The Top 6 Adventure Shoes for 2012 | Timberland Pathrock Low with Gore-Tex

Apr 9, 2012
Outside Magazine

Best For: Doing It All
As with the Rift, the Pathrock has a bit of climbing shoe in its lineage. It cinches up like an approach shoe with almost-to-the-toe lacing for a precise fit and can handle being jammed into rocky crevices. What’s different? It’s waterproof, a bit sturdier and heavier (with a full TPU shank), and slightly chunkier in the outsole for better grip on scree and loose-packed trails. In other words, it’s up for anything. Which is why one tester said: “Whether heading out for ten-mile hike-runs on rocky single-track or just riding my cruiser bike around town, I always found myself lacing up the Pathrocks.” 15.8 oz

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