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I used them only a few times for backpacking and they…

Rating: rated 1 of 5 stars

I used them only a few times for backpacking and they seemed to be okay. Didn't hike for a while and then used them for a day trip on non-rough terrain and the upper separated from the bottoms! One boot went first and then on the same trip the 2nd one went. Had to use electrical tape to get through the day.

Apparently the glue does not hold the boots together. Would never buy this brand again. These were not cheap boots either.


Very Interesting. I had an identical experience. Used a few times, sat in my heated camping storage area except when used for winter local walks, and had the left shoe separate at the toe back to the arch during a hike on a mountain road. These boots have had very little use, the tread is barely worn. I won't buy this brand again.

7 years ago

rated 3.00 of 5 stars All Moraine versions

In addition to the 1 women's review above, there are 30 reviews for other versions of the Moraine. Read all reviews »

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One Sport Women's Moraine


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