Tagged: hiking boots

Salomon Quest 4D 2 GTX

Salomon Quest 4D 2 GTX Review

Springtime hiking in Central Oregon presents every conceivable weather condition, often during a single outing. Snow, rain, sun and winds sweep through in waves. Terrain also can vary over short distances. Arid, high-desert volcanic...

Keen Revel II Boot Review

It’s easy to judge a boot by its cover, and I’m guilty of a prejudice that thankfully stops here. When Keen’s first products like their popular water shoe came to market, I had a...

Oboz Traverse Mid Boot Review

The Oboz Traverse Mid boot was my first experience with Oboz and I’m happy to say it was a very positive one.  The Traverse Mid is an excellent mid weight/height hiking boot and offers...

Keen Bryce Mid WP Top

Keen Bryce Mid WP Hiking Boots

The new KEEN Bryce Mid WP hiking boot is a go anywhere, do anything lightweight, waterproof, breathable hiker. I’ve taken these out on several short adventures and have been pleased with their comfort, support,...

Keen Delta Boot Review

  If you are in the market for an all-weather, winter hiking boot, take note.   The new Delta Boot by KEEN is made for both men and women, and is a very capable...

Ruff Wear Bark’n Boots Grip Trex Review

A few years ago, we headed down to Great National Sand Dunes National Park in early May. We figured we could get out early in the morning with the dogs and hike around, before...

Oboz Firebrand ii Review

Obōz (pronounce it with a long “o”) is a cool little company out of Bozeman, Montana that takes their outdoor footwear seriously. The company was not one I was familiar with, so I couldn’t...