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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Vitaprime from Reno on Friday, May 18, 2018
    These are an excellent old school, full leather hiking boot. I hike in the Sierra's outside of Reno. Much of the elevation gain is on hard pan with loose rock. The thick Vibram sole (there is no substitute for Vibram) provides excellent protection from impact and abrasions. These are heavier than the lighter hiking boots ( I have Merrill and Keen) and aren't as pure waterproof (I'd call these highly water resistant) but are an excellent all around boot. Provides excellent toe protection. As with most Euro boots, these tend to run narrow. I ended up a half size long and a wide size and they fit perfect. Bought mine on clearance @ $ 109.00 but are easily worth at least $ 150.00. I see at least another couple of pairs of Alicos in my future.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ken Landscaper from Scarborough Maine on Monday, May 14, 2018
    I have been buying these boots repeatedly for years. When I wear out one I buy another. They break in so easily. I'm not sure I have ever had a blister. That is why I keep coming back. I wear these for my landscaping work. I have purchased the Guide version of this boot before which is much stiffer. If you need more support that is the one I would get, but know that it will take some time to break in.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by SemperFi_Patriot from Georgia on Sunday, May 13, 2018
    This is now my third purchase of Alico Boots. I assure you that there is not another brand that compares. Now... know that you will pay more, because they are high quality leather and materials, Italian designed and manufactured. If you are fortunate and can afford even the regular Sierra Trading price, then buy them. They sell elsewhere for much higher prices. I have taken my chances and waited until a clearance price is posted. But, you really do take a leap of faith your size will be available when they go on clearance. A purchase of any style Alico boot is well worth it.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by southcape from Wilmington, nc on Tuesday, May 8, 2018
    These are very high quality boots. Stiff at first, however quickly break in to become an amazing work boots. Fit half size smaller then normal. You can tell as soon as you pick these boots up they are truly a higher level quality then most.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by David from SE Connecticut on Tuesday, May 8, 2018
    I bought three pair of mid-weight hiking boots, expected to pick the best made, best-fitting pair and return the other two. In the end, I chose these boots over Merrill and Asolo. I wear an 11 Wide and the Merrill (beautiful!) weren't wide enough and the Asolo's didn't seem to be up to the Alico's build quality.

    Why did I buy a second pair? Well, I have had these boots for a year and hike weekly with a 30-40 pound pack. Excellent woods boots! However, I just spent 10-days camping in the high deserts of north-western Nevada and these boots were incredible. Snow, rain, mud--all good. Super comfy, laughed at the razor-sharp shale that sliced TWO of my SUV's tires. Came home, washed them, treated them and they look almost factory-fresh. These boots are remarkable! Buy them, but buy two pair because I think Sierra is the only distributor and who knows how long availability will last.
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