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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

Keele Ridge Mid Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great quality for the price! I bought these for around $90 USD and I have been using them regularly for almost three years. Well made of durable materials, lightweight, comfortable, and waterproof up to the laces. Bought these before hiking Eagle Rock Loop in Arkansas. Reasonably priced, on sale for around $90. Fit great right out of the box, I bought size 13 which is my normal shoe size, formed to my foot quickly. I wore them for about two weeks to break them in before making the 30+ mile ERL… Full review

Britton Hill Plain-Toe Waterproof Boots

rated 4 of 5 stars Very stylish waterproof boot. Excellent traction on snow and ice. Timberland's Britton Hill Plain-Toe boot is just plain good looking. I have received more compliments on these boots than I can count. This 6-inch high waterproof leather boot features a waterproof membrane made of 50% PET (recycled plastic bottles) in addition to the waterproof leather uppers and full seam sealing. Breathability is enhanced with a 100% recycled plastic mesh lining. The Britton Hill boot comes with Timberland's… Full review

Chillberg Mid Shell-Toe Waterproof Boots

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These lightweight Chillberg Mid Shell-Toe winter boots by Timberland are perfect for hiking or just walking in snow, light mud, or wet terrain. They are well insulated, waterproof and comfortable. I recommend them for general use in the snowy outdoors. These boots fit beautifully. I wear a size 9 and the 9s fit true to size. No break-in needed. Wore them for 4 miles in Lake Tahoe on day one without issue. Loved the Primaloft insulation, which is 90% recycled material.   Warm and water resistant… Full review

Woodhaven Fleece-Lined Waterproof Boots

rated 5 of 5 stars These boots can be worn with the fleece top folded down or unfolded for higher coverage. They have a great tread on them so are good for walking in snow and mud. When not "off roading", they are very cute for city wear. They can tolerate cold and wet. I would recommend these boots for anyone who walks! I received these boots to review and was very happy with the fit. From experience, I knew to order a size larger. They are very comfortable. I walked a few miles through the forest after a light snow… Full review

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