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Snowblime UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars I would recommend them. Very comfortable shoe from the first wearing. The toe box is generous, the size is true, and they keep my feet warm and dry all day. Full review

Clarion GTX

rated 2 of 5 stars Purchased these in 2010. 5 stars until yesterday during Hurricane Florence, both soles split apart. Boots have had very light duty—no overnight trips—and now I find in other reviews this is a common problem! Almost wore them on difficult NC mountain hike last week. Glad I wore my Raptors! Will not replace with Vasque. I would have rated these five stars for fit, comfort, support, water tight, and stability on all surfaces. However with both soles falling apart while walking and clearing drains… Full review

Breeze 3.0

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great boot for summer hot weather hikes. I have the Breeze 3 and also the Goretex version. There is no comparison as the Breeze 3 breaths much better than the Goretex version. I wear a size 13 1/2 so I use a 14 in all hiking boots. For me the fit is great. I don't find the Breeze 3 hot at all but the Gortex version is. I have several hiking and mountaineering boots. The Breeze is great for day hikes, but I wouldn't use it for packing in the Sierras high country. Full review

Boot Box

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This box is perfect for folks looking for a corrugated fiber, rectangular paralellopiped, storage solution. Great at home, but really excels in the field. Light and somewhat squishable, yet solid enough to protect vital gear such as stoves and donuts. The Vasque Boot Box system is a simple, yet versatile and useful tool. By folding sheets of corrugated paper into a rectangular shape which includes a fold back lid, they have created a rectangular storage space they call a Box.  Capacity: With interior… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars This is my second pair of these boots. They require new soles every once in a while but are otherwise bomb-proof and work well with crampons. While you can use running shoes on well-worn hiking trails, these boots are good for rugged off-trail and winter backpacking in rocky terrain. I saw some people looking for this boot. As I understand it, Vasque was the exclusive distributor for Gronell until sales of this product dropped off for the cheaper / lighter boots in the late '90s. These boots go… Full review

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