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Alico Wind River Hiking Boots (For Men)

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Information about Alico Wind River Hiking Boots (For Men)
Closeouts. Alico Wind River hiking boots are handcrafted in Italy for terrain that's as rugged as their namesake Wyoming mountain range. The one-piece, full-grain leather upper and a leather lining makes this time-tested design a reliable performer, year after year.
  • One-piece, full-grain leather upper
  • Napa leather collar and tongue lining
  • Leather lining
  • Reinforced heel with leather overlay
  • Rust-resistant nickel D-rings and lace hooks
  • Nylon shank for support
  • Removable insole
  • Stiff, lugged Vibram® Zebru rubber outsole is crampon compatible and features high-profile sidewalls for traction and stability
  • Made in Italy
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide
Specs about Alico Wind River Hiking Boots (For Men)
  • Non-Insulated,Non-Waterproof
  • Upper: Leather
  • Lining: Leather
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: EVA
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber lugged
  • Height: 6"
  • Heel height: 1-1/2"
  • Weight (pair): 3 lb. 14 oz.
  • Made in Italy
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide

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Reviewed by Mtn Adventurer from mountains of western PA on Wednesday, March 19, 2014
First, as usual, compliments to Sierra Trading.

I own the Alico North Cape's, Guide's and now the Cortina, which, incidentally, I just ordered another pair for "inventory" :-)

All of the Alico boots are just incredible. However, each of them fits a bit differently. I have ordered the Summi... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by loves 2 ride 2 up from AR on Wednesday, April 23, 2014
    Beautiful well made boots with leather inside and out, deep lugged soles, nice long laces, they look so good you don't want to wear them outside. Gave then four stars because they were a tad too small. ordered 9 1/2 had to return for size 10. Love the quick exchange policy Sierra Trading Post has. Have not received the size 10 yet so I don't know if they will fit. The quality of the boots seem well worth the price.
  • Reviewed by Mtn Adventurer from mountains of western PA on Wednesday, March 19, 2014
    First, as usual, compliments to Sierra Trading.

    I own the Alico North Cape's, Guide's and now the Cortina, which, incidentally, I just ordered another pair for "inventory" :-)

    All of the Alico boots are just incredible. However, each of them fits a bit differently. I have ordered the Summit, Backcountry and Wind-River. They were all a little wide, but all were very true to length. I'm a snug 11M in length, but 11.5M is a tad long, but it's what I wear now as my foot is flattening. Consequently, if you are a full D width and you are not in a between size like I am, you may be able to wear the Summit's, Backcountry and Wind-River.

    This past time, I ordered the Cortina's and Wind-River boots. I sent the Wind-River's back because they were a tad too wide and I knew that with wear they would stretch a bit. I did a write-up for the Cortina's that I kept and actually ordered another pair, see my notes below that I just copied and pasted to this review. I will make a few comments about the Wind-River's, however since I have seen them and tried them on. Great boot, a little less stable than the Cortina, but better for everyday light to medium hiking. They have the "Alpi???" water resistant leather (see my notes below). Fit was very true to length and a nice full D width, so if you have a full foot, don't hesitate to get them; it's the Cortina's I'd worry about, which run a little more narrow.

    From my Cortina review for reference: One word of caution on the Cortina's. The toe box and actually, the entire shoe is a bit more narrow than the rest of the line that I have tried. It seems, too, to be more narrow than normal between the heel and before your foot enters the toe box. I walked in the house quite a bit before giving them the heads-up because with the heavy rand, they aren't going to budge much. But now that I'm breaking them in, I think that they're going to be one of my favorite heavy-duty hikers. The support is just awesome. Good Italian boots like this are becoming rarer and rarer; I ordered another pair for later years.

    One thing that they don't mention in the Cortina specs is that they are "Perwanger" leather. If you are not familiar with this tannery and process, research it. Great water repellent leather. The Guide's are, too, but they are even heavier in leather thickness. Several models of Alico's are leather lined, which is fabulous. You can't line a boot in leather and have Gore-Tex, too, but with the Perwanger leather, you get the best of both worlds. Oh, and the other leather lined Alico boots have another type of water resistant leather (Alpin???); all are great, but Perwanger is special. Note that you use silicone based products on these leathers, NOT oil based. Silicone is used in the tanning process. I use Natur-seal by Red Wing.

    Lastly, I have been adding sole softec footbeds to my boots when I can (Sierra item #4284B). I have them now in the Cortina's, Guide's and an old school pair of Vasque boots that I still wear.

    Get the Italian boots while you can!!





  • Reviewed by Karl from Wyoming on Thursday, October 24, 2013
    These are a solid pair of well constructed boots. Have not had them long but am very impressed with the performance and overall design of the boot. Seem to run a little large for me had to switch 10.5 for 10, no problem with STP returns though! These boots are going to take months to truly "break in", which to me is a sign that they will be a very durable boot in the long run, which I am fine with and expected. I've been hiking a couple miles at a time in them to start and they hold their own in their namesake mountains. Great buy from STP

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