US 8 - 12, 13, 14
Suggested retail price: $ 200.00
Zephyr GTX® TF
Waterproof and breathable, the award-winning Zephyr is a great 3-season hiking boot, or duty boot for service professionals. LOWA Cross sole unit provides all day long comfort.
OUTSIDE MAGAZINE BUYER'S GUIDE: "Hiking Essentials! Burly enough for any trail."
"German quality for green-leaning consumers! With so much footwear being produced in China, LOWA stands apart by producing their footwear in Europe under strict EU environmental standards." - WSA Today
"Great hiking boots. Really superb! I’ll take any bets that my Zephyr’s will last me for many years and look great the entire time." - Recreational Equipment Reviews
"I've reviewed dozens of hiking boots over the years but few have performed so well on the trail - or fit so well right out of the box - as the LOWA Zephyr." - Outside Bozeman Magazine
Reviewed by Chris
Boots usually don't last longer than a few months for me, but these have lasted almost two years. Very comfortable, no break in time, very rugged and very reliable. I only have two complaints. The first is that the shoe strings provided snapped within the first two months of owning them, which was a quick fix. The second is that the leather faded to a dark green color after getting wet. It doesn't bother me but I figured it was worth mentioning. Would definitely recommend these boots to others.
Reviewed by Rdale
Best boot I've ever worn. Comfortable ALL day whether you are on your feet at the range or conducting a search. No break in. Get next size larger, ie if 11 get 11 1/2. I wear 13 and ordered 14 since there is no 13 1/2 offered. They feel great even with footies. Lowa, where have you been all my life? Will purchase another pair.
From trail to town and everything in between, these lighter-duty, softer-flexing hikers deliver all-day-long comfort.
"Finally! A tough hiking shoe that leaves your piggies blister-free! In all the miles I trekked in my LOWA Zephyrs I never felt any discomfort. They're worth every penny. Your feet will thank you for it! - Hot on the Trail.com, July, 2011