Hi-Tec Men’s Natal Mid WP Light Hiking Shoe

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Hi – Tec Natal Mid WP Boots. Lightweight feel. Ample support. And available in W – I – D – E sizes! There’s a reason Hi-Tec is in high demand. Actually, there are a lot of reasons. Many of them are on display with this Pair. Stylish waterproof suede and mesh uppers keep feet dry and breathing easy. Contoured EVA insoles provide a cushy cradle for every step. And carbon rubber hiking outsoles with multi-directional traction provide the same reliable grip whether you’re going up or downhill. But the real kicker? All of it comes for a truly affordable price, right here at The Guide! More: Moisture wicking lining; Board lasted with steel shank for added rigidity and support; Rustproof brass hardware; Toe and heel abrasion for protection.; Soft padded collar. 20 ozs. Imported.; State Color and Size. Order Today! Men’s Hi-Tec Natal Mid WP BootsTake to the trails like never before in Hi-Tec’s Natal hiker. The upper features breathable suede and durable nylon, with rustproof brass hardware in case your adventure takes a wet turn. The design is also board-lasted with a steel shank for added rigidity, while the carbon rubber cupsole delivers long-lasting quality. The waterproof style only weighs 2.9 ounces.

  • Waterproof seam-sealed suede leather and nylon upper
  • Soft padded collar with rustproof brass hardware
  • Board lasted with steel shank for added rigidity
  • durable carbon running hiking cupsole
  • 2.9 oz.

Hi-Tec Men’s Natal Mid WP Light Hiking Shoe

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  1. J. Green says:
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very comfortable and a good value, August 25, 2009
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    J. Green (Los Angeles, California) –
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    This review is from: Hi-Tec Men’s Natal Mid WP Light Hiking Shoe (Apparel)

    I’ve not been much of a hiker but was invited to go on a 50 mile weeklong backpacking trip with some friends in California’s Emigrant Wilderness (it turned out to be just over 60 miles in the end!). My main criterion in choosing boots was that they be sturdy, waterproof, and not too expensive (purchasing for your first real backpacking trip is expensive).

    And they held up very well considering how rough the trail was – climbing over rocky passes, areas with lots of loose rocks (and even some deep sand), some muddy meadows, and wading across several small streams. Even though my feet were often tired and burning after 9 or 10 mile days, I never felt uncomfortable with these boots. And they were comfortable right from the beginning, as I only wore them an evening or two (to break them in ostensibly) prior to starting the hike. The only wear and tear visible (other than a complete covering of dust right now) is some slight separation of the rubber sole on the toe of the left boot, but only a couple of millimeters. My brother-in-law, who was also on his first big backpacking trip, experienced similar sturdiness with the same shoes although he developed several large blisters (I had none). The only explanation I can find – we both wore both thin dry liners and thick wool socks – is that his feet are perhaps a bit smaller and narrower than mine (or maybe he’s just a bigger wimp than I am!), but otherwise a very good hiking boot for the price.

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  2. iRoboticist "iRoboticist" says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Affordable and dependable, September 9, 2010

    I bought these from sports authority for my first back country backpacking to Yellow Stone. I just wore them for a day or two before the hiking.

    These shoes are really great for the price. Only problem I faced was the lack of cushion at the base. Otherwise these are great boots.

    I suffered no blisters and even the shoes still look in good shape after 5 days of wear and tear.

    I walked almost 13 miles on a single day.

    Also they are truly waterproof as I crossed several streams without a drop of water on my feet.

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  3. Frank C. says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great boots so far…, June 6, 2010
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    Frank C. (Chicago, IL USA) –

    This review is from: Hi-Tec Men’s Natal Mid WP Light Hiking Shoe (Apparel)

    I bought these off Zappos (sorry all you amazon only people, but I’m a fan of both sites) and I must say that they are extremely comfortable and light. When you first pull these bad boys out of the box you may hesitate and think they’ll be heavy on your feet, but they certainly carry themselves well and provide lots of ankle stability. I’ve been breaking them in the past few days and have been wearing them around town in Chicago. It’s been very muggy and rainy here recently and these boots are certainly waterproof and breathable. I have yet to hit the trail with these, but that’s taking place in the next week, so I’ll update after I take them up to Glacier Nat’l Park.
    While not being made of rubber, these boots have proven to be very watertight, but like any boots, a little extra waterproofing with any of the popular sprays or polishes wouldn’t hurt.

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