RedHead McKinley Hikers for Men
Not for daily use.
I normally have Great Luck from the bass pro products I buy. I purchased these shoes for the summer season they are light. I wore them about three weeks and I noticed that the ball of my left foot and the heel of my right were getting sore. I pulled the inter sole and found the liner below had completely com apart. Im guessing that if I had worn these one day at a time with a few days between I would not have had an issue. But I were them 5 days a week and did not last. I hope Im the exception , I could not find my receipt so I'm stuck.
June 16, 2012
Realy good buy for the money
I got these boots at the beginning of the summer to start my hiking season in April. They really held up well. They are still in really good condition at the season November. Although after the first hike I found that that they needed for me any way a little more cushioning. I got in certs from the foot were dept. at basspro and they worked out just fine after that. The laces,soles and whole boot held up well. I primarily used these for trails,and low level climbing not really Mt. climbing. They were really good with being water resistant also my feet stayed dry while walking threw mud and shallow puddles and streams.
November 24, 2011
Soles like flip flops
These boots provide acceptable ankle support, but the soles are so thin you can feel individual stones walking on a gravel driveway. If you actually wear them on a trail, your feet are going to take a beating. The soles are as thick and protective as flip flops. Good for cutting the grass or walking on a concrete sidewalk, but not much else.
September 14, 2014
RedHead McKinley Hikers
Bought this hiker for my son. He is hard on foot wear. RedHead hikers take a beating.
Not this years model of the RedHead McKinley. The last two eyelet hooks for lacing the top of the hiker up are made of a soft metal. My son had these eyelet hooks snapped off in the first week.
Had to remove 4 eyelet hooks in each hiker and just use the rivet holes to lace up the boots.
May 6, 2013