Tag Archives: Hiking Boots

Final Update Salewa Mountain Trainer Boots

Salewa Mountain Trainer Boots

Relaxing at the top of the Devil’s Marbleyard in the Jefferson National Forest

I have put another 80 miles on the Salewa Mountain Trainer boots since my last update hiking in the mountains of Virginia and the swamps of Louisiana.  These boots have easily handled all the terrain I encountered while protecting my feet.  Click HERE for my final thoughts.

Final Update on the KEEN Liberty Ridge Women’s Boots

Keen Liberty Ridge Read about my experiences wearing the KEEN Liberty Ridge Women’s Boots over the past three months.


Wolverine Sentinel Hiking Boots

Review by Arnie P

Wolverine Sentinel Hiking Boots

Wolverine Sentinel Hiking Boots

The Sentinel hiking boots were provided by Wolverine for review purposes.

The Sentinel are made in USA, with Horween leather uppers, Vibram outsoles, and Gore-Tex waterproof membrane lining.  The Sentinel comes in widths EW and M in men’s sizes 7 to 12 in half sizes and 13 and 14.  The available color is: Brown.  In my experience, being able to pick a width for any shoe has become the exception.  To read more.


Update: Hi-Tec Total Terrain Areo Mid Boots

Hi-Tec Total Terrain Areo Mid Boots During the past month I wore the Hi-Tec Total Terrain Aero Mid Boots while on two fitness hikes (4 miles each) and on two longer day-hikes (8 miles each).

See how I am enjoying these boots and if they are working out for me.

By Jenn K.

Ladies are you looking for a pair of all terrain hiking shoes?

Hi-Tec Total Terrain The Hi-Tec Total Terrain Aero Mid Women’s Shoe is a new addition to the Hi-Tec shoe line-up. These hiking shoes are a waterproof, mid-height shoe.

Read more here.

By Jenn K.


Bogs Copperhead Final Update

Bogs Copperhead Final Update

author wading across the creek in the holler behind my house

I have contained to wear the Bogs Copperhead boots quite a bit over the past month and a half, mostly while dayhiking and on one kayaking trip.  I still have not ran across any snakes.  I also wore them several more times while working on clearing some brush in an overgrown wooded area.  The only real problem I have experienced is that it has been unseasonably warm during this time.  February is normally our coldest month, but since my last update in mid February it has not even gotten below freezing, and many days have seen a high in the upper 70s to low 80s F.  To read the rest of the update please click here.

Coy Boy