Closeouts. Bringing the ruggedness of trail shoes to the streets, Patagonia's Hog Tie shoes feature a durable stain- and abrasion-resistant leather upper, and a low-profile Vibram® outsole for exceptional traction.
Reviewed by Too Tall from Charleston, SC on Friday, February 15, 2013
I usually wear a 12.5 or 13. I ordered a 13 but it was too small, returned it for the 14, these fit fine. Definitely not too big. Only had them for a few weeks, but they're breaking in nicely. They look better in person than they do online, too! They seem well constructed, so I'm expecting them to last! Plus, Vibram soles are always a good thing.....
Reviewed by al from oak park from michigan on Monday, January 7, 2013
I needed to purchase a solid pair of walking shoes for an overseas visit. These came well recommended and the price was right but they are small. Others have already said that they need to be broken in but even after that period, they run small. Too bad there was not other size available or I would have exchanged them. I will still recommend them but order 1/5 size larger than stated.
Reviewed by TER from Madison WI on Sunday, December 23, 2012
I bought these shoes because I was looking for something that looked good when I am in the office area, where I have a desk because I am an engineer. I also spend a lot of time on the production floor trouble-shooting and failure analysis. I spend a lot of time on my feet, and the support these give me makes the day more comfortable.
Reviewed by Dr John from Wisconsin on Friday, November 9, 2012
Shoes are lightweight, but feel kind of cheap. They are stiff and the soles are not very supportive. great traction and the vibram pattern is good. Seems well constructed, just doesn't feel like Patagonia quality, more like Kmart quality.