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The Zamberlan SH Crosser GTX RR Hiking Shoe is the low-cut version of the 2013 Backpacker Magazine's Editor's Choice award-winner, so you know it has got to be good. Balancing the stability and durability of a hiking boot with the light weight and responsiveness of a trail running shoe, the SH Crosser allows you to cover a lot of ground in a hurry. Zamberlan is known for its highly technical hiking and mountaineering boots, and it brings all that expertise to bear in this light-and-fast addition to its hiking lineup.

  • Cordura nylon upper features TPU overlays for lightweight support and stability
  • Gore-Tex waterproof insert lets your foot breathe while protecting it from the elements so it stays dry and comfortable
  • Nylon lining wicks moisture to add all-day comfort and reduce friction
  • Five-piece, dual-density compressed molded EVA midsole offers excellent cushioning and stability
  • TPU heel counter and arch stabilizer enhance stability on rough trails
  • KEVLAR® rand adds protection from rocks and roots
  • Vibram rubber outsole is durable and grippy

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Crossers 10 miles into the wilderness.

Crossers 10 miles into the wilderness.

Rigging the fly rod to fish another beautiful North Central Cascade lake.


Worn threadbare

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs small

Used these shoes for almost 2 years and now have completely worn them out. I have hiked about 200 miles in them plus used them almost daily. The soles are starting to have less traction and I have worn through the lining in the heel cup.


Nice style

Beefier than a trail runner

Better traction than an approach shoe

Durable (within reason.)

Nice flex pattern.


Stitching the heel cup is poorly thought out - once it starts to go the shoe pulls itself apart and caused blisters. This was after quite a bit of walking in them though. If they want to improve the product they should extend the goretex sock higher in the heel.

Not a good running shoe.

Sole has poor grip on steep rock compared to a real approach shoe.

My father's name is Woody Dixon so I trust ya


Got the job done

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I am not to passionate about footwear, but these shoes for great, looked great, and got the job done for a two week trip in Guatemala. If you need a hiking shoe this will do the trick.


Backpacker Magazine EDITORS' CHOICE 2013