Closeouts. Burly enough for the rough trails, but lightweight and cushioned enough for those long-day hikes, Patagonia's Nine Trails trail shoes are the easy-going, breathable and supportive answer to an active foot's prayers.
Reviewed by PPekka from Denver on Saturday, April 20, 2013
I am using the shoes for walking, running errands. Other reviews were accurate when they said shoes were snug when putting on but comfortable once on. Ordered via Android phone app with no problem. Shoes are nice looking.
Reviewed by shoe buff from Oregon on Wednesday, March 14, 2012
I wear these shoes for everyday wear. They have a snug fit but not too small once I get my foot in. I have a high arch and the way they are constructed with mesh between the tongue and laces makes a bit of struggle to get my foot in. They are very light weight compared to trail shoes I have had before. And they make my feet look smaller than most shoes.
Best Uses: All Weather Conditions, Everyday, Mixed Terrain, Paved Trails
Reviewed by Nana from Lansdale, PA on Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Very comfortable and lightweight. Only minor complaint is that it's a little difficult to get my foot into the shoe--restricted opening. However, once my foot is in the shoe it is very comfortable, even for my wide foot.
Reviewed by Kentgram from Winthrop, MA on Monday, January 30, 2012
These hikers you can barely get on due to a weird "stretch" fabric over the laces. It does not budge. Once you get your foot inside, the footbed is so stiff and hard. Hiking would be a chore. I had to spend them back. Oh well
Best Uses: None
Cons: Footbed too stiff, Poor Cushioning, Uncomfortable, Very difficult to put on