Hueco Mid GTX Shoe
Whether you're slogging through the remnants of last night's storm or trying to outrun the current one back to the trailhead, it's always nice to know that you've got waterproof protection on your feet, especially when it's as comfortable and high-performing as the Mammut Hueco Mid GTX Shoe. This stylish approach and hiking shoe boasts a Gore-Tex performance comfort liner, ensuring waterproof protection from rainy days, splashing puddles, and babbling brooks, while also giving your feet the breathable comfort they need for long and strenuous trips on the trail. Michelin rubber in the outsole provides trusted traction no matter how slippery the surface is, and thanks to the rubber toe cap you can protect yourself from clumsy toe stubs and technical terrain. The soft but strong leather upper tacks on much needed durability, and the TPU heel stabilizer keeps you supported on even the trickiest trails.
- Waterproof approach shoe for treks on trail and trips to the crag
- Gore-Tex performance comfort liner shuts out moisture
- Michelin rubber outsole grips slippery rocks and roots
- Rubber toe cap protects against toe stubs and falling rock
- Soft leather upper ensures durability and low-key style
- Heel stabilizer helps keep you supported on technical terrain
- Item #MAM012T
What do you think about this product?
September 5, 2019
Fits great actually
I recently ordered these because it was a great deal, I usually write a review after testing out the gear a bit, but this time I felt like I'll write something here, because the only other review here seems to be really misleading. I usually wear a US size 10 for sneakers, and was a bit worried ordering a 10 on this as the other review seems to suggest they run really small. I just put them on, and they fit perfectly, and comfortably, and true to size I would say. They seem really well-made, can't wait to take them out in a hike and update here how they feel then.
May 23, 2019
Not comfortable, run small
These shoes have catchy design and I bought them with the intent to use on local family hikes. I ordered size 12 for my 11.5D feet, and the shoes were both a little too small and too narrow. They also were uncomfortable to wear with several pressure points. Some of these could be alleviated after breaking the boots in, but the ones on the achilles tendons from the circular pulling rope loops would probably be there forever. These loops are clearly a design flaw to me. I also didn’t quite understand why these are called hiking shoes. They don’t provide enough support for hiking and in my opinion, do not qualify as approach shoes either. I would say these are lifestyle shoes.