Simms® Pursuit Mid GORE-TEX® Waterproof Hikers for Men
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- Versatile, waterproof mid-height hiker
- Waterproof nubuck leather uppers
- GORE-TEX inner booties for complete waterproof protection
- Dual density midsole
- OrthoLite™ memory foam sockliners for super cushioned footbed
- Non-marking Vibram outsoles - perimeter trail lugs and inner marine lugs with micro-channel sipes
Simms Pursuit Mid GORE-TEX Hikers keep your feet dry from the boat to the lodge to the trail and everywhere in between without compromising breathability or comfort. Combining a tough and waterproof nubuck leather upper with cushioning Ortholite memory foam sockliner, the Pursuit Mid Hiker delivers comfort and stability. GORE-TEX seam-sealed inner booties offer complete breathable waterproof protection you can count on through your outdoor adventures. A dual density midsole with greater resistance in the heel area provides greater comfort and support, while the mid height ankle provides greater protection and warmth. A unique combination of perimeter trail lugs and inner marine lugs with micro-channel sipes on the non-marking Vibram outsole delivers sure wet or dry traction over various surfaces. Color: Khaki/Moss. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: SGBTM000.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4 out of 5 by Thom25 Simms hiking boot bargain
I don't think you'll find a better value for a gortex/vibram hiking boot.
I think there's a problem with their sizing because I had to get a size bigger than I've ever gotten before. They seem to be short in the toe area. Maybe that's why they're selling them so cheap.
However, with an extra insole, they're the most comfortable boots I have.
October 23, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by MdOutdoorEnthusiast Just OK Boots
I purchased these when they were introduced, and thought GORE-TEX waterproof boots for under $100 were a bargain. My main problem is lack of comfort and ability move around my feet from the ankle area. The boots are stiff in the ankle area, and run high over the ankle causing irritation from rubbing. It seems to be waterproof so far, so I am pleased with that, especially after returning a pair of boots (different brand) that claimed to be waterproof and were not.
I have not spent over $100 for the hiking boot brands known for high quality boots, but I would like to try Merrell.
May 3, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mndwander Avoid at all costs.
Cons: Lack of sufficient cushioning
Laces need to be replaced
I recently purchased this hiking boot from BassPro in Rancho Cucamonga. I looked at Merrell, Vasque, and Northface. all those boots are $160 for a reason. I saw these for $80 and picked them after a quick walk around in them. They felt like they might be okay, so I decided to go for them, with the guarantee from BassPro that I can return them if I wear them.
I was so very wrong to purchase these. I live in the San Bernardino Mountains where incline hiking is the norm. Going down a slight slope gave me terrible pains because of the lack of cushion for the the toes. I walked barely a mile before having to retie my laces 5 times. I never had this problem with any of my previous boots.
I don't care if you think you can deal with your toes getting crunched for $80 boots, you are not prepared for the pain.
February 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by smoothbean great hiker
I bought these boots with the intention of going out into the wilderness to hike or with my bow. super stout for taking a beating and well built. The bottoms are not to overly lugged yet I wore them in clay based trails and they had great traction. The only reason I am giving them a 4 star rating is becuase they run a bit small in the toe box, I'm a solid 10 in any brand or style and I had to go to a 10.5 with these. Great pair of boots for the money and with these colors you can probably were them hunting in the southwest.
February 11, 2013
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