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Teva x Ahnu Montara III Event Hiking Boot - Women's

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Teva x Ahnu Montara III Event Hiking Boot

Whether you are looking to do a thru-hike or tackle a 14er The Teva X Ahnu Montara III Event hiking boot can handle whatever comes their way. Stay protected no matter the conditions with the eVent waterproof membrane and durable nubuck uppers that keep you dry for the long haul. Rest assured in your footing whether traversing scree fields, creeks, or muddy trails with ankle support and an aggressive Vibram grip. A dual-density EVA midsole designed with Numentum technology promotes balance and stability for all-day comfort during long days pounding the trail. Hike to your soles content because these boots have an antimicrobial treatment to shed odor-causing bacteria and keep things fresh.

  • A Lightweight hiking boot to tackle tough terrain
  • Leather upper provides resistant durability
  • Mid-height offers extended ankle support
  • EVent membrane is breathable and waterproof
  • Midsole engineered for comfort while hiking
  • Vibram sole ensures a confident grip on the trail
  • Item #TEV00C3

Upper Material
waterproof-nubuck
Waterproofing
eVent Waterproof membrane
Lining
pig leather
Closure
lace
Footbed
dual density EVA sockliner
Midsole
dual density EVA, Numentum technology
Sole
Vibram Megagrip
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 2

These are not the same Ahnu boots...

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought
6.5

I have 2 pairs of these boots from when they were originally owned by Ahnu and they are the comfiest boots I have ever owned...unfortunately I believe the company was recently bought by Teva/switched production sites and they are not the same quality! I have had these new boots for about a month, to give them a decent shot at breaking in with regular wear, and they are still eating at the back of my heels. They feel like they run larger than they used to and are just not as comfy when you put them on. There are small noticeable changes, like no tab on the back of the boot and differences in heel structure. It’s unfortunate, but I probably won’t be buying another pair unless they go back to the original format. Just buyer beware if you think you are getting the same boot as before. (Left is new, right boot is old)

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>Rating: 1

Almost had to be life-flighted

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

These boots are beautiful and have a great amount of ankle support (I have a history of ankle sprains). I broke them out by hiking about 15 miles in them and noticed that the breathability was off and the toe box was narrow (my feet are not wide and by all measures pretty standard). I took them on a 100 miler thinking they'd be fine and they would stretch out a little more, and really thought the ankle support would be a big plus, what happened throughout the hike BECAUSE of these shoes almost led me to become life-flighted (thank GOODNESS for CHA*OS). They were so narrow combined with no breathability that within two days into our trip I had over 17 blisters, many occurring on around the toe box and the sides of my feet. I switched to my water sandals previously mentioned above, but my gait was already off due to the blisters- this caused my hip flexor to pop out of place 40 miles into the backcountry (we almost life-flighted at this point) luckily was able to find a dirt road about 10 miles away and wait hours for a car to drive by. I also developed severe plantar fasciitis on both feet. It took me one full year of physical therapy to get my feet back to their normal condition. The poor, overly thick construction of these shoes felt like a sweaty prison for my feet. I will never buy another shoe from Ahnu/teva and almost feel like I have an obligation to post my review to warn others. I had the correct size, I triple checked and tried them on in stores comparing with other sizes, I "broke" these shoes in and yes I went against my better judgement and overlooked what I thought at the time to be small issues. From what I understand Ahnu was initially a yoga based company that switched over to outdoor shoes and then was acquired by Teva. They are not and do not have a long history with the backpacking industry.

>Rating: 5

Still love these boots

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
6.5
Height
5` 4"
Weight
145 lbs

I have had these boots for over 4 years and just love how they fit. My feet feel so much better in these boots! I would like to get another pair in black but that color is not one of the options that I saw.

>Rating: 5

Love them!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have had these for a little over a year now and I just love them so much! They fit me perfectly and stay warm in the snow. They have awesome grip and support my ankles well. I will be looking to buy these again and again in years to come.

>Rating: 4

Mind Opening

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I recently hiked to Red Castle in the Uinta Wilderness, wearing a pair of Keen Terradora boots. It was my first true backpacking trip - we hiked 4 days, ~50 miles round trip, carrying about 30 pounds of weight in our packs on the hike in. The second and third days we day hiked with light packs, each day hike around 10 miles. I anticipated sore feet due to the nature of backpacking and knew that the Terradoras were probably not the most ideal boot, but figured they would get the job done. Our trekking poles clicked and clacked along the rocks that stuck out and dared our feet to trip over them, each stubbed toe more excruciating than the last. The more we walked, the clumsier our footwork became. My partner was usually a steady 10-20 yards ahead of me due to his long strides, and most of our time was spent in our own heads; a quiet determination and sweat inducing focus on moving us from point A to point B. My partner's footwear was less ideal than mine, so I tried not to mention how all the bones in my feet were arguing with each other over space. I paid attention to the sound of the wind rustling through the leaves, the smell of horse shit that marked our path, the taste of the butterscotch candy giving me short bursts of life, the endless expanding grand spectacle that I was privileged to experience and humbled by greatly. In hindsight, I remember reconnecting with myself and basking in the privacy of seclusion more than I remember how much my feet hurt. But man, my feet hurt. A lot. After that trip, I knew I wanted to backpack again. I knew I definitely needed better boots. A couple of weeks later I started researching what was available and I stumbled upon the Ahnu Montara III. I read some positive reviews in terms of their performance, and as a bonus they are a very good looking boot, especially with the full grain leather. I was a little hesitant because I didn't know much about Ahnu as a brand, and was leaning towards a more recognized boot company like Lowa. What really kept me from committing to a pair of Lowas was the price - the Montara has similar construction to Lowa boots, but at a much better price point. I am so glad I bought these! In comparison, my Terradoras feel like Ugg boots. I almost cannot believe that I hiked 50 miles in what are essentially Ugg boots. The Terradoras aren't a bad boot, but they aren't designed for intense extensive hikes. They are definitely more of a day hike boot. The Montaras are a lot roomier (the footbed in the Terradora takes up too much space for me and my feet usually feel cramped) so I can wear midweight wool socks without any tightness or cramping. The midsole is also waaay stiffer which I did not expect. This is good not only for stability on technical terrain, but you can actually feel the boot rolling your foot forward in a more natural, progressive way. The shaft height is a bit taller than the Terradora, so you get a little more stability there, as well as protection from burs and pokey plants. The Vibram rubber is super sticky and gives you more confidence on slick rocks or uneven trails. I'm convinced that if I had these on my Red Castle trip, my feet would not have been in so much pain. I seriously can't wait to hike long distances in these - I tested them out on a shorter hike to Lake Mary in Brighton, Utah this weekend. There is a good deal of snow at that elevation, and these boots made it easy to navigate while keeping my feet comfortable and warm. I would classify these between the Lowa Renegade and Lady Light boots, at a more affordable price. I'm in love! Definitely worth the investment, and I have high expectations for their durability and comfort down the line. Fit: True to Size. I wear a US W 6.5 and these fit perfectly

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>Rating: 5

Stellar Boot

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I just got these for my girlfriend off the recommendation of Gearhead Jean V. I could not be more stoked on the recommendation, they are nice and lightweight, but have a solid construction that will last a long time. Not to mention they are waterproof! These boots are definitley a must buy for anyone looking at a quality easy break-in, waterproof hiking boot.

>Rating: 5

Hike In Style And Comfort

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have owned the Ahnu Montara III eVent Hiking Boot for about 4 years now and I still love them! I have taken these abroad to New Zealand, and Whistler Canada (where the photo below is taken). Locally I have hiked in the deserts of Utah and hiking in the snowcapped mountains. Waterproof, ankle support, photogenic, and so comfy. These are my go to hiking boot!

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>Rating: 4

Comfortable,reliable.

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Super comfortable high quality hiking boots for just about any one of your adventure. Breathes well, Holds up amazing.

>Rating: 5

Love, love, did I mention love

I’ve had these for a couple years now and they are light, comfy, and keep my feets dry. I owe many summits to them. Would buy 100 more times.