|09-24-2019 05:52 AM|
|09-24-2019 03:21 AM|
If you donít mind actual hiking boots (and the weight), LL Beanís Cresta Hikers have worked for me. Winter in Northern MI and summers in the Australian outback.
First set lasted several years of near constant use, current set is about nine years old (only gets used on weekends mostly) and is starting to show their age and I have a new pair sitting in a closet.
|09-23-2019 10:57 PM|
|09-23-2019 10:53 PM|
|tracyb||weird, i had to click on it twice same ^|
|09-23-2019 10:12 PM|
|09-23-2019 08:44 PM|
Anywho the boot model I wear is the 800ST. Best thing about them is you can run in them.
|09-23-2019 08:12 PM|
|Norm||Take a look at whites hiker, the USA made danners are still good, but whites are rebuildable.|
|09-23-2019 07:58 PM|
|Weasel||I like my Lowa's, have like 8 sets.|
|09-23-2019 07:55 PM|
|09-23-2019 07:51 PM|
|Pat McRotch||I'm a big fan of Thorogood boots. USA made and every pair I've owned are very comfortable.|
|09-23-2019 07:40 PM|
I just got a set of these to replace my old bellville 800s.
After breaking them in they are like couches for your feet.
They are very well insulated, so the hot weather version may be more your flavor.
|09-23-2019 07:30 PM|
I'm old and want some leather boots that are not hipster
I can do 9 miles on concrete a day I have been running a Merrel Moab vented for that. I also like to hike some for an old fat guy ( 3 miles an hour). My feet sweat in summer but don't care for wet feet in winter.
These may be mostly for weekends but I want it to be the last set of boots I buy so looking for the best. I know there are a lot of boot threads on here but they go from one extreme to the other .