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The Mammut Men's Redburn Hiking Shoe has all the bells and whistles for technical hiking, although it would be a shame to limit a shoe this good-looking to the trails. Take along with you as you make the rounds in town so you enjoy the Redburn's fantastic fit and comfort every day.

  • Rolling Concept ergonomic design encourages natural movement through the step, reducing fatigue and chances of twisting an ankle
  • Base Fit features free-sliding webbing bands that transfer energy from the lacing are to the sole for better support, security, and a blister-preventing fit
  • Elastic tongue design allows for easy entry and a smooth, wrinkle-free fit
  • Rubber reinforcement in the toe adds durability
  • Gripex sole combines super-sticky rubber with traction-enhancing design for sure footing
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500 plus kilometers then disintegrate

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Used for weekend tramps in the Tararua Range North Island NZ

On and off trail, from river vallies to tops

Walking up small river gorges

Eight months, approx 500km then side seams failed

Eleven months - still using

Comfortable shoe, good toe protection

well designed & crafted = comfortable

    Recently got these on sale at Backcountry, and I've worn these shoes for about a week. I'm liking them more each day. At first, I was a bit concerned about even getting my foot into the shoe! The lack of a conventional tongue to allow "opening" of the shoe is a problem for folks like me with high arches. Thank goodness that Mammut put a pair of finger pull loops at the heel area. These really facilitate getting the shoe on if you have high arches. Over the first week, the sleeve has accommodated, and it's easier and easier to slip them on. The last on these shoes is curved. This is a great benefit to people with high arches, since the curved last minimizes the under-pronation (supination) that goes along with most high arch feet. The shoe is a tad on the narrow side, and I had suspected this from Googling, so I ordered up a half size. That, plus the curved last make for a fine fit for a wider high arch foot. No approaches as yet, but plenty of opportunity to assess grip, walking two spirited (aka misbehaving) dogs under generally wet or damp Seattle Spring conditions. No problems at all in that department, even on slippery sealed concrete driveway. Craftsmanship is way better than average. I would hope so, with Mammut being the sister company of the now defunct Raichle, and having taken over their tech. I still do miss Raichle, though. The weight is quite reasonable at ~1#/shoe. Definitely keepers and look forward to trail use soon.

    Great, but...

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Great fitting approach shoe; it performs great on the trail. The rubber is a little hard making difficult to climb with; it can edge well but does not perform as well on slab due to the hard. I have noticed that I am not as sure on my feet as I have before with my previous approach shoes. As a plus, the shoe will last much longer than most other approach shoes; however, they cannot be resoled.

    Great Shoe!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I got these as approach shoes and I really like them. They were a bit uncomfortable at first but after breaking them in I could wear these shoes all day. I liked being able to slip into these because being a rock climber means changing your shoes frequently throughout the day. These have great tred as well!

    like a foot glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    with a relatively narrow foot, these are spectacularly comfortable for walking and hiking, offer great traction and toe protection, and the sole is sturdy enough to stand up to bike pedals...and they look really cool and different

    Very comfortable, easy to wear, well-designed

      Not sure what the review below means - I definitely do not have deformed (or narrow) feet, and I find that this shoe fits and functions extremely well. I've used these for a lot of hiking, scrambling, etc... The large rubber rand in front has prevented a lot of wear. Excellent traction. Note: the shoe doesn't have a standard tongue - instead it has an elastic-type, supportive sleeve. The shoe has overall excellent quality - and hasn't worn much at all, despite the excessive wear I've put on it. I'd definitely recommend it.


        Very narrow toe suitable for bouldering, climbing, but NOT trail hiking unless you have deformed feet. Lack of photos showing the shoe from different angles makes this impossible to determine ahead of time. Written description is misleading. Come on Backcountry, all other decent outfitters provide several photos from different angles for their boots and shoes.

        I have been looking at approach shoes,...

        I have been looking at approach shoes, trail running shoes, and hiking shoes for college. What would you guys recommend? I also like to go hiking, so I will probably get two pair, one for hiking the campus and one for the trail. Any suggestions would be awesome

        Five ten chase is a good all round shoe, not so much for running but hiking, biking, approach with a casual look
        for a more running and sporty shoe I really like the la sportiva wildcat or raptor.
        And I always here good things about the salomon runners.
        Good luck