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The paved path always seems like cheating, especially when you lace up the TrekSta Roam Hiking Shoe and greet the day with your unusually large craving for the wild world. Cradling your most used means of transportation, this hiking shoe's NestFIT system uses a shaped upper, insole, midsole, and outsole to match your foot's natural shape and movements. That way you can move more comfortably over trails and untouched land and attempt to feel the breath of the world we haven't paved over with civilization.

  • The upper's tough nubuck leather sheds moisture while the mesh panels and lining expel excess foot vapors while you hike
  • An IceLock HyperGrip rubber outsole locks onto the real terra firma no matter its current condition
  • Multi-density Zero Gravity EVA midsole and insole support your arch and cushion rocky steps so you can trek further towards unknown answers in the wilderness
  • This shoe runs a tad big, so order a half-size smaller than usual for optimal comfort
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Best hiking shoe ever!!!!

    I have been hiking in these for a few months and I have to say they are absolutely incredible! I have not had any issues, pain or discomfort, which I find to be amazing. I will continue to buy TrekSta fro here on out....can't wait to put them to the test on the AT this May.

    For the right foot type, good choice

      I tried the men's 7 and 7.5 since the manufacturer recommends going half size smaller and I normally wear a 7.5, but have trouble with narrow toe boxes. The 7 did fit better, but the toe box was cramped and I felt like my big toenail was rubbing the top of the shoe. The fit was uncomfortable for me, due to the high arch and caused some heel pain, particularly when standing still. The feel was almost as if designed for over-pronators, a group which I do not belong.

      I tried a couple of 2-3 mile hikes on mixed trails (rocky, wet, logs) with elevation range of about 250'. The sole worked well and I felt no traction loss even on steep wet rocks. The shoes are snug and the uppers stiff, but this did feel good on the trail, less so on pavement.

      I contacted the manufacturer via email and received a phone call in response to the fit and arch. The rep was polite and concise and did not try to convince me that given a break-in period the shoes would be great. He explained the last Trek-Sta uses does have a high arch and may not work for everyone. While they do not work for me, this response at least convinces me they will stand behind their products in an honest manner.

      Backcountry took the returns with no problems, plus had the best price on this particular shoe by about $35. I did eat the return shipping, but that's the risk you take when not shopping brick & mortar. It was worth a try