This lightweight boot gets high marks in several categories, including comfort, durability, and traction. A great-looking option that requires very little to no break-in.
Some buyers report quality issues with the leather. The boot is too narrow for some.
Inexpensive yet sturdy. Buyers praise this boot for its comfort and fit. The soles grip well. The boot itself is lightweight and looks great.
Some buyers say that the boot is too narrow or tight. You may wish to buy up a half-size.
Warm and dry are two terms that best sum up this boot. The insulation keeps the boot warm without it being too bulky. The waterproofing is great for wading through the snow.
The design of the upper lacings has turned off some buyers. Traction is also not great on ice or wet wood.
Comfortable. Lightweight option. Requires minimal break-in. Offers a long-lasting sole that grips well.
They run a bit narrow and the toe box is a little cramped. We recommend buying up a half-size. Some buyers have noted that this boot wears out more quickly than others.
This great-looking choice offers two things that you generally don’t see together in a boot: comfort and great support. The waterproofing right out of the box also gets high marks.
Some buyers report that the waterproofing and the boot itself fail after extended use. It is recommended to buy up a half-size.
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For lightweight footwear for any season that protects you from the elements, there are several Vasque boots to choose from. Break-in time is minimal and the durable rubber Vibram outsoles provide excellent traction. The leather uppers and waterproof protection keep water out, and their insulated winter boots combat cold and snow well. Vasque offers low, mid, and high shaft boots for all seasons and outdoor activities. These are boots you can wear right out of the box without needing to waterproof them. Vasque boots tend to run narrow, and some customers have found that waterproofing and leather may wear out over time.