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Sinfully smooth and speedy.

Chug your coffee, lace up the Tecnica Men’s Viper Low Hiking Shoe, and use its talon-like traction to tear past that 60-year-old nun who laps you during your morning speed-hiking ritual. As you cruise toward redemption, take a moment to enjoy the soft, microfiber lining wicking sweaty moisture from your toasty dogs. Slim chance that the cross-training clergywoman you’re passing has the benefit of washable Ortholite insoles or the cushioning of EVA midsoles, but that’s her problem, right? Your faith lies in the torsional support of an injected-nylon shank and the caffeine boost from Seattle’s finest dark roast (with perhaps a splash of spirits and protein powder).

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3 5

Light, but not Ultralight

Background: Two week lightweight (22 lbs w/consumables) backpacking trip in the Winds. The trail was very wet with a lot of snow still left at 11,000 feet.

These shoes will hold water. I was squishy and wet well after everyone else in my group was walking with dry feet again. This is not necessarily a bad thing, the water actually warmed up in side the shoe (put my foot into freezing cold lake water and my feet were warm in a few minutes again even though they were still wet) and the water actually kept my feet from getting dry blisters. I actually just got used to having wet feet, but this made for smelly feet as I never got them completely dry. Also, I felt like the tread was a little unimpressive. I slipped around in the mud a lot. They could use some bigger tread. Add to it that these really aren't very light. They are pretty heavy duty for having the recommended use of "ultralight hiking." Other people were much happier with lighter shoes. I would go with different shoes for a lightweight hiker.

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whats the support like for the arches??

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whats the support like for the arches??

5 5

Great for on and off the trail

As an avid trail runner and a daily user of shoes in general, these have exceed my expectations. I've ran rocky trails, steep trails, wet trails, wide trails, and narrow trails and these things get the job done. I was slightly skeptical about the "T-spot" at the heel but after trying them out for the first time it seems legit and helps to stabilize my foot really well. I'm a big guy and design of the shoe seems to take the load off my joints. I'd reccomend them for sure. Would say get them a half size smaller. I wear a 13 and got these in a 12.5.

5 5

Awesome!!!

Awesome shoes. Super light and very comfortable. Very easy walking with the rolling heel technology. Buy this shoe.