RedHead McKinley Hikers for Men
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
finally e width boots
finally someone that sells ee width boots very hard to find up here in northern b.c. boots were very comfortable as I have heel spurs these did not bother me at all to wear all day long
November 16, 2010
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
Great value for the money
You can pay more for a good hiking boot, but this one has alot of bang for the buck. Very good overall quality, good support, and comfortable. It's a little on the heavy side, but for $30 that's a minor issue.
One negative note: One top shoestring "eyelet" came loose from the leather after some heavy use on a weekend campout. Even with this malfunction, the boot is still very good to wear. If you choose to buy, do a little QC check and make sure these "eyelets" are securely in place. If not for this problem, I would have given it a "5".
June 21, 2006