Information about Columbia Sportswear PeakFreak Low OutDry® Trail Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. Columbia Sportswear's PeakFreak Low trail shoes combine the chassis of a running shoe with ultra-stable hiking shoe construction and the weather protection of an OutDry® waterproof breathable membrane.
Named one of Outside magazine's "Top 6 Adventure Shoes" for 2012
OutDry® waterproof breathable membrane
Abrasion-resistant mesh upper
TechLite® Fit system features a soft internal core surrounded by a supportive frame
TechLite® forefoot stone shield for protection
Removable Contour Comfort footbed
TechLite® FluidFrame midsole features progressively denser construction for outstanding midfoot stability and support
Omni-Grip® rubber outsole with strategically placed traction lugs
Reviewed by Mountain Girl from Asheville, NC on Thursday, August 01, 2013
I wore these on a 5 mile hike, on rocky terrain, right out of the box. No break-in time needed. Waterproof, lightweight, so comfortable and at an incredible price. I read about these in Outdoor magazine and almost paid $150, until I found them on STP for 70% less!! Yah! I love these shoes an...
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Reviewed by Ellen in NM from Albuquerque on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Just received these today. The fit is true to size. They proved waterproof (held under a cold shower for 1-2 minutes). They are comfortable but more stiff than I expected given my everyday comfort shoes. The Mud/Berry color is pretty nice and neutral. Overall, these look like good shoes.
Reviewed by Sheila from PA aka 4 seasons Winter Weather State on Monday, January 20, 2014
I love them! I have the purple/grey color combo and a little dirt will go unseen (: I am a mother of two boys, we practically live outside, and I am active. We live in PA. We pretty much see all 4 seasons in Winter. Therefore we have single digits one week, Florida weather the next and mud until the next freeze! I were these pretty much all the time!
I gave these shoes a 5 star rating because of these Pros:
Lightweight - for the waterproof/trail attributes I would expect them to be this weight. Not really noticeable for me. I am used to med weight footwear.
Waterproof(don't go wading!) - Deeper puddles will get closer to the top of the gusset and get into the shoe.
Material - seems like good quality, they have a fun mix of texture. We'll see how they hold up!
Sturdy - they have nice support over the whole shoe. Not sure what the support is made of, so over time we'll see how well they hold up.
Arch Support - I have a higher arch and I get pain when an arch is TOO high or low. These seem to give my feet great flexibility.
Gription - Grip and traction is GREAT!! I was running a couple day ago in snow and icy roads and they were perfect!!
Cons? None so far, but I will update if something changes.
For the price of these shoes I am happy. If you are willing to pay more you may find a lighter weight shoe with trail/running/waterproof attributes.
On the fence? Go for it!! You will not be disappointed when you go for a run and come back with warm and dry feet!
Reviewed by Tahoe Gal from Homewood, CA on Sunday, December 08, 2013
When I pulled them out of the box I noticed how stiff the sole is. I was concerned about that until I walked around in them. They are perfect for the snowy cold Tahoe winters! I love them! They are very comfortable, great traction, waterproof in the snow (as long as the snow isn't deeper than the shoe without gaiters) and fit true to size. I want another pair!
Reviewed by Rutager from Fort Worth on Saturday, December 07, 2013
I bought a pair Of Columbia OutDry shoes several months ago and I am very impressed with them. The waterproof shoes such as OutDry feel like they are a sturdier shoe. I know different shoes for different situations, but I like the sturdy feel of OutDry. And when you can get them at great prices that is a double bonus. I hope my daughter enjoys them as much as I enjoy my pair.