Six boots to keep you going over every type of trail.
There are plenty of concessions to minimalism in Keen’s new CNX series
Hikers accustomed to next to no padding will love the low-to-the-ground feel and flexible fabric upper of the Proterra.
The thin canvas upper on these 7.7-ounce approach shoes gives less lateral support than the others have, but it’s still plenty for long approaches to peaks in the wilderness.
Salomon added two polyurethane strips to the outsole of these rockered, mesh-uppered kicks, so they’re not only surprisingly airy at 13.8 ounces, but also stiff and supportive enough to carry medium-...
These 9.5-ounce Tevas feature a rounded heel that encourages hikers (or runners) to land midfoot, forcing a forward-leaning position.
Let your soles toughen up before taking the Spyridons on long hikes or strapping on a heavy pack.
The best-in-test shoe for hiking and trail running.
Good looking and virtually indestructable.
A pared-down, go-fast shoe with casual looks.
All-season, everyday drivers.
One of the most versatile shoes out there.
Has a pronounced arch, plus best-in-class fit and bite.
Seriously tough, with great support for a relatively lightweight boot.