Hiking Boots

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Hiking Boots Resources

  • Types of Hiking Boots
    The length of your trip, weight you're carrying, terrain you'll be on and the weather you may encounter are just a few aspects that should determine your footwear.

  • Hiking Boot Components
    Examining the components of a hiking boot will offer an explanation into what makes them operate so well.

  • Fit Tips
    Once you navigate your options and finally find the perfect pair of hiking boots, the final step is making sure your boots fit.

Recent Hiking Boot Reviews

The North Face Hedgehog Futurelight Waterproof

3.0 star rating Little to no arch support

I've been wearing these shoes daily for about 2 weeks now and I'm fairly pleased with these shoes. The build quality is good, overall look is good but they don't really have any arch support. I find if I wear these out on the range for more than 2 hours my feet and knees start to ache pretty badly. This is because these shoes have little to no arch support at all. The footbed is nearly flat causing my ankles to roll inward forcing my knees together and also causing arch and heel pain. I had to add a set of extra high arch supports in place of the factory insoles. That seems to have alleviated most of the problem. One other thing about these is that they're loud! The soles have a tread pattern that makes them loud walking over tile or low pile carpeted floors. Not too much of a downside I suppose

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by Sam D

Lowa Zephyr GTX Lo TF

1.0 star rating Not a fan

I have two issues with these shoes. First, the slip in the back. All Lowa did was literally cut down the boot to make the low version, so you lose a lot of grab on the ankle. I cannot have slipping, especially if these are intended for duty. Second, they are shoes yes, but they have the comfort and feel of a boot. I wish Lowa would have made them with the current look, but added some more flexibility you’d expect in a low cut performance shoe. With these, all you get is a boot without the ankle support, which makes no sense. Low cut boots are a good concept, but I don’t see any reason not to go mid if the company doesn't make them feel more like a performance shoe. AND why the slip? Had the same issues with Solomon Forces Low.

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by Tanner S

Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Boots

5.0 star rating I love this brand

Is the third time that a bought boots for my son , the first one about 10 years ago there are incredible

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by rosa m. r

Hiking Boots

Take on any terrain, any weather, any time of year. When you’re sporting the right hiking boots, you can clear any obstacle that comes across your path. Whether you’re interested in light hiking or serious backpacking, you can find supportive boots packed with special features and advanced technology. Some of our styles come with shock absorption, water resistance, moisture-wicking, secure lacing and rugged traction that will stabilize you on any trail. With our intuitive site filters and large selection, you can find the perfect fit. Hit the trails in the most advanced hiking boots on the market from brands like Salomon, Asolo and Lowa.