Most helpful positive review
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on March 2, 2014
I have put 25 miles on these shoes in the last 7 days on trails in the Sierra exclusively. The fit was excellent---never a blister or a friction spot. They seem very light to me and have good traction even in the soft trails after the recent snow/rain. My foot is anchored in the shoe in the exact spot it should be, and even going down steep trials there is no problem with my foot sliding forward. My last pair of Columbia hiking boots--a different design less expensive--held up very well in my opinion. I walked 6-7 days per week for 13 months---averaging 4 miles per day--- almost always on concrete/blacktop at that time---only the right heel wore excessively compared to the rest of the shoe. I think you could spend $100 more than the Peakfreak Enduro cost and not have a substantially better shoe----so they are a good value in my mind.