Reviewed by Pocahontas from All Over, Michigan on Wednesday, September 7, 2011
I used these hiking boots during a backpacking trip in the Rocky Mountains. The boots exceeded my expectations in terms of comfortability- I didn't get a chance to break them in before the trip but didn't get any blisters. My feet are wide and my shoe size ranges from a 7 - 8, I ordered a 7.5 and my...
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Reviewed by Hiker enthusiast from Virginia on Thursday, December 5, 2013
Got these because it's a good brand and the price tag helps. It's true to size and good for those with narrow feet. The color in the pic is greenish but the shoes are actually grey. It's not a big deal though.
Reviewed by Jake from LA on Monday, October 21, 2013
I had something similar for which I paid twice the price. I'm not crazy about the color combination but it's worth it to me for the value. I've had two other pairs of Vasque and I haven't had any problems.
Reviewed by Happy Hiker from MA on Monday, September 2, 2013
My feet are not easy to fit. Bunions, high instep, in between a 7.5 and 8. And I am a hiker. These Vasque boots are as close to ideal as it gets. They need virtually no breaking in. They hold my ankles stable. And they are supremely comfortable. I believe they run very slightly on the short side, as the 8 just gives me enough wiggle room with medium-weight socks.
Reviewed by raindanceATX from Texas on Thursday, August 29, 2013
Delivery: I received them only 3 business days after I ordered them.
I tried them during a 2.5 hour hiking on a somewhat rugged route.
The sole was thick enough so that my feet didn't feel the small rocks on the road and they weren't as heavy as I thought would be.
But it could use more cushion on the toe part. It was a bit hard so around 2 hours into the hiking, my toes were hurting.
I'll probably get a pair of insoles before I go on a longer hiking.
Overall, I think these are good quality hiking shoes for the money.