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Meindl Bergell MFS Hiker

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
photo: Meindl Bergell MFS Hiker hiking boot

I love the Vibram sole and rubber above the sole for extra waterproofing. A very high quality product at a fair price. IMHO


  • Well made with few exposed threads on the outside that save them from prairie grass.
  • Quality Vibram sole and speed lacing


  • Does not have the cork footbed the Cabela’s Meindl Hikers have as they are ultra comfortable as they mold to your foot.

I have had them for about 4 months and hiked in Lowa in the snow in 0°F weather and my feet never did get cold even though they’re uninsulated boots.  I like the Vibram sole and rubber above the sole, and waterproofing has been 100% so far.  

Longest day hike so far is 6 miles recovering from a knee injury and my feet felt great no soreness or blisters. I do go through prairie grass here in Iowa and with little exposed thread they hold up excellent. Just FYI I have had several other brands come apart in less that 9 days from prairie grass and I’m talking about $200-300 boots.  



I have used Danner, Cabela’s, Rocky, Browning, Redwing.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $320

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Price MSRP: $320.00
Reviewers Paid: $320.00
Height 7 in
Weight 3.55 lbs per pair
U.S. Sizes 7-12, D Width only Half sizes to 12
Insulation Uninsulated
Flex-Use Rating B
Lace Length 84 in
Resolable Yes
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