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Best Waterproof Hiking Boots, According to Customer Reviews

November 19, 2019

These are the top-rated hiking boots, according to customer reviews, that will give you waterproof peace of mind. ~ Health Magazine

The waterproof LOWA Renegade hiking boots are the brand’s best-selling style, and boast a cushy, injected midsole, Gore-Tex lining, and a no-slide outsole. The best news? These boots are made specifically with women in mind, ensuring the best fit possible.

LOWA Kody Junior: Thumbs Up!

November 13, 2019

A sure way to get kids to hate hiking is to put them in shoes with crappy traction and support such that they end up slipping out on trail inclines or not being able to manage rocks and roots on the trail.

So, invest in not just your kids’ feet but also your future as an outdoor loving family with these Virbam sole and Gore-Tex waterproofed boots from Lowa.

Our little tester has taken them on a few fall and winter (snowy) hikes and gives them a thumbs up.

LOWA Innox Pro: A Delight To Hike In

October 24, 2019

We stepped into the Innox Pro GTX Mid and were impressed. Much lighter, with a streamlined design, comfortable out of the box, and still sporting excellent waterproofness, the Innox Pros were a delight to hike in.

They feature a synthetic mesh upper, that provided excellent breathability for keeping our feet dry and comfortable, and a DynaPU midsole and Monowrap frame that granted exceptional support and stability while allowing us to stay agile over a variety of terrain. The NXT outsole was nice and grippy on everything from scree to wet duff and even snowy surfaces.

LOWA Aerano: Wow Comfort

October 12, 2019

The nimble and lightweight LOWA Aerano GTX day hikers can’t be any more ideal for fall hiking, thanks to their Gore-Tex waterproof laminate and side ventilation outlets that allow foot sweat and other moisture to escape from the bottom.

Fit and stability is outstanding and traction is very good. Although the lugs aren’t as aggressive as full-on hiking boot, they work well at shedding mud and debris.

And wow, the comfort. These are boots that you won’t race to kick off at the end of the day or plunge your feet into a cold lake.

Best Backcountry Gear of the Year - Field & Stream

October 11, 2019
The Best Backcountry Hunting, Fishing, and Camping Gear of the Year
Whether you're packing in for elk or trekking for trout, here's the gear you need.


There’s nothing like walking far enough into the backcountry to leave everything else behind. But if you want to walk out, ­especially with a load of mountain meat, you need the right gear. Not much on this list is cheap, but there’s a ­reason for that: