Tagged: hiking shoes

Vasque ReConnect HERE Shoe Review

Vasque Re:Connect HERE Shoe Review

In the realm of outdoor footwear, few names stand as tall as Vasque Footwear. With nearly six decades of experience under their belt, this brand has made its mark by delivering high-quality, durable shoes....

Hoka Trail Code GTX Hiking Boots Review

Hoka Trail Code GTX Hiking Boots Review

I have now run in numerous pairs of trail and road Hokas over the years. Additionally, I also make my way up steep and rocky technical 14-er mountains here in Colorado. Those rough granite...

Danner Mountain Overlook Review

Danner Mountain Overlook Review

The Danner Mountain Overlook offers the perfect blend of a hiking boot and an around-town shoe, making it a versatile choice for a variety of activities. Constructed entirely from leather, this shoe is designed...

Danner Trailcomber Hiking Shoe Review

Danner Trailcomber Hiking Shoe Review

Wow! What a crazy Spring it has been. With all of the madness surrounding COVID-19 it is definitely important to get outdoors for one’s mental sanity. For me hiking is one of the close...

KEEN Aphlex Waterproof Boot Review

KEEN Aphlex Waterproof Boot Review

Keen has always been known for its super comfortable footwear. I’d say it has an almost cult-like following amongst my friends who’ve been wearing the sandals for nearly a decade now. Keen has ventured...

Lowa Phoenix Mesh Lo Review

LOWA Phoenix Mesh Lo Shoe Review

The quality of the Lowa Phoenix Mesh Lo trekking boot right out of the box is apparent. Lightweight, high quality leather, mesh, and rubber. As the smell of real leather filled my nostrils I...

LOWA Vantage GTX Review

LOWA Vantage GTX Hiking Boot Review

Over the years I have done my fair share of hiking in the mountains and the one thing I have found is that a comfortable pair of hiking boots can be the difference between...

Hanwag Lunta Lady GTX Review

Hanwag Lunta Lady GTX Boot Review

Hanwag has been making quality outdoor shoes in Germany since 1921. Hanwag’s Lunta Lady GTX boot is no exception. Hanwag beautifully constructed this boot for women who want a fashion friendly resort style boot...

Keen Bryce Mid WP Top

Keen Bryce Mid WP Hiking Boots Review

The new Keen Bryce Mid WP Hiking Boots are a go anywhere, do anything lightweight, waterproof, breathable hiker. I’ve taken these out on several short adventures and have been pleased with their comfort, support,...

Lowa Focus GTX Lo

Lowa Focus GTX Lo Shoe Review

If you’re an avid hiker, the brand name Lowa is no stranger to you. Lowa has been around the hiking community for many years making quality hiking boots and shoes. Since I often like...

Salewa MS Alp Trainer

Salewa Alp Trainer Review

As the Salewa brand is starting to become more recognizable in the US, I thought it would be appropriate to test out and review one of their hiking shoes. The Salewa MS Alp Trainer...

Merrell Avian Light Sport Shoe Review

Confession: I’ve never worn a light hiking shoe. It’s not that none have tickled my fancy, it’s that I don’t have enough room in my closet for a shoe for every activity in my...

Wolverine Pulsar ICS Low-Cut Trail Hiker Review

This cool looking, low-cut hiking shoe from Wolverine certainly has my attention. I have never owned Wolverine footwear, and am mostly familiar with the brand as a manufacturer of work boots.  So it wasn’t...

KEEN Oregon PCT Hiking Boot Review

The Oregon PCT boot by Keen arrived at my door in anticipation of cold-weather hiking; this is a substantial, durable, and comfort-oriented boot intended for multi-day adventures. I tested the Oregon PCT Boot on...

Columbia Master of Faster Shoe Review

Using a trail running shoe for hiking can be beneficial in a number of ways. First, they are typically much lighter than heavier and bulkier hiking shoes. Second, they are typically a lot more...

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...