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 review the Ridgemont Outback, a great piece of cool looking urban footwear
The Icebug Pace is a 100% waterproof, lightweight, hiking boot, that’s good down to -20°C.
Alf Alderson reviews the Alt-Berg Mallerstang winter walking boot, a C1 crampon-compatible British-made boot.
The Icebug Ardor OLX is one of the best rough trail sports shoe in our review section.
Looking for footwear to take on the urban jungle? Then check out our review of Keen’s Reisen Chukka casual boot.
The Keen Revel II performed well on test and proved itself as a great winter boot for general duties. Check out the review below.
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