Nestled within the Italian Alps, the Dolomites are known for jagged peaks and deep crevasses that have challenged climbers for centuries. Alico boots are crafted by artisans who have perfected their craft in this awe-inspiring region. The rugged terrain has inspired an equally rugged line of boots designed for cross country skiing, telemarking and trekking. Alico boots are made from oil-tanned, water resistant leather with moisture-wicking linings and state-of-the-art comfort. So whether your outdoor sport takes you to nosebleed altitudes or below-timberline t ... Learn more about Alicorails, Italian-made Alico boots provide the stability, torsion control and traction your feet need to make it to trail's end. ... Less
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Alico Tahoe Hiking Boots (For Men) in Dark Brown - Closeouts
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Alico Summit Backpacking Hiking Boots (For Men) in Brown - Closeouts
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Alico New Guide Mountaineering Hiking Boots (For Men) in Brown - Closeouts
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Alico Wind River Hiking Boots (For Men) in Brown - Closeouts
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Alico Backcountry Hiking Boots - Leather (For Men) in Brown - Closeouts
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Alico North Cape Wellington Boots - Shearling Lining (For Men) in Brown - Closeouts
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Alico Backcountry Hiking Boots - Leather (For Women) in Brown - Closeouts
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Alico Cortina Backpacking Boots (For Men) in Red/Black - Closeouts
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Alico Glide Backcountry Touring Ski Boots - 3-Pin (For Women) in Black - Closeouts
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Alico Telemark Ski Boots - Mod Double - 3-Pin (For Men) in Black - Closeouts
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Alico Backcountry Touring Nordic Ski Boots - 3-Pin (For Men) in Black - Closeouts
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  • Reviewed by Bullfrog from Blue Ridge mountains of VA on Thursday, July 31, 2014
    After a week of hiking steep rocky terrain in Acadia this summer I decided (given my age and feet) that I needed a more robust boot with better ankle support than my modern lightweight hiking shoes with glued on soles were delivering. I started thinking back to my first pair of serious hiking boots that I got while still in high school back in the mid seventies - a pair of leather Norwegian welt Vasques with stiff vibram soles that I bought at the original EMS store on Commonwealth Ave in Boston (what a cool store back then). Those puppies were with me through many multi-day backpacking trips in my teens and twenties and went many miles before getting resoled and put back in duty. Truth be told, I'd maybe still have them today were it not for buying into the lightweight, cooler, more waterproof, synthetic hiking shoes and boots that started to appear and replace the old-school leather handcrafted boots of the day. After doing some research online this summer and even thinking about ordering a pair of custom Limmer boots (and a 2 year wait!) I decided to give the Alicos a try - kind of a no brainer given the cost of admission.

    My feet are about dead-on size eleven with medium width when measured, so I went ahead and ordered a pair of Tahoes in that size that I received this week. First of all, I can't believe that it is possible to even buy a new boot of this quality (i.e., given materials, design and workmanship) at the current closeout price (especially with great discount on top of that). These are easily ~$300 boots in my opinion. I was absolutely delighted to put them on with my favorite mid weight hiking socks and realize that they fit like they were made for my feet. Granted, everyone's feet are different so YMMV but I'd have to say that these are about as true to size as I could expect (relieved I have no need to send them back for another size). The final proof will be revealed after a few weeks of hiking in the Blue Ridge this summer and fall but these seem to be just what I was looking for - a light to mid weight leather boot with great support and stability for my feet. As expected based on what others have said, I plan to replace the stock insoles with some Superfeet (maybe the Copper - I think I've got the volume for this). Also, it already seems as though the Tahoes will be pretty easy to break in.

    I went back and forth on whether to get the Summits instead but I'm glad that I went with the Tahoes. I think they will give me what I want for day trips with a hydration pack for scrambling up rocky trails and bouldering around.

    So far I am very pleased with this purchase and I'm really quite amazed that this type of handcrafted quality and modern design in a leather Norwegian welt can be had at this price. I'm not so sure I'll need to keep lusting after those Limmers....
  • Reviewed by kds from North Carolina on Thursday, July 31, 2014
    Bought these for hubby and he loves them. They are very good quality, fit true to size, and provide a great deal of support for his feet and ankles. The only con is that they are slippery on wet surfaces, but all in all he loves them.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hikeallegheny from Michigan on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
    I got these boots for my everyday boot. They have been comfortable out of the box. I think they only took a day or so of wearing them to start to break in. A little more time and the tongue should be loosened up and comfortable. Over all the boot is a little heavier then the Asolo's they are replacing, but I that's to be expected with a full leather boot. Overall I'm very pleased with the boot so far.
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