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Forsake Trail Hiking Boot - Men's

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    Rugged all-terrain adventurer.

    When space is limited and you need a boot that will take you from trail to town, pack the Forsake Men's Tail Hiking Boot. With a leather, suede, and textile upper, this boot offers both urban appeal and rugged all-terrain performance. The waterproof yet breathable HydroGuard membrane keeps your feet dry whether you're hiking through drizzly conditions or dry heat. A gusseted tongue prevents water and debris from entering your boots through the lace eyelets or the space between the tongue and the upper for a more comfortable fit. The EVA midsole and an open-cell PU footbed provide long-lasting cushioning and support, while the Peak-to-Pavement outsole offers grip on loose terrain and traction and stability on hard surfaces.

    • A trail boot with urban appeal and rugged all-terrain performance
    • HydroGuard membrane for waterproof, breathable comfort
    • Premium full-grain leathers and textile upper
    • Peak-to-Pavement outsole for grip, traction, and stability
    • Gusseted tongue prevents water and debris from entering boots
    • Midsole and open-cell footbed for cushioning and support
    • Item #FRK000D

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    leather, heathered textile canvas, suede
    Waterproofing
    HydroGuard membrane
    Closure
    lace
    Footbed
    open cell PU
    Midsole
    EVA
    Sole
    Peak-to-Pavement
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    6 months

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

    This is an easy go to boot for any occasion, I used it all winter for those days where the weatherman has no clue what is going to happen. They are also stylish enough to go with just about any outfit, wore them to work quite a bit and they pair well with a button up and some khakis.
    They are really light, so you don't feel like your lugging around cinder blocks with each step.
    To echo some below reviews the to box is on the narrower side, but I thought they boot broke in nicely. I don't have a wide foot but it's definitely not narrow either. I just loosened the laces for a few weeks and once the boot was broke in I was good to go. It does fit true to size, I have a 12 and that's the same size show I wear in Adidas/Nike etc..

    Nice boot, not breathable.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9.5

    I got this boot not too long ago, and I love it. Disclaimer, this boot does have a narrow toe box. Works out for me because I have narrow feet, but for wider feet, this boot is probably a no-go. Water-proof and tough but doesn't breath as well as some other hiking boots I have, which is my only complaint. Other than that, they are super comfy and I love how they look.

    Didn't Fit Properly

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 11.5

    I wanted to like these because they look great. However, I had to return them because of the fit. The toe box is slightly narrow, leading to some cramped toes. The major problem for me, though, is the design of the tongue gusset (the area where the tongue attaches to the inside of the boot). When the boots are on tight enough that my feet don't move around in them, the gusset digs into the side of my foot, no matter how much I tried to position the tongue and adjust the lacing over my ankle. I'm not a shoe designer, but it seems like the gusset should be higher, above the flex point for the ankle, not directly on the flex point. In any case, they are nice boots to look at, but there's something off in the way they're designed.

    Oh, and the sizing is off. These boots run a half size too small.

    In the end, I got some Clyde boots from Forsake. They are super comfortable -- for my foot, at least.