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Snowburban UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars I purchased these boots when I realized that my low-hikers, despite applications of chemical waterproofing, were definitely not going to keep my feet dry on winter hikes, snowshoeing, and during slushy spring hikes. I decided to splurge, and shell out the bucks for these boots, and I am extremely satisfied...they are great boots, and well worth the investment (though at first the name "Snowburban" put me off...sounded too much like suburban!). I purchased these boots just over a year ago, so they… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I bought a pair in 1987. I got WIDEs. They are in my opinion "the best" boot. They broke in with no blisters and were tough as nails. Solid heavy boot. I wore the soles out way before the boot and the resole job was not done well and they were never the same. If I could get another pair I would go for it tomorrow at any cost. I moved to other Vasque products over the years and they were OK with the early Sundowners, but over the years like everyone else in this world they moved to cheap materials,… Full review

Wasatch GTX

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Bought these boots after extensive research. Apparently Vasque has dropped the ball regarding Chinese Quality Control of products. Had catastrophic sole failure at ball of foot on both boots after several years of day hikes. Not impressed due to fact that other Vasque products over the years have been superior products. The boots fitted well and provided great ankle support over moderate terrain. The break-in period was minimal and there were no blisters. However, I found that gaiters were necessary… Full review

Scree 2.0 Mid UltraDry

rated 3.5 of 5 stars My first pair of hiking boots. After 2x250 km walks at 22kms per day they still look good all over and under. But they feel a bit heavy and I got big heel blisters on both trips. They don't feel well cushioned underneath. On one-day hikes I have had no problem. They're just a little heavy. Really easy to get on and off and fantastic grip underfoot. And they look good. But plenty of blisters no matter what socks I wore on longer trips. Especially on the heels. Full review

Breeze 2.0 GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Good fit for smaller feet, waterproof, sturdy and lightweight. No break-in required. Used them on many 10 milers with Scout Troop. Have used same pair for 5 years with many miles on them by hiking and daily wear. Tried other brands but for me I will stick with Vasque. Full review

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