RedHead® McKinley Hikers for Men
I have Diabetic Neuropathy. Finding shoes That don't make the pain worse is hard to do and finding shoes I can actually walk in, is Impossible! I like a 6 inch boot to tinker in the garage. These shoes are comfortable enough I find myself spending more time doing something I enjoy rather than sitting in the recliner. I'm not going to walk a mile but I can wear these shoes nearly all day and get out of the house! Nuff Said!
October 28, 2014
my heel fell through.
I bought these for some hiking on a recent trip to Africa (yep). They fit well, they provided decent arch support, but after about four days of real use I noticed my right heal was kinda mushy. Almost like it was falling into a hole? Took the liner out and noticed the "mid sole" had broken/split. Took them back for store credit, not sure I would buy these again since no shoe should fail like that. I guess that is why they are so cheap. Noticed I'm not the only reviewer who has had this problem. I wonder if it is heat related?
September 27, 2014
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
For some reason they put a fabric eyelet onto these boots. Mine broke before my boot was even tied! I never got to put on the other boot! Can't add anything else to the review based on wearing 1 boot less than 30 seconds, but if you can't even tie them before they break, they are junk in my book.
December 28, 2013