Rated 4 out of 5áby Jack Great boot
Great boots.They were easy to order and delivered within 5 days.Good fit,great support .
November 12, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby dac Very comfortable
I have the low wide version also. Both exhibit the same comfort with the boot adding stability around the ankle. Can't comment about the waterproof feature as I've not hiked in any wet weather yet. Only complaint is that the shoe laces always come loose. Need to double knot them to stay tied. Recommend the wide version, especially if you wear thick socks.
October 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby nocheapfreight Good shoe but could be better built
Great everyday shoe. I use these mostly at work, they did take about 1 month to get them broke in, but after that they've fit like a glove very comfortable. I use these mostly driving truck and I get into alot of flooded recieving pits and although my feet may feel damp they come out dry. I have only gotten wet feet when the water went over the top! I have had these shoes for 1 1/2 years and after 1 year had to reglue the soles around the front back on with shoe goo, which has held up well. Other than that the only other problem I would imporve on is the ventilation, driving truck these get very hot, so your feet will sweat in them. Not anywhere near as bad as a leather boot but still room for improvement. Not recommended for long period in the snow for there is no insulation. I will be buying another pair.
March 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5áby Toy Best Dang Shoes I ever hiked in
I walk a lot in my job and have hiked two to three miles daily for the last ten years because I have diabetes. I have worn out survivors, wolverines, red heads and several other models, these are the best. Comfort, fit and durability! My current pair is three years old and has been through dew, streams and driving rain, the soles are about worn through, only last week in a steady rain for four hours did I get damp toes. My only problem is finding size 14.
January 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5áby j00ber Best Hiking Shoes I Have Ever Owned
I use this for all of my hikes here in Southern California (10-20 Miles per week). These shoes are great for warmer weather (They breathe well) and pretty good even in the cold. Traction is second to none and yes they really are water resistant. I wouldnt use these in knee high mud but for a casual stream crossing or light rain they work just fine. Always buy a half size bigger than your foot as your feet will expand while working out.
October 10, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5áby JJ What GORTEX
Wear most days for light yard work in wet grass. Cool in summer heat and comfortable but I may as well be wearing tennis shoes because my feet are going to get wet. Water Resistant for about two months.
October 2, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5áby Jesse Not good if you like dry feet
These boots worked great for me for about 2 weeks of wearing them everyday around town and in the backcountry. After 2 weeks I started to get wet toes walking in morning grass. After 3 weeks of heavy use they can barely pretend to be water proof. I get soaked feet every time. If you like comfort, traction, and showy brand-name boots, these are great, but don't expect dry feet for very long.
August 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5áby Brush Beater Awesome!
These boots are awesome for hiking. I used them all over Utah, including in Moab, putting about 120 miles on them in 8 days. They really stick to the slickrock and scree. I never slipped once, even after fording a river. After getting them wet, they dried pretty quick. Never got a blister or sore. These are the only boots I buy for hiking now.
May 18, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5áby ready to shop for something better. not as advertized
second time used, walked 100 yards through wet grass at edge of field, right foot was soaked. no rain, just a heavy dew. very upset with the gortex.
October 12, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5áby E I E I O just alright
I am a farmer. I have my farm boots and I have these. The farm boots are great for some things, but heavy when on the pasture and such. I chose these at the store. They were weather proof for a while, and great for the first 6 to 8 months. In the 9th month they pretty much fell apart. They're still wearable, but not waterproof any more. The sole and the shoe are beginning to seperate. I am a bigger guy, and rough on things, but generally get over a year on most shoes... Bottom line, great for the casual wearer - not a day to day workable shoe.
October 1, 2009