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
We test the Hi-Tec Altitude Lite - a boot that aims to be minimal on price as well as on weight
We test the Arc'teryx Bora 2 Mid GTX, which is an innovative approach to hiking boots that you'll probably either love or hate
We test the Hanwag Tudela Light GTX to find out if it's everything you need in a lightweight hiking boot. Spoiler alert: it is.
We review the Columbia Peakfreak XCRSN Mid to see if its performance matches up to its good looks
We put La Sportiva's Trango S Evo GTX to the test to see if this made-for-mountains boot is as serious as looks.
We test the Berghaus Expeditor Ridge AQ, with its rather plain looks to see if its performance is as good as its price.
Are the Merrell Freewheel Chukkas a 'sleek spin on a classic design' as Merrell claim? We put them to the test.
We test the Asolo Revert GV, one of our favourite lightweight boots, which only narrowly missed the Editor's Choice award
We review the Merrell Chameleon Shift trail shoes
We review the Teva Terra Fi 4 sandals, a step up from the Universals but are they worth the extra money?
The Teva Original sandals gave rise to a whole new era of sports and outdoor footwear, has the classic design stood the test of time? We review them here.
The Keen Clearwater CNX sandals are a lightweight sandal designed for water based activities, we review them here.
Our experts review the Berghaus Vapour Claw trail running shoe
On test: we review the rock solid Mammut Redburn Low GTX trail shoe
Here we review the funky looking and multi-functional La Sportiva Xplorer trail shoe