Lowa Renegade GTX® Mid|
March 20, 2013
Reviewer: Krysten from Boston
A great boot! Very comfortable!
Wears this shoe: Hiking
Lowa Bighorn Hunter G3 GTX®|
Best Big Game Hunting Boot Bar None
March 15, 2013
Reviewer: Doug from United States
The quality of this boot is superb and comfort is unprecedented, for me at least. My odyssey to find the most comfortable yet durable hunting boot that would serve me well on any excursion I may find myself on started a year and a half ago. I have tried Schnee's Beartooth, every Meindel boot that Cabelas sells, Danners, Lowa Tibets (old style), Lowa sheep hunters, Lowa hunters (yes there is a deference),Lowa Camino GTX (which are great boots and I now own 2 pair of them but they aren't a true hunting/backpacking boot), Kenetrek mountain extreme, 3 different kinds of Asolo, 3 different kind of Scarpas, and a pair of Zamberlan's. After all of that I can tell you these are the best of the best. They are expensive but they are worth every penny. Don't waist your money trying to find the perfect boot I have already done that for you. The Lowa Bighorn the boot all other boots wish they could be. Spend the money and try these boots you wont be disappointed.
Wears this shoe: Hunting and Backpacking
Lowa Zephyr Desert Mid TF|
Finally wore em out
January 26, 2013
Reviewer: TRRT from Northern hemisphere
I bought these boots a little over two years ago. Luckily I did some research and ordered a half size larger than I normally wear. They were very comfortable right out of the box. These were my first choice for a non-Gortex boot which would not be too warm in hot climates. If you are looking for a boot to keep your feet dry, buy the Gortex model. I only have two minor negative comments about the boot. The laces were terrible. They didn't slide easily through the eyelets and wore out easily. The laces suck, but it's an easy fix. My second complaint is that I think they are about the ugliest boot out there. Having said that, I bought a second pair. The soles finally wore out on the first pair and split across the ball of my foot. These boots were primarily worn in rugged rocky terrain with a lot of thorny vegetation. The sole was sticky enough to prevent slipping on rock faces. I never had a thorn pierce the sole and puncture my foot. Ankle support was adequate during extended humps, CQB, helo ops and standing around on the flat range. I feel as though I got my money's worth, as I really abused them. The only care I gave the boots was from the business end of a water hose. When I first examined them, I expected the sole to separate from the boot but it never did. I've read reviews from others who complain about separation, but mine held up well. Several of my buddies have them and no one has experienced a separation. Everyone loves these boots.
Wears this shoe: At work
Lowa Renegade III GTX Mid|
Worn for years
January 06, 2013
Reviewer: Pam from Spokane
I've had these for years and have hiked all over, steep, rocky, wet. In fact, I'm starting to think about my replacement pair, they've been stitched up once and the soles are getting thin. Thankfully, it appears they haven't changed anything. As to waterproofness, they have gotten wet a couple of times in extended wet conditions, but usually, they are fine. Walking through little creeks is not a problem. It is such a hassle having narrow feet, it is great to find a boot that is so comfortable on the trail all day long.
Wears this shoe: Hiking
Lowa Tempest QC|
Number of stars is meaningless....
August 21, 2012
Reviewer: Diane from West Boylston MA
I have an old, old pair of Tempest low cuts that were GREAT, but alas, these new mid-height Tempests seem to be built on an entirely different last that is far, far too narrow, even for my low volume feet. Too bad---it's a beautiful shoe, and I really wanted to keep this pair, but back it goes.
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