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You love the lightweight feel of your trail runners, right? And how about the support and traction of your hiking boot? The Saucony Men's ProGrid Adventerra GTX Hiking Boot combines your favorite bits of both types of footwear into a versatile boot that's also highly weatherproof. Behind the rugged synthetic upper lies a waterproof breathable membrane that fends off soggy trail conditions and heavy external precipitation. This boot will make you feel light on your feet, invincible in foul weather, and able to tackle any type of trail or hiking terrain.

  • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane allows the upper to keep your foot dry from wet, muddy trails and precipitation
  • Mid-height cut provides plenty of ankle support so you can easily tackle variable and loose terrain
  • Textile lining feels smooth and dries quickly
  • Insole cushioning helps disperse the impact of rough trails or a heavy pack
  • Cushioned midsole uses lightweight SSL EVA for impact absorption and support directly underfoot
  • Achilles cradle keeps your heel and the back of your foot in place so there's no sloppiness or excess movements on steep terrain
  • Tongue and collar include padding that eliminates hot spots that would otherwise chafe your foot
  • Combination lacing system uses loops near the front of your foot for extra security and eyelets near your instep so you can really wrench down and get a tight fit without worry of a lace blowing out
  • 4mm heel-to-toe drop makes for smooth foot strike and transition from the heel to the propulsion off your forefoot
  • Top-shelf Vibram outsole is highly durable and provides steadfast traction on everything from wet, well-packed trails to dry, loose desert terrain
  • Rubberized heel and toe caps protect your toes from rocks and hazards on the trail
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Best boot in years

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

I've been using these boots all summer, and couldn't be happier. I was looking for a low-drop, lightweight boot for years, and Saucony delivered. These have survived some brutal conditions: 18-mile days in the rocky White Mountains, late spring snow/slush, and hot, sticky adventure racing through bogs and thick brush. No blisters or hot spots. Dry feet every time (including through snow and streams). Great traction and support. Fast, light, and nearly perfect. My only minor concern is how long they will last, being made from lighter materials, but that's the trade-off for low weight. Still, after several hundred miles there is no visible wear on the soles and the uppers are basically like-new. Fit: true to size. I wear an 11, and bought an 11, which I can wear comfortably with a thick trail running sock or mid-weight hiking sock. Also, I find the low drop invaluable - I have plantar faciitis and a dodgy right ankle, and being low to the ground really helps both. Haven't rolled an ankle or had any foot issues in these boots. Minor dings: garish, overly long yellow laces (easily replaced), and a touch slick on wet descents (but not bad). But that's it. These are great. Saucony - if you are listening, keep it up.

Hiking in Norway

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

Let me address the fit and function before we discuss where they were used. I wear 9.5 US and ordered them that way. Fit was just fine. I found them to be very lightweight, as expected, and the soles were very grippy. My feet tend to pronate so I use my arch supports. My arch supports are not heavy duty so they worked great in the shoe after I removed the cushion insert. Regarding function I could not have been more pleased. I did not have time to break them in before I was off to Norway. They did not need a break in period and functioned superbly meeting all my expectations. If anyone has ever hiked Prekestolen, Kjerag, or Gaustatoppen in Norway with a daypack (10-15 Lbs) then you know these trails are at least semi-challenging. These shoes afforded the support I was hoping for, did not feel heavy or clunky, and provided ample traction on wet hard and soft surfaces. While I have owned Merril, Keen and other hiking boots I did not order these shoes to be another pair of hiking boots. I was looking for a hightop that provided some support, waterproof, lightweight for quick and easy movement and that is what these shoes delivered. They are a nice cross between a trail running shoe and a hiking boot. Hope this helps

how do these shoes fit (fit and feel)...

how do these shoes fit (fit and feel) compared to the peregrine/peregrine2 shoes?

Thanks in advance.

I have run in peregrine trail shoes for several years. A few differences:

1) I wear a 11.5 in the peregrine, which tend to run on the smaller side (my normal shoe size is 11 US). I originally ordered a 11.5 Adventerra but found them too large (to long, too roomy in the ankle) and swapped them out for a size 11,which fit well with thicker running socks or a light hiking sock.

2) the Advernterra is much stiffer through the midfoot, more like a light hiker than a running shoe. But still comfy.

3) The Adventerra sole is a real-deal vibran sole that makes the whole shoe higher off the ground than the peregrine. Still the 4mm drop, but significantly more tread underfoot.

4) Due to the gore-tex liner, the Adventerra is warmer than the peregrine.

Overall these feel like a bomber high-top version of the peregrines, which is exactly what I wanted.