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Hiking Boots

Hiking Boots

We are committed to serving the outdoor community by offering every flavor of name-brand hiking boots. Whether you're planning a day hike at your local park or backpacking the Appalachian Trail, we've got the web's largest selection of boots to choose from. Shop using intuitive site filters or call our dedicated Customer Relations staff for personalized recommendations. Either way, you can easily find the perfect shoe for your next hiking adventure.

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Wolverine 5" Spencer Mid-Cut Hiker WP

4 out of 5

Excellent if you get the right size.
Reviewer: Keith J. | Dallas
Date: 3/26/2015

Water resistant, warm in winter, great traction, comfortable for 10+ hours on your feet. Like other reviews said, the sizes run small. I ordered 12 EEEE instead of my usual 10.5 EE and they fit perfectly.

Inov-8 X-Talon 212

5 out of 5

Love my new shoes run with them this weekend
Reviewer: lily | south gate
Date: 3/25/2015

did the Warrior Dash worked wonderful on the hills and in the mud

Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 GTX

4 out of 5

Good pair of shoes.
Reviewer: Julius | San Diego
Date: 3/25/2015

These are a good pair of shoes. They grip well on all surfaces (wet, dry, gravel, clay, mud, concrete, rock, etc.) once the sole has been broken in of it's mold release. They are a bit stiff at first but take a few days to break 'em in and to get use to them. The Gore-Tex fabric pretty much makes up the part of the shoe the harnesses your feet, it's waterproof and has a heavy denier so hopefully its as tough as it feel. The thing that concerns me can easily be changed, the Kevlar laces and the cinching system seem detrimental to the longevity. I fear that the Kevlar laces, being so thin would render the Gore-Tex useless due to eventual wear. Also, the cinching system rely on friction alone, its not a cord lock, it slips up and down and I notice it getting looser as I walk. So I'd recommend on getting shock cord with some real cord locks in place of the current system. The Ortholite soles are neat, the heal provides support and some cushioning while the foam by the toes provides rebound and thinner but effective cushion. Being a rugged shoe, the toe box has a rubber cap and some thick materials where the toes usually break through on most other shoes. Overall I'd recommend these, but not everyday if you live were it's mostly sidewalks to your destination. In my opinion it's best to use these on dirt, trails, and hikes due to the lack of stimulation it brings on flat, boring, city pavement. Oh yeah, the last thing that baffles me is the reflective materials on a green and black pair of shoes, it's like wearing a pt belt over a ghillie suit, but besides that and the lace, these are fine pair of shoes.

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