I recently completed a weekend backpacking trip in the southwestern corner of Virginia in the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. Many know to it and refer to it as Grayson Highlands. 23 miles and two nights on the trail gave me the perfect opportunity to put the Lowa Renegade GTX Mid hiking boots to the test. Sneak peak: I didn’t break them in before the trip…
Click here to read my initial thoughts on the Lowa Renegade GTX® Mid boots.
The Lowa GTX Aerox Mid has performed admirably over the last few months. They have seen over 130 miles of trail from Mississippi to New Hampshire and have lived up to Lowa’s assertion that they are an “extremely breathable/waterproof, lightweight, do-it-all outdoor athletic shoe.” Read on for my full update.
Summer may officially be over, but Northern New England is still having some summer weather – and I am reluctant to let go. But, I finally updated some reviews. I spent early summer camping and hiking in Iceland with my daughter. The rest of the summer was spent on local trips, hiking mostly with my young dogs. The weather was cool, hot and humid, windy and just about everything in between.
Boots are an essential part of any outdoor kit and the innovation that continues to take place in the footwear industry almost rivals Moore’s law. I will be reviewing the Lowa Aerox Mid which has incorporated some of the newest technology from Gore and Lowa. Read on for my initial thoughts.