Grisport Sarentino Hiking Shoes - Waterproof (For Men)
About Grisport Sarentino Hiking Shoes - Waterproof (For Men)
Closeouts. These hefty, protective Grisport Sarentino hiking shoes protect your feet out on the trail and through any muddy, wet valleys you come across with a waterproof breathable Gritex membrane, lugged Vibram® rubber outsole, and a tough leather and Cordura® nylon upper. The perforated insole and breathable fabric lining encourages better airflow around your feet to keep moisture under control.
Specs about Grisport Sarentino Hiking Shoes - Waterproof (For Men)
- Waterproof (All)
- Waterproof materials: Gritex waterproof membrane
- Gusseted tongue
- Upper: Leather and synthetic
- Lining: Cordura®
- Removable insole
- Outsole: Vibram® rubber
- Heel height: 1-1/4"
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 6 oz.
- All specs based on size 10
- Made in Italy
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Grisport Sarentino Hiking Shoes - Waterproof (For Men)Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dead from National Capitol area on Saturday, December 23, 2017Appear to be as ordered though I've not yet put them to the test. Look to be handsome, rugged Hiking Shoes
UncomfortableVerified Buyer Reviewed by Bob from Oregon on Sunday, October 22, 2017Appear to be well made and supportive, but the toebox is shallow and a bit narrow. Also, the metal eyelet near the toe dug into my foot. Returned them immediately.
Great shoeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Justin from Colorado on Thursday, August 3, 2017I bought these before a trip to Alaska where I used them extensively to hike in tough wet weather and conditions. I also used them in Colorado for a number of long hikes. I like 'em. Comfortable, stylish and rugged. Good light hiking shoes.
Great shoesVerified Buyer Reviewed by Garret from MN on Tuesday, July 25, 2017I wanted a low, waterproof shoe that I didn't have to retie every time I put them on. These look good, fit well, and seem like they may last a long time.
Review TitleReviewed by Radio63 from The Crosstimbers on Sunday, July 16, 2017This review is based on first impressions, having only owned these shoes for one day.
Visually, the shoes are aesthetically pleasing: the leather is sturdy and attractive; the lining is plush and well applied; the lace hooks appear strong and well anchored; the soles seem rugged with a variety of treads at good depth. I don't particularly appreciate the three pieces of brand advertising on the side of each shoe, especially the bright yellow "Vibram," but being a walking billboard seems to appeal to most consumers.
Because of the quality materials and construction, the shoes initially feel solid and pleasing on the foot, but be warned that the forefoot is very firm, almost rigid (probably due to the heavy soles), and you're going to want to have time to break them in gradually before setting off on the trail. The shoes feel very good on the foot, but initially walking is a little constricted due to the rigidity.
I normally wear an 8.5 street shoe, but I like my hikers a little large to accomodate heavy socks while allowing for ample toe space. The 42s I received seem perfect in this regard. My feet seem to be a standard "medium" width, and I find these boots to be appropriately snug in the heel with very nice extra space in the toe box (very necessary when hiking down hills or on rough terrain).
My big complaint, which leads to the four-stars, is the fit around the ankle. I prefer hiking shoes to hiking boots because I don't like chafing around the ankles; due to the construction of these shoes, both the tongue and the side area near the lace do indeed rub my ankle somewhat (not as much as a boot, of course, but there nonetheless). The side "scoop" to go below the ankle is too close to the rear of the shoe; as a result, the low point of the side is behind my ankle bone, rising again too quickly and causing the rub. A small design adjustment would have alleviated this difficulty.
Whether these shoes work out to be "great" or only "good" will depend in large part on the nature of their breaking in, both in time and in degree. If the reach suppleness relatively quickly and throughout, they'll be great. But if the break in becomes a perpetual issue and if the sides around the ankle maintain their new shoe rigidity, I'm going to find these less than ideal.
Sizing is a ProblemReviewed by Snowman from Michigan on Thursday, July 13, 2017So, originally, I purchased 44s. That normally translates to a 10 1/2. In a European shoe, I often find that the shoe is too narrow. Why a European foot would be narrower than an American foot, I can't even begin to explain. Maybe it's the French fries in the standard American diet that makes our feet fatter. In any case, the shoes arrive and I put them on. They're a 1/2 size too big; but, there's no problem with the width. I'm thrilled, even though there's a $2.50 return cost, because the shoe is well made, waterproof and fully leather. One size down should fit fine. So, back they go for a 1/2 size smaller. The 43s arrived today. I put them on and the length is perfect; but, what? too tight. I loosen the laces on both shoes to see if they can become comfortable. Over the last 3 hours, my feet have fallen asleep twice and now they're aching to get out of these Italian jobs. My heart is broken (but better than broken feet). These shoes are going back, too. But, you're so good looking and so well put together. Honest, honey, it's not you, it's me.
great shoeReviewed by Gov from Helendale on Saturday, July 8, 2017Very comfortable right out of the box. Sturdy, light weight and good looking too. I haven't really tested them on the trail yet but so far they seem to have supior support and comfort
Nice Shoe, but a little mis-sized.Reviewed by Snowman from Detroit on Thursday, July 6, 2017I'm pretty consistently a 10 1/2 D. So that makes mine about a 44 Euro-sized foot. Normally, I don't have problems with the length, but I find European sized shoes are quite narrow. With these Italian hiking boots I'm faced with the opposite problem. The width is fine, but the length seems to be a 1/2 size too long. So I measured them alongside my fine fitting North Face hikers, size 10 1/2 (44 1/2). Sure enough, these 44s are longer by a smidgeon. Will size 43 fit? We'll see. They're well made and comfortable for around-the-house walking. But, as you know, it's not a good idea to have poorly fitting hiking boots (or. hiking shoes) for those more rugged hikes where your toes are slamming into the end of the toe box on steep downhills.
This is how all shoes should be made.Verified Buyer Reviewed by Colorado John from Colorado on Friday, June 30, 2017Rarely have I ever put on a new pair that feels as comfortable immediately like this pair of shoes. I also really like the Vibram soles on this pair of shoes.The rubber is much harder and will give long wear and great traction. Lately, it seems like most of the hiking shoes come with really soft rubber that wears out really fast and I end up throwing away the shoes even though the upper part of the shoes are still in good shape. I liked my first pair of shoes so much that I ordered two more pairs.
great shoesVerified Buyer Reviewed by Funk from Michigan on Monday, June 26, 2017Well made sturdy shoes that fit well and look like they'll last a long time. A little heavy but that just makes the workout better.
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