Ahnu Moraga OXT - Hiking Shoes: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Ahnu Moraga OXT - Hiking Shoes: Reviews

   Photo: Inga Hendrickson

Mud Control

Tromping through sludgy puddles on the Appa­lachian Trail, the Moraga's combination of a waterproof upper and snug-fitting gusseted tongue easily kept slop at bay. That was to be expected. What really impressed us was its bite. The Moraga's toothy outsole shed the glop and provided plenty of stability and grip, whether you're rock-hopping streams or, like one tester, overland trekking in Tanzania. And because they're respectably light, testers were just as apt to grab them when heading out on drier, less technical trails. Although we don't have any major concerns about the overall durability of the shoe, we did notice frayed toe stitching after three weeks of abusive testing. 16.5 oz; ahnufootwear.com
Support: 4.1
Comfort: 4.8

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