Category: Women’s

Oboz Firebrand II Hiking Shoe Review

Obōz (pronounce it with a long “o”) is a cool little company out of Bozeman, Montana that takes their outdoor footwear seriously. The company was not one I was familiar with, so I couldn’t...

Sorel Cate the Great Boot Review

Normally, winter boots fall into two different camps; those that are stylish, yet not so functional, and those that are industrial looking that are designed to tackle just about any amount of snow. Fortunately,...

Keen Howser Review

Orange shoes? Sounds pretty wild, eh? However, I love my new orange Keen Howser slip-ons. First off, Keens calls the color rust, don’t want to confuse you all. If orange is not your color,...

New Balance 1442 Shoe Review

Looking for a shoe that will help you make the most of everyday chores and errands? Try the New Balance 1442 which incorporates their latest rock&tone technology. The rock&tones emphasize heel to toe walking...

Chaco Z/2 Pro Sandal Review

As a Chaco owner for 8 years, I was stoked to check out a new pair of Z/2 Pro’s. My 8-year-old Chaco Z/2 sandals have seen better days; nicely worn treads which make hiking...

Keen Cimmaron II Sandal Review

With summer right around the corner, it is time to think about your water-based adventures. Whether hiking through wet canyons, cruising down the river on a float trip, or helping out on your buddies...

Salomon RX Moc Review

The first time our tester wore the Salomon RX Moc was actually out on a trail run. Early one morning, two of our testers got together for a trail run and our female tester...

Patagonia Bly Mid Hiking Boot Review

Patagonia’s Bly Mid Gore-Tex hiking boot is comfortable on your first hike and requires little to no break in time. If you have ever worn the Bly Low, the Mid will be an easy...