Information about Columbia Sportswear Peakfreak Enduro Trail Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. Take on the great outdoors like a pro in Columbia Sportswear's Peakfreak Enduro trail shoes. With a lightweight, foot-securing design and multi-directional lugged outsole, this is a hiker's dream.
Mesh upper with stability-enhancing overlays
TechLite® cushioned midsole
Protective toe bumper
Omni-Grip® non-marking traction outsole with aggressive tread
Reviewed by palmsprings_shirl from Southern California on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Lightweight but good firm support. I use these to walk the TramWay trail here in Palm Springs Calif. This is a 3.5 mile hike that goes up to 3000ft in elevation. These are comfortable, sturdy and light weight. They fit true to size.
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Reviewed by Lina88 from Seattle on Friday, September 12, 2014
First I tried size 9.5, my usual in athletic shoes. They were too long, the kind of fit where you trip over the extra toe room by the end of the day. So I exchanged them for size 9, which seemed better, but not for long. The 9 rubbed my pinky toes. Add in the stiff feel of the shoe, limited cushioning, and "just fine" styling (not cute, not ugly), and it was a relief to decide to return them. If you have a narrow foot and need firm support, these might work for you.
Reviewed by hikergal from Arkansas on Thursday, July 10, 2014
I loved the way this shoe fit everywhere EXCEPT across the toe bed. I am a true 9 with a narrow foot but not narrow enough for this shoe. I truely would have to remove my pinky toes for them to have fit, that is how narrow they were.
Reviewed by DMF from California on Saturday, April 05, 2014
I love Columbia hiking shoes. I bought 3 pairs of Pagora in 9.5 in the past, and they were all comfortable from day one, although the 3rd pair was slightly smaller than the others. This to outline that there might be differences from box to box of the same size. That said, the Peakfreak Enduro are too narrow for me. I ordered them along with the Whitney Ridge, and taking them out of the box it was shocking to see how narrow the Peakfreak are comparing to the other model. I had bunion surgery 3 months ago, and I need very comfortable and soft shoes. The Whitney Ridge did it for me. I wore them the next day at work and it felt like walking on a cloud all day. ThePeakfreak still feel high quality and have a good support, but it felt like I had to break them in, and that does not work for me at this time. I am exchanging them, and I wish STP had the Whitney in more colors.