#1276 Sierra soles, nitrile compound, made in MA,…
Source: I installed it over my Spira shoes myself.
#1276 Sierra soles, nitrile compound, made in MA, USA. I put these on my everyday walking shoes. Traction is good in snow and wet surfaces. Very durable soles.
- Long wearing. Nitrile is awesome for durability.
- Good traction in various weather conditions
- Heavier, denser in weight
Been using it for a year or so in my everyday shoes. Have not gone hiking in the mountains with these. I have used it over snow, ice, wet pavements. Durability and traction is excellent.
Of course, concerning ice, no soles are effective unless you have metal spikes or chains incorporated in it to break the ice.
Don't get a shoes without these! These are by far…
Source: bought it new
Don't get a shoes without these!
- Dries quickly
These are by far the best soles you can buy. I would never not have them on my hiking shoe. I have never had a blister with them or anything. They will leave your foot feeling great after a long day of hiking!
God awful, and a waste of money. Never again! I bought…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: GBP 80
God awful, and a waste of money. Never again!
- None at all.
- No grip,
- short lasting
I bought a pair of North Face walking boots 1 year ago with these Vibram soles and Goretex uppers for GBP 80. Fine, and comfortable when dry, but in the wet, hopeless.
I walk here on Dartmoor where we have quite a lot of cattle grids, and I'd have been safer on sheet ice. These soles ought to carry a health warning.
As for the uppers,well my feet get wet (funny kind of Goretex). The problem is that too much of this kit is being churned out in the Far East where it's cheap to produce with the inevitable result. It's tat.
I'm now back to my old trusty 10 yrs old European-made Berghaus.
Vibrams? YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
After decades of wearing Vibram soles for safety at…
Price Paid: $167 On sale
After decades of wearing Vibram soles for safety at work. A new pair of workboots with Vibram soles, no longer grip slick surfaces. What used to be the best safety soles I could find, are now DANGEROUS! Are they now made in China also? I'd appreciate a REFUND!
Vibram might last forever, but they are very slick…
Vibram might last forever, but they are very slick on rocks, both dry and wet. I can't understand Vibram and there material. What's good if your sole wears a lot time if the boot doesn't. To me it doesn't matter how long it wears if it ruins the hiking experience and is actually unsafe for the public.