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rated 5 of 5 stars This is my second pair of these boots. They require new soles every once in a while but are otherwise bomb-proof and work well with crampons. While you can use running shoes on well-worn hiking trails, these boots are good for rugged off-trail and winter backpacking in rocky terrain. I saw some people looking for this boot. As I understand it, Vasque was the exclusive distributor for Gronell until sales of this product dropped off for the cheaper / lighter boots in the late '90s. These boots go… Full review


rated 1.5 of 5 stars Great at first, but didn't last! The boots fit well and were great—the first two times I wore them. I wore them on a 14-mile hike last weekend and the sole literally fell off one of the boots. It started to come off the back of the second boot, too. I hiked over two hours on a boot without a rubber sole! Full review

Snowburban UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Best all around winter boot I ever owned. Comfortable, not too hot with indoor use. Great grip and look halfway decent even in dress pants. AND, they are the perfect snowshoe boots. I've had these Snowburbans for four years and they replaced some LL Bean Wildcats. The Wildcats are warm and comfy, but big and bulky, made to put one when you go out and take off when you come in. The Wildcats work for snowblowing nowadays, but your feet will cook in them and you tend to clomp around in them. In comparison,… Full review

Breeze 3.0

rated 2.5 of 5 stars The Vasque Breeze III mid hiking boot is a sturdy, protective boot that is best used for hiking and backpacking in temperate and dry conditions. The ventilation features are a key element to the design of the shoe, but this shoe is only slightly more breathable than a Goretex or waterproof variety and runs warm on the trail. Fit and Comfort Having previously backpacked with a similar version of this shoe, the Vasque Breeze 2.0 Mid GTX, I was hoping the fit and comfort factor would be similar, and… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I purchased a pair of Vasque Montana boots in 1972 and had them for over 20 years. In fact when I moved to Texas in 2003 I still had them. I purchased a pair of Vasque Montana boots in 1972 and had them for over 20 years. In fact when I moved to Texas in 2003 I still had them. If comfort is was your thing, these boots molded the die and fit like a glove and never caused me any pain. I called them my shit kickers because I used them in every condition and walked most of California with them, eight… Full review

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