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ECCO Men's Track II Mid Gore-Tex Boot


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This is my (at least) fifth pair of these boots, and the quality and comfort are the best of any shoe I have tried.
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Comfortable and breathable, these are great all weather boots and look decent enough to wear to work on casual days.
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Bison-Bison
  • Leather
  • Manmade sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 7" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 1"
  • Mocc-toe hiker with durable D-ring and hook eyelets
  • Waterproof GORE-TEX lining
  • Anatomically contoured footbed
  • Removable Comfort Fibre System insole

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For those long days on the hiking trail, a good boot can be your best friend. The Track II from Ecco is not only lightweight, flexible, and durable, but it also features a waterproof Gore-Tex lining for wet conditions. Spend all day hiking and feel secure with the anti-bacterial treated insole keeping down odor and absorbing moisture, while the comfort fiber cushions you every step of the way.

The Ecco "Track II High" is a hiking boot with all the features of a comfort shoe. The outsole construction is a direct injection process, which molds the outsole directly to the upper making the boot more flexible and lightweight. Variable width fit system. The lug sole design makes this boot suitable for rugged terrain or ordinary street wear. A leather and oiled nubuck upper with gusseted tongue is lined with GORE-TEX for waterproof, breathable wear.

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  • ASIN: B000H73XV4
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 00195400741
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,146 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    These boots are worth every penny.
    Benjamin
    Extremely comfortable, with great support, and very durable.
    loveboseman
    Each pair of eccos have lasted 12 months or more!
    T. Janke

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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin on May 23, 2009
    In these boots, I feel like I can walk three times as far, in half the time. I don't know what the exact increase is, but I can walk noticeably further in these over any other hiker or shoe I've compared them to. They seem to delay the onset of fatigue.

    Not only that, but I swear my footing is better as well. On those now rarer occasions when I do lose my footing, I honestly feel as if I have better control through the incident. I suspect that the combination of the tread pattern and the very soft material on the sole are the main reason why the handling of these boots seem so much better than others.

    A lot of reviews complain about rapid sole wear. It's well known softer tires wear down fast, but have superior grip. It's the same thing here. They have a very soft grippy material most shoes don't have. If you're primarily walking on concrete, you should seriously consider that.

    When I got my first pair, I worked in a corporate environment where my day was running around the different carpeted floors of the building. I also drove to that job. At that time, I was also seriously trail hiking(10+ mile hikes twice a week or more when I could do it) and doing some backpacking. I hiked all around northern california trails. The wear at that time seemed very slow.

    When I started wearing them in a job that involved me walking between 8 different buildings over concrete throughout the day, every day, as well as doing 8 block walks between agencies in the city on an every other day basis, the soles disintegrated. I also wasn't hiking at all during this time. It seemed about the same amount of walking, but what I was walking on chewed them up.
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    24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 6, 2009
    This will be my second pair of ECCO Men's Track II High boots. I will start out by saying that they are very comfortable and the uppers are bullet proof. The weak link is the sole. It is an injected/molded design which cannot be replaced (with same design). The outer material wears quickly, exposing the black injected foam. Once this happens, the sole will wear quickly and the boot will have to be re-soled. When I sent mine to Ecco, they charged me $75.00 and replaced the sole with a hard Vibram sole. Completely changed the characteristics of the boot....no longer a "cushy" ride! Contacted Ecco customer support and got noooo response. Opposite of Keen which will do anything to make their customers happy.....disappointing!
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Janke on December 23, 2006
    I am a 5'6" woman courier for FedEx and am on my 4th pair of ecco boots. Women's boots are too flimsy and in and out of a truck 100+ times a day, I need ankle support that women's boots do not provide. Each pair of eccos have lasted 12 months or more! The other day my manager was complaining that he needed a new pair of boots and he proceeded to show me the soles of his 6 month old shoes (mind you he does not put on nearly the mileage, on his boots, that I do) that he'd paid $70 for and the tread was completely gone in places. My boots on the other hand, which I've had over 12 months, show lots of tread left. He balked at the $200 price, but for me these are worth every penny. They are light weight and do not require a break in period. I prefer the Track II High style the other style I did try but returned because they did rub.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By scott_from_dallas on April 7, 2007
    I bought these shoes from a clearance rack. A little less than half price, and having looked for these previously, I thought I was all set. They weren't even really hand scuffed at all, as I've seen many display models take much more abuse.

    Took them home, and per my policy of wearing around the house before I ruin them for return, started noticing they were a bit tight in the forefoot area -- around the top of the foot from where the ball is. At first, I thought the laces were too tight, so I loosened them, but I noticed the problem on the other shoe. Add to that the fact that 1) the size was correct -- I have several pairs of Ecco shoes that fit perfectly; 2) my right and left foot are actually a little different from each other (don't ask), so a problem in one shoe shouldn't necessarily be repeated in another unless there is a bigger problem; and 3) I've never noticed this in any pair of shoes that were otherwise fitting correctly. I knew I had a problem, but I kept hoping that they would break in a little, so I wore them until I couldn't stand them -- about 30 minutes. I've learned from previous experience that there is no use fighting it. Take the emotion out of the equation and return the shoes. As much as I hated to give up a great deal, I knew I wouldn't wear them.

    Now, they MAY break in, and they MAY fit your foot perfectly. I think they can be a very good boot for those that fit. All I'm saying is that don't assume that your size in this shoe will fit your foot. My foot is wide, but width wasn't the problem. They were comfortable other than the front top of the shoe.
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    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By JTK Out West on July 8, 2012
    Like many people writing reviews of ECCO shoes, I have been a fan of theirs for 20 years, if not more. Sorry to say that in the last few years, I have experienced quality issues with ECCO, primarily with the sole and occasionally, fit. My experience has not been as dramatic as some here, where the sole suddenly disintegrates or performs a disappearing act in the closet after one month of wear. Rather, I noticed that within six months of purchase the soles of my shoes and boots showed grey-black dots, about the size of a pencil eraser. At first I thought I had stepped in something inky, but upon closer examination I realized that the dots were actually holes in the sole, disintegrating from within. The dark spot was merely the outside skin of the sole had not (yet) disintegrated. Of course that inevitably wore off or fell off, and I was left with two pairs of boots and two pairs of Track II shoes in various stages of sole disintegration. I should say that not all of my shoes were in equal disrepair. One just had a few "dots". But the boots were a disaster. Moreover, I also noticed that the seam between the sole and shoe had started to crack and come apart on one of the Track II shoes -- alarming. I had several pairs repaired via the mail in service (Nushoe) but those soles wear out as any other type of sole, so I felt that I had not enjoyed the durability that ECCO once promised, in exchange for premium pricing. I am very hesitant now about purchasing ECCO, and feel disappointed that I must say that.
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