$26.98 - $30.98
atika Men's Outdoor Hiking Sandals, Open Toe Arch Support Strap Water Sandals, Lightweight Athletic Trail Sport Sandals
Great for my husband for a last minute river trip.
They are great for walking around.
I ordered these teva-like sandals to replace my previous beach footwear over a year ago.
I'm right now bandaging over the slightly bloody abrasions I got from walking around on the beach yesterday in these.
I bought these sandals for walking in the ocean.
Got these for one of my boys for camping, he loves them.
I have hiking shoes from Rockport, TEVA XLT2 and these Atika The XLT are good for moderate hikes in National Parks maybe 5-8 miles then my feet get a little tired.
I prefer to wear them all theme for this type of walk
but the hiking shoes are good for longer maybe 15 then my whole body is tired anyway.
The Atika soles are thinner with extra flexibility so they are ok for flat walks around the neighborhood and on the beach
$39.89 - $179.95
New Balance Men's 1400 V1 Walking Shoe
These are a very comfortable hiking shoe
I love my New Balance Walking shoes to the max.
Being homeless and doing as much walking as I do, they really have an impact on the positive side. Thanks.
3 hour hike to break them in- very comfortable, waterproof was great.
The shoe is a great shoe for people who have extra wide feet I do a lot of walking through the streets sidewalks roads and dirt holds pretty good last about 4 to 5 months with daily use, I am 6 foot four 310 pounds, very comfortable shoes
This is my second pair of these shoes and it's nice that I can find a waterproof boot that is rugged enough to handle a 335lb man walking in the hours a day without busting out and lasting atleast a year (Which is a big deal for a large man).
I have had some of their hikers and they gave the support and solid sole with good protection from the terrain I am walking upon.
It feels like I am walking barefoot when walking on crushed stone, uneven ground such as roots, you name it. I even have tried using other insoles from Spenco and Superfeet (Superfeet have been my mainstays for 15+ years.)
it is more for hiking
I can actually enjoy walking again, which is why after trying out a pair in brown, today I ordered a second pair in black.
$43.99 - $110.94
Merrell Men's Hydro Moc Water Shoe
I will go back to CROCKS for kayaking.
Super comfy and grippy when I'm walking in the river over rocks!
I do a lot of backpacking and bring these to wear around camp and in water.
Perfect for outdoor or indoor.
I love these shows for canoe camping.
I am a backcountry hiker that use Crocs to hike.
(And for whatever reason, a 12 in a Merrell hiking shoe.)
Great dry traction and good traction on slippery rocks around a waterfall.
Super comfy and just what I wanted for around the house and trips to float the river.
Can’t think of anything better to walk in the creeks of the Sierras!
$44.76 - $134.95
Skechers Sport Men's Afterburn Memory Foam Strike On Training Shoes
Like walking on a cloud!
Feels sturdy and helps with walking.
The insoles are super cushy and really pleasant to walk on.
Great for just walking.
It is nice to have these to slip on and off for quick walks into the garage, or to check the mail.
I am a golfer and I change into my golf shoes when I get to the course.
Great for walking.
even though they are ruggedly constructed they are amazingly lightweight so perfect for running in.
Great to walk
$70.8 - $165.16
Columbia Women’s Redmond Waterproof Low Hiking Shoe, Advanced Traction Technology
I walk a lot and these shoes are the best.
This pair is truly waterproof as I hiked through streams and my socks did not get wet at all.
My husband and I hike a lot and they are sturdy and comfortable and I feel safe when climbing up rocky inclines.
but I wore them all day then on the hike and my feet felt great.
i went for my daily walk and ended up with blisters on both heels.
but they are very comfortable for the short hikes I have taken.
I just tried them on a 1.5 hours hike and they feel wonderful.
but was water proof and solid for hiking.
I started using this on my hikes recently!
In just my third hike the sole from the front right shoe has tapered off.
$76.07 - $340
New Balance Men's Fresh Foam Hierro V5 Trail Running Shoe
Wore these on a riverbed hike in Moab and they were perfect.
Pros: Absolutely comfortable, breathable, and stylish for being a trail runner.
These were very comfortable and held up well for three days of hiking in Acadia covering 20+ miles with my family.
Looking forward to more hiking in them.
Lots of padding to walk on.. super soft step..
Sunnier days I’ll let my runners of other brands make a day of it
Design and function are abysmal, there is no way a person actually uses this shoe for any serious trail training or hiking.
I was considering buying a pair of HOKA running shoes
So comfortable while walking and running.
Personally they are the best looking style trail runner Iv'e seen.
$90.93 - $140.49
Salomon Men's Speedcross 4 Trail Running Shoes
Hiking, kayaking, Running, Biking and any other outdoor activity you can and want to do!
Definitely this one is great choice for hiker.
I have used these for trail running as well as hiking in all conditions including snow.
I always buy regular width (8.5) hiking shoes as I did on this.
These are the First Salomon trail runners, exceeded expectations and great!
Thinks they will be great for hiking.
I use it for running, hiking and just every day walking around.
I've worn these in cold weather, hot weather, water obstacle courses, trail running and demanding hiking environments and this shoe has not let me down.
The Speed Cross 5's are another shoe on my high recommendation list if you need a great shoe for aggressive trail running and or hiking.
Great hiking shoes, will buy another when the tread wears out in these.
$96.99 - $662.28
Salomon Men's Speedcross 5 Trail Running Shoe
(He’s not just saying that lol) we live in Hawaii and hikes can be treacherous;
instead a draw-string lace with pocket to keep tucked away while running.
Good for light hiking or trail running.
I totally recommend this for hiking grip is everything
but use it mainly for golf.
I was hiking 13.65 miles, and they are awesome!
I was an ultra runner when I discovered them and found them to be ideal for travel and most everyday activities.
Great Shoes., Very Comfortable for running, jogging and casual wear.,
Great shoes for running and hiking
I used it for a couple of hikes in Sedona and Mt. Zion.
$110 - $130.9
La Sportiva Men's Wildcat Trail Running Shoe
I have not used these shoes for trail running, just hiking.
Got these for my husband who is very active outdoors and has a tricky time finding shoes that fit his Fred Flintstone feet.
A comfortable shoe for hiking.
Definitely can be used for a lot of trail walking and running.
I too personally have a pair for general hiking use.
but perform perfectly for long distance and general trail hiking.
I also wore a pair of ultra-thin Merino wool hiking socks this time, whereas on the previous hike I wore standard-thickness wool hiking socks.
I have had many pairs of hiking shoes with laces that manage to undo themselves every half mile or so, which is endlessly irritating.
I hiked 6 miles in basically dust, and the uppers came clean with just a wet sponge and a wipe with a dry cloth rag.
All In all, excellent hiking shoes for warmer weather and dry conditions, highly recommend.
$129.26 - $164.81
Salomon Men's Speedcross 5 GTX Trail Running
These are good for hiking
Great running shoes, comfortable.
I wear them here, there and everywhere for hiking, cycling, walking, etc.
That said, I wear these 80% of the time when outdoors and active.
3 mile hike straight outta the box.
I went on an overnight backpacking trip and did about 12mi right out of the box.
They are a great pair of shoes I would say the best pair I have ever got, I will say get a half or one size bigger for hiking or runner.
These shoes are so durable, they lasted me nearly 2 years of every day wear, walking a lot in them!
but walking on and off trail/daily use).
These are the best shoes I've ever owned for hiking after 15 years of being outdoors!
$12.99 - $41.99
WHITIN Men's Minimalist Trail Runner | Wide Toe Box | Barefoot Inspired
Wanted a pair of barefoot shoes for disc golf to help feel my brace better; Vibrams were out of my budget so I checked out the reviews for these and figured it was worth the $30 or so cost to try.
no more child support payments for me, with these shoes I ran from that problem and now it's free running from here on out
I have used these for hikes, deadlifting, Squatimg, sled push/pull.
I can leave them loose for walking around town or tighten them up for a trail run
This photo is today after about a year of ownership, I am avid about getting drunk and hiking, creekwalking, urban exploration, etc.
I Have worn shoes with all those air cushions and high arches in the past, which are not really good for your feet, and now I’ve really come appreciate shoes that allows your foot walk more naturally.
but these fit perfectly at my size and felt as if I was running barefoot.
I can’t imagine hiking or anything strenuous not destroying them instantly
I've used these for walking, of course at the river, in pools
but best of all at the golf course!
$29.99 - $41.99
WHITIN Men's Cross-Trainer | Barefoot & Minimalist Shoe | Zero Drop Sole | Wide Toe Box
), walking or running shoes.
Very light walking shoe.
The minute I put these on and began walking around my feet were extremely happy and true to my foot size.
These are my second pair and I do not think I will ever buy another pair of conventional running/ walking shoes ever again.
I got the black ones with tan soles so they are allowed on the basketball court and climbing wall at my gym.
Constant walking crouching and climbing ladders,and roofs.
I wore these shoes through the toughest of forestry, the swiftest of river and the coldest of ocean.
But after a few days of climbing and running and swimming my hip pain went away.
I use them in the weight room to workout, and to play golf.
Day one after 5 mile hike and they performed well I’d say.
$48 - $99.99
ASICS Men's Frequent Trail Running Shoes
Hiking in the mountains
I like them, happy hike first time out.
Walking, keeping the street off my feet
I got these mostly for disc golf.
Fits well, got 425 miles of walking out of them in 3 months.
10/10 comfortable, durable, flexible, I love these shoes for overall hiking
I don't jog, I hike with my dog hit the dog park, 2 daily walks, run errands.
If you do not know the trail conditions, then use hiking boots for better support in unexpected conditions.
Great running and cross sport shoe
$49.95 - $64.95
Saucony Men's Excursion Tr11 Running Shoe
I’m a fan of saucony trail runners.
I hike the PCT in sections.
I wanted them for walking/running and they are comfortable and breathe well.
These are perfect outdoor work shows.
They are also great for outdoor adventures.
I've had Saucony runners in the past and was pleased with their performance.
These trail runners seem to the best of both worlds (offroad & road).
Great traction as well if you do light hiking or taking a jaunt in the woods, etc.
Of all the shoes I've tried for power walking, these are by far the most comfortable.
They wrap my feet in soft padding and I never have any issues with my feet after long walks.
$59.52 - $147.69
New Balance Men's Fresh Foam Arishi V1 Trail Running Shoe
I buy at least one pair of NB trail shoes every year for playing disc golf.
These feel more like walking shoes than trail running shoes.
I wear them for daily walks and for errands.
It’s great for casual walking.
Bought these shows to walk on streets and trails.
Comfortable and supportive for running abnormal surfaces.
They feel great to walk in
I bought this for him to wear for when we go cruising outdoors bc he’s the one that runs after our children.
I have been using them for hiking, and they work great!
but is not squishing my feet because of they’re wide options, they are worth it,maybe not so much for running or hiking but for a calm cute outfit or calm walks it’s great