Hiking Lady's Footwear Reviews

In my Hiking Lady Footwear Reviews I put various boots, shoes, and socks to the test. I know how to beat up gear, and as I go on hiking adventures I put to the test new gear! When stuff is great, I let you know, and when it is bad, I also let you know!

Salomon Quest 4D Women’s Hiking Boot Review

Solid grip.

The Salomon Quest 4D Women’s Boots are comfortable and durable hiking boots for ideal for women who want a boot with minimal break-in time. These are great boots for moderate to intense day hiking as well as light backpacking trips. Plus, for those of you with longer feet, these come in size 11! What Hiking …

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Injinji Outdoor 2.0 Original Weight Socks Review

Hiking Lady testing the Injinji Outdoor 2.0 socks

As Hiking Lady readers know, I love my Injinji toe liner socks. Injinji continues to develop a wide range of toe socks, ranging from yoga socks that provide extra traction when getting into yoga poses to outdoor socks, to these new Outdoor 2.0 socks. I had the chance to test a pair of the Injinji …

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currexSole EdgePRO Insoles Review

currexSole EdgePro Insoles

If you buy a pair of new boots and realize that the insoles are thin, flimsy, and offer no support, you must get a pair of enhanced insoles. What are enhanced insoles? They are premium insoles that provide additional support and stability, and in many cases can help support specific weaknesses in your feet or …

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Oboz Wind River II Women’s Backpacking Boots Review

Oboz Wind River II Review

What kind of boots would you expect a small group of outdoor enthusiasts living in Bozeman, Montana to design? Perhaps a pair of boots that can handle rugged terrain, is waterproof yet breathable, has a high-tech lacing system, and is durable and fashionable. The Oboz Wind River II Women’s Backpacking boots are just that. They …

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Rohner – the “New” Swiss Hiking Socks

Rohner hiking socks

The Swiss company Rohner is now selling their merino wool socks in the United States. Their socks are made in Europe, and all of their fabrics are European as well! I had the chance to test a pair of their women’s light hiking socks, and loved the length, strategically placed cushioning, and overall comfort. I …

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Vasque Inhaler Hiking Boots Review

Trail testing the Vasque Inhaler women's hiking boots

Vasque has developed a new line of shoes for Spring 2015 called the Vasque Inhalers. They are light hiking shoes, ideal for day hikes when you want breathable, comfortable boots that feel more like trail running shoes than boots. Vasque wanted to design the most breathable hiking shoes in their product line ever, and that …

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Hillsound FreeSteps6 Crampons Review

Hillsound Free Steps 6 Traction Device on my Kamik Boots

On my recent Vail Colorado winter adventure I took along a pair of Hillsound’s FreeSteps6 crampons. Hillsound is a Canadian company that makes crampons and gaiters, and they developed the FreeSteps6 for winter walking. How did they hold up on my tests in Vail, Colorado? What Hiking Lady likes about FreeSteps6 Crampons Great in well-packed …

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Ahnu Sugarpine Air Mesh Hiking Shoes Review

Ahnu Sugarpine review

On my recent Hawaiian hiking adventure I took along a pair of the award winning Ahnu Sugarpine Air Mesh shoes. The women’s Sugarpine Air Mesh shoes are quite comfortable, since they fit and feel more like an athletic shoe than a low-top hiking shoe. The hot and wet climate of Hawaii was a perfect place …

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Heavy Duty Women’s Backpacking Boot

Demonstrating the stiff shank

Vasque hiking shoes and boots have a reputation for being high quality yet affordable. Since proper fitting boots are arguably the most important item that any hiker needs, it is very important that you invest in a good pair that fit your feet well. All of us have different feet… some are wide, some are …

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TevaSphere

TevaSphere

Teva has been a long time leading outdoor footwear brand, and is known for making great quality water shoes and sandals. (See Hiking Lady’s review of the Teva Omnium Water Shoe). Now they have an innovative new footwear line called the TevaSphere that we’ve been putting to the test! The TevaSphere collection uses a modular …

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