After retiring from the Dutch Air Force and moving to England in the mid-1970s, the enterprising Frank Van Wezel decided to create the world’s first pair of Hi-Tec shoes designed specifically for playing squash. The idea was a hit, and it wasn’t long before Frank’s company had grown to include a full selection of Hi-Tec boots, shoes and sandals. Today, after nearly four decades of footwear innovation, Hi-Tec hiking boots, tennis shoes and sneakers deliver the best mix of support, comfort and style for people who live for adventure.
Reviewed by Jer -Bear from SE Georgia on Thursday, October 8, 2015
Third attempt to get a good waterproof hiking shoe to keep feet dry on early morning walks through wet grass. These pass that test well. This is a sturdy shoe that is the bottom of the boot version. Easy on and off. Only downside is the stiffness of the gussetted tongue which when tightened causes uncomfortable pressure on top of foot. May improve when fully broken in. Thicker sock helps. Will keep them
Reviewed by Joe P from CO on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
they look good in the picture, but these just don't have the look and feel of anything i want to spend a lot of time in. for everyday shoes to work in the yard or walking in the park, they're fine and reasonably priced. i wouldn't count on these to hold up on any kind of hike that was more than a mile from the trailhead
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
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