Customer Reviews Of:
Hanwag Chamdo Trail Shoes - Yak Leather (For Men)
Closeouts. An instant everyday classic to pound around on the trail or in town, Hanwag's Chamdo trail shoes show up your other leather shoes with highly durable, yet supple Tibetan Yak leather. The Vibram® Ultra Grip rubber outsole underneath lends durable traction and solid motion control.
Reviewed by manny from Boston, Ma. on Wednesday, January 9, 2013Put these on this morning and have not taken them off. Soo comfortable. I have trouble with shoes hurting my feet. But with these, no problem. Bought the size 10 to fit a 10.5 or 11. The tongue on the right foot is a little longer and moves to the right when wearing. the space on the bottom of the tongue after tying the right one is 1/4 inch more than the left one. Very surprized for such an expensive shoe. But they are so comfortable that I don't care.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MnM from Cincinnati, OH on Sunday, December 16, 2012Leather grain on a large panel differs significantly from shoe to shoe. Long scratch on one looks to have been repaired/ covered up at the factory. There are cobbler markings on both shoes. Poor visual quality control in a premium shoe. Maybe these were seconds? Otherwise, shoes feel great!!!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by G2 from Livermore, Ca on Monday, December 10, 2012Great shoes for a good price
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Big D from Bristol, CT on Thursday, November 29, 2012The shoes caught my eye because (1) the tibetan yak leather and (2) my German heritage. The leather is great, very thick and supple. The shoes and shoe box state, "Made in Europe". I know Germany is in Europe, but Hanwag makes shoes in several European countries. Nonetheless, they are a well designed, well made shoe. Very comfortable, except a little tight around pinky toe. I read 2 reviews from another reviewer of another Hanwag shoe. His first review states shoe was initially tight. Second review states that shoe became very comfortable. I am relying on these reviews and keeping shoes. Price from STP was too good to pass up.