Walking Boot and Shoes Reviews

Keen Men’s Karraig Boot Review

Dave Roberts reviews the Karraig Boots by Keen. The Men’s Karraig Boot by Keen are a sturdy bit of kit designed for backpacking and mountain walking: For adventures deep in the backcountry, dependable comfort is key. This waterproof backpacking boot features board-lasted construction for added stability plus a heel brake for extra support on the …

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Mammut T-Aenergy GTX Boot Review

The T-Aenergy GTX boots by Mammut are a GoreTex lined fabric boot designed for autumnal and wet weather use. To keep you upright on those slippery rocks, they boast a grippy sole based on anteater scales.The review pair were a rather bright shade of lime or Spring-basilic, but they’re also available in a couple of more …

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Inov8 Roclite 390 Review

Out with the old and er, in with the old. Just like my trusty Meindl Burmas, which are now my third pair, the Inov8 Roclite 390GTX boot have also proven themselves worthy of like for like replacement. Spotting the newer version for £70 after the old pair nearly fell apart in Knoydart sealed the deal. Many …

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Keen Targhee II Boots

I’ve owned a pair of Keen trail shoes for many years now, and while they got minimal hill use, they’ve been so comfortable that they’re my casual footwear of choice. These suit those with wider feet, or those with a typically Northern European foot shape as opposed to the almost winkle-picker narrow Italians (think Scarpas). In fact, …

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