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Torre AT GTX Wide Hiking Boot - Men's

4.25 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews

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Vasque Torre AT GTX Wide Hiking Boot

The Torre AT is a modern, lightweight, technical hiking boot. Packed with GORE-TEX, and advanced technology from Vibram, this boot is built for the outdoors - hiking, backpacking and everywhere else you want to go.

Responsible Collection
[synthetic mesh] Recycled/Repurposed
Upper Material
suede, TPU mesh
Vibram LiteBase, Megagrip rubber
Shaft Height
Claimed Weight
[single] 1lb 3.5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 4 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 7, 2024

Best boots I've owned!

I bought these as a size 13 wide (I'm normally a size 12-12.5) and they've been the best boots I've ever worn. I've had them for about a year now and have hiked in desert, mountains, rainforest, and snow and they've been comfortable and dry in every condition. After breaking them in I haven't gotten any blisters and after a year they haven't showed any signs of wear and tear, they've held up great. I want to get another pair, but they haven't had 13 wides in stock for a while. They have good traction in all conditions and great support and protection. I highly recommend them!


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5 out of 5 stars

July 7, 2023

A go to boot for any occasion

The Torre AT GTX boot from is a reliable and durable hiking boot that delivers excellent performance on the trails. Its Gore-Tex lining provides exceptional waterproofing, keeping your feet dry in wet conditions. With a comfortable fit and sturdy construction, this boot is a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts looking for a reliable companion on their adventures.

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2 out of 5 stars

April 22, 2023

Not Really Designed Properly for Hiking

Seems Vasque changed the last sizing again, so make sure to measure size and width directly rather than purchase based on previous Vasque size/width. Toebox and width are good, but size is small (comparatively). I normally wear a US 12, but have to purchase a 13 in Vasque and toe is still 1/2-inch from tip. Width seems to have increased over the Vasque Talus AT, so these boots are 'roomy', more like goulashes than hiking boots. The interface between the lower portion and the upper mesh portion seems mis-designed, and combined with the lacing pattern, facilities causes correct compression at in-step and tendons above the ankle - but doesn't allow for ankle support directly. Too much material in the ankle area doesn't allow pull-up. Lacing pattern is contoured so there's a lack of lacking pull-up across the transition between the instep (below the ankle) and the lower leg. The result is a compression across the instep and tendons of the lower leg, but no support for the ankle itself. Probably ringlets rather than faux leather loop would have been a better choice for lacing pull-up in this area (as Vasque had done on legacy hiking boots). Overall, the construction seems to be good, and after two hikes I can say the footbed and sole work well together to cushion the bottom of the foot. Would I recommend this product? Definitely better than the Talus AT, but for long-haul trekking over steep or extended inclines and declines, rocky/stoney terrain the Torre AT GTX doesn't provide enough ankle support.


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5 out of 5 stars

March 23, 2023

They held up in all aspects

Bought for Africa trip Drilling water wells the bush is very hard on foot ware They were perfect when I left and perfect now!


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