Closeouts. Columbia Sportswear's Pathgrinder Low trail shoes feature waterproof breathable OutDry® technology and an Omni-Grip® traction outsole, so you can wear them on the trail, in the rain or in the snow, and come home with dry feet.
Reviewed by JET from Minnesota on Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Looks good. I'm only 2 weeks into wearing this pair, but the tongue on mine seems to have some extra material--to tie the shoes tight, it causes a weird 'rub point' that is creating blisters. Hopefully this goes away after the pair gets more broken in.
Reviewed by sore sole from Southern California on Thursday, January 9, 2014
They seem well made, a bit stiff right now but am breaking them in. The size ran consistent with my experience of running shoes. They fit well on my feet and so far the breaking in wearing has gone well. A bit heavier than I expected, but if they hold up then that won't be a problem. Not very attractive color, but I suspect they will get dirty and look like other pairs of hiking shoes I have worn. First pair of Columbia shoes, normally I stick to Brooks.
Reviewed by USAFA92 from Michigan on Saturday, August 10, 2013
These shoes took a couple days to break in. I've worn them daily for two weeks now and they are very comfortable. The soles group the terrain well. I usually wear a size 12 and these shoes are true to that size.