Wish I could answer that question, but haven't worn them in such an environment. They have nice treads, assume they will provide good traction hiking. Honestly, I have been hiking for many years, but I avoid hiking on wet slipper surfaces no matter what type of shoes I am wearing. Most hikes will warn to stay off of trails with slick surfaces if they are wet; I head that warning and stay on flat surfaces that are not slippery. I have come to hike with Yak Traks in my bag in case of icy surfaces, this has been a life saver!
This boot should have pretty good traction, however, as with most of these boots, it very much depends on the individual surface that you are on as to how the traction will be. i.e. slick rocks, dirt trail, pavement