I’ve been wearing my Lowa Renegades for 5 years, and it’s almost impossible for me to trade out at this point. They’re truly a rugged, mountain-eating, feet-warming beast.
The stabilization is the best I’ve experienced in a boot, and even after tackling Montana gumbo, rocks, hills, and scree, they’re worn-in but not worn down and I’ve done nothing to help them. I can go for a fall cruiser hike in them, tackle a solo deer hunt in the rockier high country, or sit in cold temps for the elk closer, no problem. And I’ve done all of the above.
The price tag ($240) isn’t so hurtful that I’d complain about it, either. The only downside to this middie is that it’s not gonna cut it on a more intense mountain hunt as it lacks stiffness and the stability of taller boots. For an all-around boot, this is a major go-to.
I. Love. This. Boot.
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