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Best Walking Boots 2020 | Top 10

Light but protective, grippy and waterproof. Those are the key qualities to look for in a hiking boot for three-season walking. Here are the options that tick those boxes...

Three- season boots are your workhorse, the everything boot. These are the walking boots you throw in the car for a weekend walk across Wales or that you wear to take the dog for a wander in the woods. Three-season says it all really; for everything except using crampons in steep snow, these spring to autumn walking boots will do just fine.

During summer, however, many of the boots on test here will run hot, and a pair of trail or trail running shoes are probably best on low ground. Up on the mountains, no matter the weather, the stability of a high collar is recommended among the ankle-crunching rocks.

What To Look For When Buying Walking Boots

There is a myriad of elements to look at when searching for the best three-season walking boots, and even among this category, there’s a wide range of styles. It all depends on what you’ll be using them for.

Three-Season Walking Boots Buyer’s Guide

Lightweight Walking Boots Buyer’s Guide

Best Walking Shoes

For scrambling and summer mountaineering, you need a pair of boots that fit snugly and hold your toes for a decisive climb on steep rock. Boots such as the Hanwag and La Sportiva examples here also have stiffer soles. For that kind of stuff, it’s worth checking out our round up of the best mountaineering boots we posted recently.

For long-distance mountain walking without too much steep ground, then aim for a pair with a wider toe cap to let your feet relax and balance. We’d file the Danner and the Keen boots here under the category.

A Boot Fitting Guide

Once you’ve decided on end use, it’s time to start looking at fit. There should be enough room for your toes to wiggle and overall, once laced up, they should feel snug and secure with no hotspots that could lead to rubbing or blisters. The days of ‘breaking-in’ shoes are almost over. While they all benefit from time to get to know your feet, most will feel good walking out of the shop. All of these boots will have half-size increments.

Fit and comfort are of the paramount importance and should override any other considerations, but it’s also worth thinking about the material used. Leather is very durable but needs more looking after. It also tends to be heavier than synthetic materials. Consider too the waterproof membrane. Not all boots have a waterproof lining. Having one will mean they keep your feet dry (usually) but will run hot no matter how breathable the manufacturers claim the membrane is. It’s the same situation as you’ll find with even the best waterproof jackets out there. Most of the boots here have a Gore-Tex membrane or something similar. It’s less critical on leather boots as cowhide is naturally water resistant if treated.

Other elements to think about include the outsole. Will the lugs stand up against the wet soil of Britain or are they designed for trotting across dry Californian rock? Are the laces easy to tighten?
You usually just know when you’ve got the right boot for you, so if something is not quite right, move on.

The Best Walking Boots 2020

  • Haglöfs Skuta Eco Proof – Best Walking Boot Tested
  • Adidas Terrex Free Hiker – Best Lightweight Walking Boot
  • Hanwag Ferrata II GTX – Best Scrambling Boot
  • Inov-8 Roclite 345 – Best Fast Hiking Boot
  • Keen Venture Mid – Best Value Walking Boot
  • Hoka One One Sky Kaha
  • La Sportiva TX4
  • Danner Trail 2650 GTX Mid
  • Tecnica Forge
  • Asolo Greenwood

BEST BUY: Haglöfs Skuta Eco Proof

Price: £120
Weight: 950g

As we’ve come to expect from Swedish brand Haglofs, the Skuta Mid Proof Eco has been built with sustainability in mind. This has been done by avoiding the use of any nasty chemicals in its creation. What we’re specifically referring to are those PFCs or perfluorinated compounds, which have been proven to be environmentally hazardous. In an impressively bold move, Haglöfs have said they’ll actually be phasing out fluorocarbons from their complete range by 2020.

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

Eco friendliness aside, we think that these are a nice-looking boot, successfully blending that traditional leather look with a modern style to create something that looks high-tech without being over the top or ‘out there’. It’s generously cushioned and fairly flexible midsole features both EVA foam and a shock absorbing gel so you can expect comfort over distances. All-in-all, a great boot at a decent price as well.

Full Specifications

Sizes 6.5-12.5 (UK) / waterproof, fluorocarbon free Proof Eco membrane / Gel rearfoot cushioning / moulded EVA midsole / premium eco-friendly leather / Asics high abrasion resistance rubber

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Haglofs Skuta Mid Proof Eco here

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Adidas Terrex Free Hiker

Price: £170
Weight: 382g

The Free Hiker is arguably one of the biggest releases from Adidas Terrex this season; a hiking boot that features their trademark running technology – Boost.  Boost is essentially a foam-based midsole that offers large amounts of cushioning with quite a springy feeling whilst you’re walking. It makes for an impressive amount of comfort on the trails that you’ll be thankful of after a few miles in your legs.

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

Also underfoot, you’ve got a Continental rubber outsole with 5mm lugs that wouldn’t look out of place on a trail running shoe. It’s these lugs that give some great traction over the trails. Another similarity to a trail shoe is the weight of the Free Hiker – 382g – something that you’re again going to appreciate as you start logging those miles.

Full Specifications

Sizes 5 – 14 (UK) / available in men’s and women’s / Primeknit upper with abrasion-resistant weldings / Continental rubber outsole / Boost midsole / midsole drop: 10 mm (heel 33 mm / forefoot 23 mm) / moulded TPU toe cap / heel cap for stability on the heel.

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Adidas Terrex Free Hiker here

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Hanwag Ferrata II GTX

Price: £287
Weight: 720g

The Ferrata II GTX builds on from the already successful Ferrata Combi GTX which was featured in our 2017 Outdoor 100 product guide. We’ve deemed this latest iteration to be worthy of our Outdoor 100 for this year. – so in short, we really like it. It’s a boot that has been designed with challenging, rocky terrain in mind, with a slightly pointed toe, climbing zone on the rubber, and a stiff sole that can take a C2 crampon.

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

OM Editior, Will Renwick had this to say about the Hanwag Ferrata II: “I found the precision of the toe to be excellent when edging, and that stiff shank really helped to reduce strain. Over distance, having worn them for two big days I found them to be really comfortable… This I’d put down to a combination of the cushioned midsole, the slight rock they provide and also their light weight.”

Full Specifications

 Sizes 6-13 (UK men’s) /Vibram Mont Compound / Hanwag Integral Light profile design / heel welt for semi-automatic (C2) crampons

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Hanwag Ferrata II GTX here

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Hoka One One Sky Kaha

Price: £180
Weight: 508g

Best known for their highly cushioned running shoes, Hoka One One have now started making moves into the walking boot market with their all new Sky Series of boots. This, the Sky Kaha do still carry that classic Hoka cushioning, but they’ve been adapted to provide comfort and stability over long distances with a heavy pack.

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

At a glance, with their leather upper, chunky midsole and aggressive lugs, you may assume that they’re going to be on the heavy side. However, coming in at a measly 508g per shoe, these are far more nimble than your usual mid cut boots.

Other useful features to note include an eVent waterproof lining behind the already water resistant leather upper, a Vibram Megagrip outsole and a neutral ramp angle of 6mm.

Full Specifications

Sizes 6.5-13.5 (UK) / available in men’s and women’s / eVent Waterproof bootie / full grain, waterproof leather / EVA top layer of midsole / Rangi bottom foam midsole / Vibram Megagrip outsole with 5mm lugs / multidirectional lugs for supreme grip on varied terrain

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Hoka One One Sky Kaha here

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Inov-8 Roclite 345

Price: £155
Weight: 345g

Inov-8 are usually known for their aggressively soled, super-lightweight trail running shoes that grace the feet of many athletes, particularly those in the UK trail running scene. They aren’t however known so well for their walking boots, but that’s changed recently with the release of their all new Roclite G 345 and Roclite G 370 hiking boots.

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

Inov-8 have gone for fast and light boot with the Roclite 345. It’s going to be ideal on something like a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, with its mid cut ankle, low weight of 345g per boot and that sole unit which is basically that of a trail running shoe. But there’s also a trick up its sleeve, and that’s its use of Graphene, the world’s strongest material. Put simply, this sole isn’t going to wear down on you anytime soon.

Full Specifications

Sizes 5-12 / graphene-enhanced G-GRIP outsole / multi-directional, claw-shaped cleats with a wide contact area / Gore-Tex waterproof lining / Powerflow midsole delivers 10% better shock absorption and 15% better energy return

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Inov-8 Roclite 345 here

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Keen Venture Mid

Price: £130
Weight: 510g

Keen have ticked a number of boxes with this, a lightweight, breathable (yet waterproof) boot that’s able to provide a comfortable, all-day fit.  Key features include a lightweight, waterproof Keen.Dry upper and a ‘KonnectFit’ heel-capture system that’s able to anchor your foot securely and comfortably into the heel cup of the boot.

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

Keen have also kitted the Venture Mid out with a sole unit with 4mm multi-directional lugs that are well engineered, clamping your step in place both uphill and downhill. Sandwiched between the lightweight upper and grip sole is EVA foam which provides lightweight cushioning. There’s also that semi-solid toe bumper to protect your toes and the material of the upper.

Full Specifications

Sizes 6-14 (UK) / speed hooks for easy lace adjustment / removable PU insole with arch support  / EVA midsole for cushioning / Keen All-Terrain rubber outsole / 4mm multi-directional lugs / Keen.Dry waterproof, breathable membrane / Konnectfit locks down heel

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Keen Venture Mid here

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La Sportiva TX4

Price: £165
Weight: 485g

La Sportiva have taken their climbing shoe knowledge and applied it with great success to their range of approach shoes and boots – the Traverse X line. As the name implies, the line is designed to traverse mountainous terrain, whether that be via ferrata, mountain ridges, or easy trad climbing

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

“The grip has been great over all of the terrain I’ve been testing them out on, and also the waterproofing has certainly been up to scratch,” said Outdoors Magic gear tester Anna Blackwell who took the TX4 out during a testing trip in the Brecon Beacons. “These are right at home on rocky routes, but are also a good option for easier hiking and hillwalking as well.”

Full Specifications

Sizes 36-47.5 (EU) / available in men’s and women’s / Gore-Tex waterproof lining / shock absorbing EVA midsole / Vibram Mega-Grip outsole / Impact Brake System / climbing zone at the toe / Mythos lacing system

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the La Sportiva TX4 Mid here

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Danner Trail 2650 GTX Mid

Price: £111
Weight: 793g (pair)

Sitting just on the ankle bone, the height that Danner have gone for with this mid cut puts it in some kind of limbo between a walking boot and shoe. It’s not so high that it’s constricting and heavy like you’re typical walking boots and it’s not so low that you’ve got to tip-toe around the shallowest of puddles or constantly stop to empty out grit that’s managed to find its way in. For anyone who’s not keen on the mid cut, don’t worry, there’s also a low walking shoe version as well – and that’s a fair bit cheaper actually. 

The insole has an ergonomic feel to it, the midsole has a lovely amount of cushioning and the toe strikes the right balance between precision and long-distance comfort. 

The upper mixes a light suede leather with a bit of mesh and there’s a Gore-Tex lining underneath. There’s also an external heel lock. This is was a bit ‘marmite’ for our team. It does keep your foot in place but it also looks a bit… weird. The whole design of the upper is a good one though; it makes the Trail 2650 sturdy and protective but without being too heavy or hot.

Full Specifications

Sizes: US 7-14 (men’s, US 5-11 (women’s) / 793g per pair / 4″ in height / Ortholite footbed / TPU shank / Vibram 460 / Suede and textile upper / Gore-Tex lining / EVA mid sole.

Read our full Danner Trail 2650 GTX Mid review

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Tecnica Forge

Price: £192
Weight: 1090g

Named Product of the Year at the 2018 ISPO gear show, these boots make use of the custom fit process typically found in skiing and snowboarding boots. This process involves heating the boots to expand the foam within to mould around the shape of your feet and subsequently to set in that position as it cools. This custom fit provides comfort over long-distance, ultimately reducing the risk of any niggling bits that cause blisters. 

Photo: Chris Johnson

But there’s so much more to these boots than just the thermo-moulding process. They’re made from a nice 1.8mm Nubuck leather (a synthetic version is also available) with little ventilation holes punched throughout. Then there’s a Gore-Tex membrane lining it for waterproof breathability, a two-layer EVA foam midsole and a sticky outsole made from Vibram MegaGrip.

Full Specifications

Sizes XS-XXL / available in men’s and women’s / 1.8mm Nubuck leather upper with stretch fabric base / Gore-Tex waterproof lining / Vibram Megagrip outsole / 2 layers of EVA midsole

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Tecnica Forge here

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Asolo Greenwood

Price: £200
Weight: 676g

Italian bookmaker Asolo have created a classic walking boot with the new Greenwood. What we love is it’s sleek, but tough and durable build, and the solid sole unit which provides stable grip, no matter the terrain that you’re travelling through. 

Photo: Chris Johnson
Photo: Chris Johnson

Outdoors Magic Editor Will Renwick spent some time in the Greenwood GV: “I do like a leather boot, especially if it’s Italian. The Greenwood is a classic example of a simple yet effective option. I’ve used it for most days over the past three weeks on rocky scrambles and boggy ground and yet there’s still no sign of wear whatsoever. The tough Perwanger leather and rubber toe cap keep everything protected and the cuff is soft and padded-out nicely for a comfortable fit. A lovely boot.”

Full Specifications

Sizes 6-13.5 (UK) / available in men’s and women’s /  water-resistant Perwanger leather / Gore-Tex waterproof lining / Vibram Megagrip outsole

Selected for the Outdoor 100 2019/20 – take a closer look at the Asolo Greenwood GV here

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Other Walking Boots We’ve Rated In 2020

Salewa Mountain Trainer Mid Gore-Tex

Price: £190
Weight: 1750g

This excellent pair of boots is designed as an ‘alpine trekking boot’, and for that activity, there’s nothing to fault; the fit is exceptional over long distances. The MTN Trainer Mid GTX is constructed with a suede leather upper, protected by a thick rubber rand around the toe and sides, while the heel has even more substantial protection.

The heel protection also doubles for Salewa’s unique 3F lacing system. When you pull your laces, it pulls on a wire that draws in around the back of the heel and another around the arch of the foot. It works well, wrapping round for a very comfortable fit.

The lacing itself goes down to the toes too. All this makes this one of the best fitting boots here. It holds tightly around the top of the toes, but the toe box itself is big enough for wiggle room and to help with balance.

Other features include Gore-Tex protection, an aggressive Vibram outsole – perfect for alpine and British conditions – and a flexible collar. In all, an exceptional boot.

Fit, lacing, durability.

None really!

Full Specifications

Outsole Vibram WTC outsole / Nylon/Bilight midsole / Gore-Tex lining / 360° full rubber rand / 1.6mm suede leather upper / Highly wear-resistant fabric.

Mammut Kento High GTX

Price: £219
Weight: 1536g

These boots are designed for walking higher up the mountains than most on test here. They are compatible with strap-on crampons for a start. These are perfect for those heading to the Alps or looking for some serious scrambling in the uplands of Britain. The main difference between these and ones just for walking is the stiffness of the sole. They don’t bend so much from toe to heel, nor torsionally. A stiff sole is a requirement for crampons, and the Mammut Kento High can take B1 rated ones. The outer too is very tough, made from Nubuck leather with a wide, rubber rand; these should last a very long time with care.

There is a Gore-Tex membrane and a ‘Michelin Alpine Lite’ sole, designed for activities on rock, ice and snow. The fit is snug as you’d expect from boots of this type when you’re looking for a positive step rather than a wide toe box for hours on the trail. That said, they are incredibly comfortable, and there’s a good roll to them. I particularly like the tongue that is sewn in and hugs the foot. An almost faultless pair of boots for their end use.

Very versatile, comfortable, B1 crampon compatible.

Snug fit, but that’s expected from this type of boot.

Full Specifications

B1 strap-on crampon compatible / Gore-Tex membrane / Nubuck outer / Raised rubber rand / Michelin Alpine Lite 3970 outsole.

Hoka One One Sky Arkali

Price: £170
Weight: 1088g

Curiouser and curiouser. Hoka One One sprang (for that’s what you do in these) onto the scene a few years ago as an antidote to the minimum/barefoot movement. These were Maxi with a capital ‘M’. The design of the shoe added to the perception too. The brand became known for spongy, comfortable pavement pounding road running shoes, and recently moved, successfully into trail running shoes and also to hiking. But, Jim, it’s not like any hiking boots we’ve ever seen, and, of course, that’s no bad thing. The Sky Arkali is one of three new models (with the Toa and Kaha) that move higher up the mountain. And that’s where any similarity to typical hiking boots stops.

The idea is that it takes Hoka’s running shoe expertise and posits it in a hiking boot. They do feel very much like trail running shoes, but with a mid-level cuff that comes up around the ankles. The lacing is a mixture of laces and velcro around the very top. Despite feeling a bit like the shoes you got before you could tie your laces, it works brilliantly – the Bring Back Velcro Laces campaign starts here! It has a sock-like fit with an elasticated cover and is, well, astonishingly comfortable. I tested them out in wintry conditions on a long, two-day walk in the Brecon Beacons (with some snow cover) and they were supremely comfortable, straight out of the box too. They’re not waterproof, but even the water in Wales took a few hours to penetrate. On summer hikes, these are the boots you want. Other features include a Kevlar-enforced upper, high-abrasion rubber toe cap, and an aggressive Vibram rubber outsole with 5mm lugs.

Incredibly comfortable.

Not a problem depending on end use, but be aware they’re not waterproof.

Full Specifications

Kevlar-enforced MATRYX upper / High-abrasion rubber toe cap / Vibram rubber outsole with 5mm lugs / Velcro fastening.

Columbia Terrebonne II OutDRY Mid

Price: £125
Weight: 1230g

The most important part of the unwieldy name of these boots is OutDRY, a significant technology that is owned by the group behind Columbia. Simply put, this method allows the waterproof membrane to be laminated to the upper. Most boots on test here have a waterproof ‘bootie’ that is placed inside the boot. There are two main advantages to the OutDRY method: firstly, because the waterproof membrane is stuck to the inside of the upper, there isn’t any space for water to sit and get logged in. Secondly, there’s not as much bulk to the shoe. It’s a technology we’ve seen in boots gloves and backpacks – keep an eye out for it.

So what of the boots? Well, they are strikingly low cut – almost a shoe – just about protecting the ankle. This helps cut down on weight, and they are indeed impressively light. The outsole isn’t the most aggressive, so we’d put these down as a pair of boots for walking on existing, not too technical trails. And for this they’d be excellent: they are comfortable, light, with a wide toe box and don’t have too many extras. There is also a reasonable amount of cushioning. You could happily spend a full day walking in these and barely notice them. The uppers are mainly leather with a mesh tongue area. The lacing is fine for a low-level boot, and they seem very well made.

Lightweight, comfortable, excellent cushioning.

Not designed for tough technical trails, but not a criticism.

Full specifications

Waterproof, full grain leather and mesh upper with a scratch rubber toecap / Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber / OutDRY waterproof, breathable construction / Techlite lightweight midsole.

Keen Karraig

Price: £160
Weight: 1670g

The Karraig are the first pair of boots Keen has specially designed for the UK market, that’s to say they’re designed for mud, high mountain passes and more mud. They are the most sturdy boots from Keen that we’ve tested, with a thick rubber rand, especially around the toe – you can imagine these faring well on a bit of Highland scrambling.

They are particularly high too, completely covering the ankle and they offer excellent support. This is partly down to the sophisticated lacing system. Because of the toughness of the leather, getting a tight fit around the lower part of the foot requires a fair bit of strength. A mixture of lace-locking clamps, plus two of the lacing holes pull around the back of the foot ensure a good fit, but they really need a tug.

Another improvement on Keen boots, and good for these islands, is an aggressive outsole with 5mm lugs.

What remains Keen through and through, however, is the spongy cushioning and a full, comfortable toe box. A KEEN.Dry waterproof membrane allows you to spend hours on the trails in these and stay warm, dry and comfortable. They are made with leather and mesh upper that looks as though it will last and last. Overall, a very comfortable boot for wet and cold weather in the mountains.

For more on this check out our full Keen Karraig Walking Boot Review.

Comfortable, warm, excellent ankle support.

Lacing requires some adjustment.

Full Specifications

Premium leather and performance mesh upper / High rebound PU midsole / Integrated dynamic ankle support / 5mm wide lugs / KEEN.DRY® waterproof, breathable membrane / High abrasion rubber tip.

Hanwag Tatra II GTX

Price: £230
Weight: 2002g

German manufacturers Hanwag make exceptional boots designed with the landscapes of the Alps in mind. We’ve come to appreciate the brand as a mark of quality craftsmanship; these are boots we reckon would last a lifetime with care. They can be resoled too.

The company makes a wide range of mountaineering and trekking boots, as well as trail and approach shoes. The Tatra II GTX is a hugely popular trekking boot, made with a durable leather upper and with as few seams as possible. The sole is super sturdy too, very stiff (not crampon-compatible) but it gives you the feeling that you can wander over any terrain. These do feel indestructible.

The lacing is particularly efficient, with ball-bearing runners that also clamp tight on four of the lower eyelets and then there are regular hooks. Once fastened tight, the cuff high above the ankle is comfortable thanks to a soft leather interior lining. Caps at the heel and toe help protect the foot. So far, so great. The only criticism aimed at these is that they are heavy, more than any others on test here. In many ways, these are the quintessential trekking boot: leather, durable, solidly built.

Here’s our full video review of the boot…

Excellent lacing, beautifully made, comfortable.


Full Specifications

Nubuck leather / Gore-Tex membrane / Vibram AW Integral sole.

Salomon Quest 4D 3 GTX

Price: £180
Weight: 1524g

These are one of the best-selling boots in the UK and with good reason. They are superbly comfortable and very well made. The first thing to notice is how high these are. They go well above the ankle and up to the shin. It makes them very stable on rocky ground – the chances of going over on your ankle in these is slim. And while they feel secure, I also found enough wiggle room for my toes, keeping them warm but also helping with balance.

The sole is reasonably stiff – up a steep Munro these would be perfect, they are also rigid torsionally. The lacing is good too, drawing in well around the foot – straight out of the box I had no hotspots at all.

There’s a reasonable amount of cushioning with a good roll to the boots, even the size 11s I tested. I certainly found they we’re comfortable across the day. The outsole is reasonably aggressive, especially on the heels – they feel wonderful heading downhill.

I’m struggling to find any criticism, only that I did find them among the warmest on the test. After all, they are high, with a Gore-Tex lining and chunky leather and fabric upper.

Overall, an excellent option. No wonder they are bought in the bucket load.

For more, check out our full Salomon Quest 4D 3 GTX review

Lightweight, comfortable, well made.

They do run warm.

Alt-Berg Nordkapp

Price: £235
Weight: 1460g

Yorkshire-based Alt-Berg is home to true craftspeople. It is a company that takes ingredients and fit very seriously; there’s even a custom fitting service at the workshop. Even just holding a pair of Alt-Berg boots in your hands, you can feel the quality.

On test is the Nordkapp, a three-season boot designed for long days on Scottish Munros or English fells.

One of the critical components that make this boot stand apart is the seamless one-piece of Italian Nubuck leather that forms the upper. It makes it comfortable and durable. There’s also a waterproof membrane behind it, plus a wide rubber rand to protect the leather against scuffs. Underfoot, there’s a solid Vibram sole, again designed for British mountains.

A traditional leather boot is heavy, no doubt, but you’ll have these safe in the knowledge that they’ll last and last, plus the workshop offers a resoling service. When you get the fit right, and you should, you’ll feel as though you can take on any mountain.

Very well made, durable, comfortable.


Full specifications

Italian Nubuk leather / Sympatex, waterproof, breathable membrane lining / Vibram Masai/Micro / Full rubber abrasion resistant rand / shock absorbing micro midlayer between sole and foot.


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