Alico Summit Hiking Boots - Leather (For Men)

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About Alico Summit Hiking Boots - Leather (For Men)

Closeouts. Nestled within the Alps, the Dolomites are known for jagged peaks and deep crevasses that have challenged the climber's craft for centuries. Alico's Summit hiking boots are handcrafted by artisans in this awe-inspiring region and built for exploring rugged landscapes. The oil-tanned leather upper is water-resistant, and the leather lining and moisture-wicking insole reduce friction and blisters.

Specs about Alico Summit Hiking Boots - Leather (For Men)

  • Waterproof (All)
  • Waterproof materials: Seam-sealed leather
  • Upper: 2.6 mm. one-piece oil-tanned waterproof full grain leather
  • Lining: Brushed Leather
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: Leather and Nylon
  • Outsole: Vibram® Montagna
  • Height: 6"
  • Heel height: 1-1/2"
  • Weight (pair): 4 lb. 6 oz.
  • Made in Italy
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide

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Reviewed by 50th State Scoutmaster from Waipahu, Hawaii on Monday, February 11, 2013
I just picked me up another pair of Alico Summits... and this is the 5th pair of Alico boots that I have purchased. I currently have 2 Alico Tahoes, 1 Alico Guide and now 2 Alico Summits and I can honestly comment on each and every model.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by tevieboy from Seattle on Monday, January 16, 2017
    Straight out of the box, these boots are incredibly comfortable. Lacing system dials in a solid fit with ease. I look forward to many, many miles in these boots.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bear in the woods from Wisconsin on Wednesday, January 11, 2017
    Been tired of molded soles falling off hiking boots so I thought that I would need to make my own. On a whim, I did a search for Norwegian welt hiking boots and found these. The reviews looked promising so I decided to try them and put on hold the idea of home made boots. They came almost two weeks ago and have been using them every day since. Wore them around the house on carpet just to make sure they didn't need to be returned and by day two, it was obvious that these are my boots! While some of the reviews suggested a two month break in period (agreed) they were much more comfortable than I expected right out of the box. Slipped in a pair of green Super Feet insoles and they are pretty close to perfect. My feet are slightly narrow, but no slippage whatsoever with medium width. Length was spot on for me but the thing that I really appreciate is that they're slightly wider in the toe box than other brands. Walking on uneven terrain is enhanced now since I can use my entire foot better than previously. Highly recommend these boots.
  • Reviewed by The boy from Illinois from Illinois on Saturday, January 7, 2017
    These boots look great! They felt great right out of the box. They are comfortable to walk in. I don't know about break in time but I have walked a few miles wth no problem or discomfort!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hiker Mom from Delaware on Tuesday, December 20, 2016
    I bought these for my son for a three week hiking trip he is taking in January. He's been wearing them to break them in, and says they are very comfortable. We'll try to give an update after the trip to see how they perform "in action."
  • Reviewed by Dr. Strangelove from North Dakota on Thursday, December 15, 2016
    I had a bad foot/ankle injury when I was a teenager. I've spent the better part of the three decades since looking for the perfect boot that is comfortable, supportive, and looks good. I've tried most everything out there: Danners, Lowa, Red Wings, Asolo... and a lot of them were very good. This boot smokes them all overall.

    They were comfortable enough out of the box to wear around the office and just everyday wear. After a few days they really loosened up and I feel like they are pretty well broken in after a week. The back of the boot at the achilles tendon took the longest to loosen up. In fact I thought maybe it would not - just give it time and wear.

    I am from the Gore-Tex generation, and had never had a pair of boots that claim to be (for the most part) waterproof without it. I have been out for pretty long periods in the snow with these with no issues of water getting in. The Spring thaw should tell more regarding "waterproofness".

    I don't use these for hiking, so I probably don't have the same expectations with respect to weight. I am, however, a surveyor, so I basically hike all the time, but I guess it may be different if you are just hoofing it in the great outdoors while not getting paid for it...They don't seem too heavy to me.

    They seem to hold heat in better than other non-insulated boots. I have been out in extreme cold with just a pair of wool socks on in them and my feet weren't freezing. I am waiting to see how hot they are in the summer.

    The size seems like just a tiny bit larger than normal - I attribute this to leaving room for thick socks. My feet are still stable with just a little extra wiggle room when I wear normal socks.

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    • Answer Some items are not applicable for the discount codes.
      Answered on 1/16/2017 9:05:11 AM by Zack from Wa
    • Answer Sometimes for some reason codes do not work, I have called CS and they have been very helpful, most of the boots I have purchased here have been with the codes. Give them a call, sometimes it is just a quirk of when you put the code in.
      Answered on 1/16/2017 3:40:40 PM by Tony B from Wandering
  • Question “Hello, how do I know if I need a modicum or wide on size 9? Can I return if needed?”

    Asked on 1/4/2017 12:13:54 AM by Migskits from Los angeles
    • Answer Hi Migskits,
      I usually wear a wide “eee” boot in size 10.5 and I purchased a size 11 in this boot. The 11 has plenty of room for me and I think I may have gotten away with a 10.5, but I’d rather have slightly more room than too tight. I can only advise by my experience. Check your shoe size before you order. You can return items to Sierra, their policy and details are here:
      https://www.sierratradingpost.com/myaccount/returnexpress/?osid=footer-_-returns-express-_-101315
      Answered on 1/4/2017 10:27:02 AM by James from British Columbia, Canada
    • Answer According to our fit team this item is running true to size. You should order whichever size you normally wear. Our return and exchange policy can be viewed here: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/exchange-return/
      Answered on 1/4/2017 10:31:56 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • Question “Would these do well in snow and -20 degree weather?”

    Asked on 1/3/2017 5:44:01 PM by Dustin from Arkansas
    • Answer It all depends. For snow & -20 degree weather I would first waterproof with Sno-seal of equivalent, then I would invest in some quality socks - possible two pair -liner and heavy wool. The boots are roomy enough for my feet to fit in heavy socks. However, if you are 6'5" with a propensity for cold extremities like me, electric socks may be your best bet.
      Answered on 1/4/2017 7:44:09 AM by The Scoundrel from Houston, TX
    • Answer Sorry there is not a temperature rating. Most manufacturers do not have temperature ratings for their garments or footwear due to the number of factors that affect how warm a garment may keep you. These are not insulated.
      Answered on 1/4/2017 9:45:28 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer Although these boots are not specifically designed for cold weather, I have used similar boots in -20 degree situations. For cold situations you want to avoid boots with a steel shank, steel screws or fasteners in the sole, or a steel toe. These boots have none of those, but they are not heavily insulated. You can use a two sock system (one light and one heavy) and generally do fine. If you are in very cold conditions for long periods, you may want to go to the “mountaineering” boot which is likely better insulated.
      Answered on 1/4/2017 10:13:44 AM by James from British Columbia, Canada
    • Answer One way to find out, but have a pair of mountaineering boots with you, just like the third answer mentioned and the other two for socks, one can have a very different outcome with junk socks, or wool with the same boot.
      Also, depends on the type of -20...being from Michigan, -20 is bone chilling due to type of humidity, dry is easier to manage.
      I have been in wet and cold in these boots with no discomfort, I was amazed at how good my feet felt, but it was not -20. I have 200, 400 and 800 gram insulated boots for the cold, but not a pair of mountaineering yet.
      Other things that matter, are you camping/hiking long term in that temp?, or going into town for a bit?, do you have merino wool socks, mid and heavy weight? liners?.
      In that type of weather, one needs to be mindful of time, exposure and results of sweat, wicking and managing body temp by regulation.
      Answered on 1/16/2017 4:15:17 PM by Tony B from Wandering
    • Answer Alico is wider across the foot, but shorter in length than many US brands. For example, I wear a 12 in most brands (Vasque, Danner, Hi-Tec), but 12 in Alico is too short.
      Answered on 12/13/2016 4:49:21 PM by RK from Wisconsin
    • Answer I take a 10 1/2 in most boots and am a EEE width. I ordered size 11 in these boots and they are fine but slightly on the larger side. I can easily wear a thin + thick sock combination in them. I think that these boots fit true to the sizing I'm used to in North America. It is difficult for me to determine your fit from what you have told me, since I have no experience with either Timberland or Asolo. I edged my size a half size larger due to my wide foot. If I were to guess, I would say to order 9-1/2.
      Answered on 12/13/2016 6:12:57 PM by James from British Columbia, Canada
    • Answer I have three pairs of Alico boots and in all three I wear a 1/2 size smaller than my other boots and sneakers. In Oboz I wear a 12 and in Irish Setter / Red Wings I wear a 12. I have 11-1/2 in all three Alico and they fit perfect. One thing I would recommend is changing out the insoles ASAP..... If you're wearing them around town, OK, if you plan on actually using them.... Change the insoles.
      Answered on 12/13/2016 6:37:35 PM by Gary from WV/VA
    • Answer To keep it simple, go to a shoe store and put your feet one at a time in a Brannock device, move the small pointer next to the ball of the foot and nestle it for best fit, check the pointer scale for size number, (see where the ball of the foot flexes?), then check the toe length, if your feet flex at a 9 1/2, and your toes are close to that, get a boot that flexes at the point of the ball. That point is where the foot flexes and the mechanics of the boot is designed to flex.
      If you do that and your foot has play inside the boot, try an insert for a more snug fit, that way, the mechanics of your feet and boot are the same length for the flex point where the foot bends. A half size either way and one may end up with fatigue after a short walk. Inserts or thicker socks can be a world of difference and comfort.
      Answered on 12/13/2016 8:12:35 PM by Tony B from wandering
    • Answer Alico boots run very close to true size. Suggest measure your feet accurately (online via printer or go to a real shoe shop. Get length and width, and measure both feet), and then order exactly that size. Note that the Alico boots are available in M and W (wide).
      Also, wear your preferred hiking socks when measuring your feet
      These boots need to be the right size, so worth the trouble
      Answered on 12/13/2016 9:26:27 PM by HiSport from NC
    • Answer I would go with a size 9. I feel that this would work best
      Answered on 12/15/2016 6:18:56 PM by Gearguy from southern INl
    • Answer I would go with a 9, adjust if needed with an insert for the sole, room for socks just in case. I really enjoy wearing this boot, with regular and medium wool socks all is well.
      Answered on 12/4/2016 3:33:27 PM by Tony B from Not lost, just wandering
    • Answer I feel that these are true to size. It looks like you wear an 8.5 in boots so I would stay with that. I wear a 14 and with these I am wearing 2 pair of socks and they fit perfect. I should also note that the 2 pair of socks are also due to me walking approx. 10 mile a day,"UPS" man, so they help with the pounding that I take. These are exceptional boots and you will like them a lot.
      Answered on 12/4/2016 4:42:38 PM by Gearguy from Southern IN.
    • Answer Sorry to be slow replying, it's a busy time. All I can say is that I take a 10 1/2 in most boots and am a EEE width. I ordered size 11 in these boots and they are fine but slightly on the larger side. I can easily wear a thin + thick sock combination in them. You'll have to judge for yourself.
      Answered on 12/11/2016 3:05:22 PM by James from British Columbia, Canada