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Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

AKU Tribute Suede GTX

rated 3 of 5 stars I have the suede version. It's an OK boot, no major complaints, just not very thrilling. These are the suede GTX Tributes. I bought these Tributes to temporarily replace my AKU Zeniths, which I love, and need resoling. I like what AKU is trying to do, and would like to give them a few chances. First, the soft suede feels nice around the ankle, and also gives very little stability. I rolled my ankle several times while rockhopping up some talus recently. They also look good in public. The footbed… Full review

Lowa Camino GTX

rated 2 of 5 stars My son is currently on a trail in Iceland. He wore these for three hours. It rained and he walked in ice slush. The toe box leaked and they are completely soaked. Stranded in Iceland. Really poor quality. Poor quality and not as advertised durably waterproof for inclement weather. Did not stand up to rain or walking in snow three hours without leaking in the boxes. Completely saturated. Full review

Oboz Men's Wind River III Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Wind River III is a beast of a boot. Rough terrain, lousy weather, large person looking for extra support, and/or toting a heavy pack? This could be a good choice. It feels solid and well-protected from the ground and has a full, above-the-ankle fit. Traction is great thanks to a very aggressive tread pattern, and they have proved to be fully waterproof. It’s a lot of boot at over three pounds per pair and stiffened by a solid midsole and partial shank. If you like lighter and more flexible… Full review

Ozark Trail Men's Hikers

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I am not a fan of Walmart; I have purchased OT equipment for camping like mantles for Coleman lanterns, etc. even the coolers are much cheaper than Yeti. I used to hike in rugged country in Washington and have always preferred Hi-Tec (they have cheapened quality over the years). I am in Texas now, not much for hiking in flat lands, but I was told about these hiking boots (not as popular as cowboy boots around here), but they were $5 discount rack. I do not even think they make these anymore, very… Full review

Timberland Men's White Ledge Mid Waterproof

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Comfortable and durable boot with average grip. I used these boots on and off for about five years for hiking in different environments ranging from well maintained trails to harsh desert bushwacking. The uppers are pretty durable and waterproof. The outsole tends to accumulate a lot of mud though, and even when dry, I struggled getting grip in loose dirt. Slick rock was also a problem, especially when wet. Waterproofing is great, never had any water come in until the midsole started delaminating… Full review

Ozark Trail Men's Hikers

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The boots are very durable and comfortable. I've had them for seven months and they're awesome. Great boots for anyone. Full review

Adidas Men's Terrex Swift R Mid GTX

rated 4 of 5 stars Excellent all-around hiking and trail running shoes. Very rugged, yet comfortable. I bought these shoes to make the transition between hiking boots and trail runners as I lowered my pack weight. Adidas is not that popular in the hiking scene, but being a product designer, I saw many attractive features, so I decided to pull the trigger when I found a good deal on them. The outsole lugs and rubber compound provide excellent grip on all surfaces, except wet, smooth rock. The traction does diminish… Full review

Asolo Flame GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars My favorite boots ever. I haven't worn a million pairs of hiking boots and I would say I am a rare hiker...maybe 5-10 times a year, but I wear these boots all the time and have had them for six years and they still feel great and the sole is in good shape. I'm retiring this pair to yardwork detail and am looking to buy a new pair of them on Sierra Trading Post for $150. They leaked on me one time when I was at Acadia and it was raining on me for hours and hours. Full review

Keen Men's Targhee EXP Waterproof Mid

rated 3 of 5 stars A well-constructed boot that is comfortable with a little break in, and supportive with good traction. The waterproof claim seems good for normal recreational, use but in constant water or snow, dampness seeps in. Overall a good boot at a better price point than many similar sturdy boots. Specifications Size 11.5 Weight (spec): 18.3 oz (each boot), 36.6 oz (total) Weight (my scale): 18.9 oz (after some use, so minor dirt included) Design This new model of the popular Keen Targhee is comprised of… Full review

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