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Recent Customer Reviews

Danner 453 GTX All Leather

3 out of 5

Bait and Switch?
Reviewer: Mike | Astor
Date: 8/22/2014

I searched for "US made hiking boots" and Danner came up on top of the results. Chose this model and was extremely disappointed when I discovered they were "made in China." Later, I found that the description on the Danner website contained "imported" in very small letters. I could have bought "made in China" at any discount store for a lot less. I expected more from this company.

Keen Marshall

5 out of 5

Eye catching color combination
Reviewer: Andy | Rancho Palos Verdes
Date: 8/17/2014

This pair was shown in WIRED magazine six months ago. A great quality, good color.

Keen Marshall

4 out of 5

Fashinable for on anf off trails
Reviewer: Andy | Rancho Palos Verdes
Date: 8/17/2014

Very light, fit true and very comfortable. I wish this pair was waterproof.

Merrell Sawtooth

5 out of 5

TACTICALGEAR.COM-A pleasure to business with
Date: 8/15/2014

It is a pleasure doing business with when ordering the Merrell Sawtooth boots. I love the boots and I wear them where I work in a warehouse assembling products for shipping. I love the forward motion I get when I need to walk fast. The quick delivery and special discounted price I received makes me a loyal customer of

CamelBak Motherlode

4 out of 5

Good Bag
Reviewer: Chris | St. Marys
Date: 8/15/2014

This is honestly a good bag. I have had one for a year now. Be aware that the lbe-like waist belt wraps above the navel on the torso. so if you are running a vest rig, like 3 5.56 mag holders across the gut, you may want to dismantle it. In the hydration pocket there is a little pocket that contains a plastic back support plate so the bag does not sag in the rear center. A fifty pound load for three hours destroyed my soulders, however. The Tactical Tailor bags are better and by that I mean like $150 more for a bag this size better. But, none the less, this is one of the better bags out there, buy it if you cannot afford TT gear. Camelbak will not let you down.

Brooks Cascadia 8

5 out of 5

Best shoes
Reviewer: Sue | Gilbert, AZ
Date: 8/14/2014

I've been running for 40 years, yes 40, and this is the best shoe for me and my trails. The shoe looked a little bigger than my previous pair of Cascadias, but fit the same. I take out the original insole and put a 5 ml lift in my left shoe, then some soft orthotics and a little heel cushion in both shoes, so I buy the shoe 1/2 size larger for those. At my advanced age (59) the cushioning and stability are the most important features, but the shoe also holds up very well to the wear and tear of gravel and dirt trails.

Vasque Breeze 2.0 GTX

2 out of 5

Sore Toes
Reviewer: Mike | Vancouver, WA
Date: 8/13/2014

I bought these about two years ago but could only wear them intermittently. The toe box just wouldn’t break in but I kept trying. I finally gave up and sent them to the Salvation Army. I blame it on the scuff guard. It makes the toe area very rigid and uncomfortable. I still have a pair of three year old Breeze GTX boots (not 2.0) which are still serviceable and very comfortable. Not a fan of Vasque’s toe box scuff guard on this model.

Vasque Breeze GTX

5 out of 5

Oldest and Best!
Reviewer: Mike | Vancouver, WA
Date: 8/13/2014

I am really sad that the Vasque Breeze GTX has been discontinued. All you have left are Size 7 (sniff). My Breeze boots are almost three years old and are the most comfortable. I do a lot of urban and suburban hiking. I bought a pair of 2.0 GTX about a year ago and they have already gone to the Salvation Army. I just couldn't wear them. The scuff guarded toe box just trashed my big toe. Will be a long time before the toe bruise goes away. Any suggestions for a replacement in another brand? Please let me know.

Pearl Izumi EM Trail N 1

5 out of 5

Race Ready
Reviewer: Baker | Covington, TN
Date: 8/8/2014

Great shoe for the 50k and shorter distance. It drains well, adequate protection for rocks, roots, trail trash (gum balls, acorns, etc.), and enough cushion to keep you comfortable. It is super stiff out of the box. I had about 25 trail miles before they felt great. Be prepared for a bit of a break in period. I can easily see these going 450-500 miles before running "flat." I also run the N2 for longer runs. Both are great shoes and run very true to size. Zero droppers and minimalist will enjoy the N1. The sole/tread/cushion is just enough structure to give you great protection with having great ground response. Lace up and enjoy!

Magnum MX-3 Socks

5 out of 5

Date: 8/7/2014


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