is BACK! I have been wearing Vasque boots since I mowed grass all summer long to buy a pair of Montanas back in 1983. I bought my first Sundowners in 1992 and they lasted 15 glorious years. My last pair of Sundowners was bought about 4 years ago and it was my first experience with the Chinese boot. I was very saddly dissapointed with the fit and feel of them. I didn't wear them long enough to experience any of the quality issues most complain… Full review

Talus Trek Mid UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars From day 1 the Vasque Talus Trek Mid UltraDry fit and felt like I had been wearing them and they were fitted to my feet. I have worn them on steep terrain with various conditions and have yet to have any problem with traction, even on loose gravel. The speed laces work well, but standard laces are also provided in case you don't like the speed laces.  Very well made and extremely comfortable right out of the box.   Full review

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