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Alf Alderson reviews the Anatom V2 Light Hiking boots, a good budget buy for summer

anatom v2
Price
£90
Value
10
Quality
9
Performance
8
Looks
7
Overall Score
8
+
Good value, nice and light
A little stiff initially; soon eases though
anatom.co.uk

The Anatom V2  feels very light in use thanks to a combination of suede and fabric uppers (which are specifically designed to be treated with Nikwax products) and Anatom’s lightweight Hill-Grip 1 outsole, which is deeply lugged and provides a comfortable rolling gait in use.

Your feet are kept warm thanks to a high loft lamb’s wool insole and kept dry thanks to the boots’ ‘tri.aria’ waterproof, breathable membrane, and for summer use the V2 is a very decent value lightweight boot that will also stretch to use in both spring and autumn (even winter for low level walking).

I liked the light and nimble feel of the boot although it was initially a little stiff across the upper forefoot, but this soon eases with use, and although not the prettiest of boots they’re well worth checking out if performance means more to you than looks.

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