Why We Chose The Tog24 Ingleborough Boot: Durable, no-thrills, lightweight.
The Ingleborough is Tog24’s take on the hillwalker’s classic walking boot. It’s a design that doesn’t boast many bells and whistles, but still, we’ve been really impressed by its understated performance over long days on the trail.
It has a very water resistant full-grain leather upper and sits high up on the ankle which is great if you are hiking around boggy moorland or taking on rocky trails. The obvious advantage of leather is that it’s naturally breathable, and will prevent condensation from building up on the inside of the boot. This, coupled with the quick-wick lining vastly improves the breathability performance. On hot days moisture will be drawn away from your feet and on wet days, any water that gets in will be moved out gradually.
“Vibram soles are well known for their performance on wet rock so you can be confident in these over changing terrain.”
The Vibram outsole has a timeless tread pattern, offering both grip and long lasting durability whilst still being soft underfoot. Vibram soles tend to be quite reliable on wet rock so you can be fairly confident in these over changing terrain.
The combination of a mid cut ankle and EVA foam midsole and heel cup means you’ve got support up top and comfort and shock absorption down below. There’s also a smooth lacing system lacing which allows even adjustment right from the toes up to the ankle.