Independent Gear reviews for walking, hiking, cycling and travel boots and shoes perfect for treks, travel and adventure including trail walking shoes, 3 season walking boots, winter walking boots, lightweight boots, cycling shoes, and approach shoes.
We review the latest Mojito, Scarpa's first fully biodegradable product
Merrell's Moab Speed adds some oomph to the original and much-loved Moab. Find out what we thought of them.
Craghoppers' new Kiwi Trek boots combine leather styling and comfort from the get-go.
Salomon have created a truly versatile outdoor shoe in the OUTline Prism, we put it to the test.
Merrell's new Zion mid walking boots are almost impossibly lightweight but are they any good at hacking through muddy...
We test out Scarpa's bestselling Terra GTX walking boots and find them to be comfortable AND capable.
We hit the hiking trails in Zamberlan's bestselling hill walking boot, the Ultra Lite GT RR.
Born in Bavaria, the Belorado II could just be the ideal walking boots for mixed terrain. Read the review to find out...
Walking boots but not as you know them, read the review to find out what we thought of Adidas' Terrex Free Hiker.
We test Keen's new mid version of their popular Venture, find out what we thought in our review.
On test, the La Sportiva TX4 Mid GTX boot delivers more than it should: sturdy, robust and up for the job.
Berghaus make great walking boots and often for very reasonable prices, the Expeditor Ridge 2.0 on test is a prime...
Weatherproof and comfortable, Keen's new Terradora II is a versatile, wear-anywhere hiking boot
Salomon's Quest 4D 3 GTX is rightly a bestselling boot for trekking and backpacking, find out why in our review.
Craghoppers are masters of warm weather travel kit, but they're relative newcomers to walking boots. Can they compete...