A solid, full leather boot built to handle rugged terrain. German made from the original Limmer lasts. Heavy duty construction along with amazing comfort. Great for off trail or trails that don't look like trails. Fresh out of the box! Wonderful to the nose, but a horror to the feet. A Little History:The Limmers have been making boots for generations, starting in Germany. Peter Limmer Sr learned the skill there and then moved to the Boston area. Later he moved… Full review
Great boots, lighter than other Limmers but nubuck leather gets cut up by trail rocks. Not for rough mountain trails—for those choose Midweight or Standard. Have used many leather mountain boots. Even the Standard weight Limmers are light by old school standards (compared to Galibier Super Guides etc). The Standard and even the Midweight are great, provide support that more modern boots often don’t. This ultralight is similar—same support—but won’t hold up to cuts and isn’t that much… Full review
Bought boots off shelf. Horrible. Big waste of money, low tech and ugly. If you can get acclimated to a daily beating these boots are perfect. Don’t do it. Full review
Heavy duty, will eventually conform to your feet, may outlast the wearer. I have over 500 GPS miles on these boots, including the 110-mile Tour de Mont Blanc. When you are out in the middle of nowhere, you don't want your GoreTex booties to rip, or your glues to unbind, or whatever miracle material du jour letting go. I am 61, and old school on many things. If you are going from your Lexus to spend a few hours on the trail all plugged in to your fitbit and iPhone...these are quite heavy, and… Full review
Well constructed full leather boot for anyone willing to make an investment in a boot that will last decades. Perfect for hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing, or any activity in which support and traction are important. I received my Limmer Standards as a gift towards the end of 2013 and have had them on my feet for most of the time since then. Comfort and Fit: Like any New Hampshire relationship, it takes a long time for Limmers to become comfortable with your feet. But with steady determination… Full review
Limmer Boot, Inc. sells several models of off-the-shelf hiking boots. For Limmer custom-made boots, see Peter Limmer & Sons.