Reviews of walking and hiking boots and outdoor footwear
Independent Gear reviews for walking and hiking boots and shoes perfect for treks, travel and adventure
Asolo have apparently done a lot of research into walking on mixed terrain – just like the stuff you get in the UK in summer – and come up with the Reston.
We review the Scarpa Baltoro, an excellent lightweight boot that combines great ankle support and a tough build but requires little breaking in.
Review of the Yorkshire made Alt-Berg Malham walking boots, a quality full-grain leather boot.
We review the Mammut Ridge High GTX, designed specifically for via ferrata
Alf Alderson reviews the Riva Peak, a nice looking pair of summer boots from Teva
Alf Alderson reviews the Anatom V2 Light Hiking boots, a good budget buy for summer
The Merrell Grassbow makes a great summer alternative to walking boots - we review them here.
Active Traveller review the Keen Gypsum, a great option for summer in the hills
Here's our short review of the Salomon Quest 4D GTX, a good option for the coming summer
As the name suggest the Canyon has a wide fit - Alf Alderson reviews them to see if it makes a difference
Alf Alderson reviews the Vivo Barefoot Synth Hiker hiking boots, lightweight footwear for less demanding trail conditions
We review the Ridgemont Outback, a great piece of cool looking urban footwear
The Keen Marshall is a versatile trail shoes that can be worn anywhere from hills to parks and pubs
The Meindl Vitality Mid GTX is a comfortable traditional looking mid-cut women's walking boot with good support and cushioning. Read our review here.
We review the Salomon X Ultra Mid GTX, a lightweight mid-cut women's trail shoe/walking boot with lots of useful features including a Gore-tex lining.