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Ideal for day hikes and short-haul weekend pack trips, the LOWA Renegade GTX Hiking Boot combines versatility with comfort. Featuring a moisture-wicking footbed, full-length nylon shank, and shock-absorbent Vibram sole, these all-terrain hiking boots are designed to support lightweight packs up to 25 pounds.
Tackle any terrain and any weather in the Lowa Renegade GTX Mid. This men's hiking boot features a water-repellent nubuck leather upper. A Climate control footbed with comfort perforations improves breathability. The seamless, waterproof Gore-Tex lining reduces hot spots. This Lowa outdoor boot also has a full length nylon shank and a Vibram Evo outsole. Take the Lowa Renegade GTX Mid on your next weekend adventure! This style runs small. Please order up ˝ size.See all Product Description
My First hiking boot, before i used Combat style boots like Dr. Martins and sometimes Gym Shoes when I go fishing or birding. Read morePublished 2 days ago by William Devine
Though I haven't owned any other boots in this price range, I was blown away by what a difference these have made. Read morePublished 10 days ago by bryan rippetoe
Broke them in on an 8 mile backpacking trip without blisters. Give good breathing and lightweight. My pack is only 35 lbs. Gives great arch support. Read morePublished 10 days ago by firstname.lastname@example.org
My previous Lowas (bought in Switzerland) lasted me 12 years and I've taken them on hikes on four continents. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Subir Grewal
After wearing timberland for the last 20 years the last 7 years I have seen the quality and comfort go downhill. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Joe A. Gomes
Bought them less than a year ago. Used them for less than two months of hiking and now they are falling apart. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Yevgeniy Rechkin
Great boots. Easy to speed lace. Could use more arch support, but very comfortable none the less. Insoles with good arch support would fix it.Published 18 days ago by Ken H.
This boot fit perfectly. I took them out of the box and hiked Mt. Emmons from Crested Butte to Kebler Pass without breaking in first. Read morePublished 18 days ago by larry fagerquist