- Leather / Suede / Mesh
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5" from arch
- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Features our lightweight, durable midsole for long lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return as well as an advanced traction rubber sole for slip-free movement on rough ground.
- HANDY FEATURES: Treacherous days out on the trail are comfortable and worry-free with this boot's waterproof full-grain leather and suede bootie construction and its durable mesh tongue for breathability.
- ADJUSTABLE FEATURES: The Newton Ridge Plus Waterproof Amped hiking boot features a lace-up closure for an adjustable, secure fit.
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A hiking boot designed with expert craftsmanship for the female hiking enthusiast, the Columbia Newton Ridge Plus Waterproof hiking boot is the ultimate companion for a rigorous day out on the trail. High quality materials are first and foremost on Columbia's list of requirements when designing and creating women's footwear. These boots combine durability and comfort seamlessly while remaining lightweight and stylish.Columbia's signature technology is what sets us apart, ensuring high-quality cushioning and ultimate protection from the elements. This hiking boot features a suede and leather waterproof exterior that protects from rain, mud, and muck from trail to mountain range. The advanced traction outsole works hard to tread grip to prevent slipping. Lastly, the signature lightweight midsole provides long-lasting comfort and superior cushioning for impact absorption and high energy return. Columbia offers these women's hiking boots in many stylish colors and sizes with a true-to-size fit.
- Package Dimensions : 13.7 x 9.29 x 5 inches; 1.06 Pounds
- Item model number : 1718821
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : January 16, 2017
- Manufacturer : Columbia
- ASIN : B01HEH2UOK
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I'll be going with the 9.5. I feel the slightest amount of pressure, and my big toe against the top of the boot in the size 9. I think that extra bit of room will make it better for the week long camping we'll be doing in Iceland. And Yes the shoe is very stylish in person!! Will update my other review once my trip is taken (may 2017) to update on the performance.
Updated after trip:: Amazing pair of boots. No time needed to break in. However sometimes it does rub against one of my ankles...definitely wear high socks. Overall still very happy with the quality, style, and price, especially as I am only a moderate hiker. I’d purchase again.
I usually wear a 10 but I read the reviews and decided to go up a half size. They fit great. Very comfortable.
These shoes are completely water proof, except of course if the shoe is submerged and the water enters from the opening for your foot to goes in. Other than that, feet stay completely dry. it’s like magic! They do get a little dirty however- I haven’t cleaned them yet but if you watch the video, you can see a spot of dirt on the left toe that was already there before I dipped my foot in the water.
I go through a lot of hiking shoes. This by far are the best hiking shoes I have owned.
very light and comfortable, also stylish.
This summer I wore this shoes straight for 11 days (93 miles trek to Everest Base camp and back)
I highly recommend this shoes!
I will definitely buy it again.
Join us for an adventure in the himalays!!! (hikewithsherpa.com)
baby peach color that is shown. The blue/leather part of the shoe is pretty accurate. It is like a cobalt blue. The leather is suede like but, even though it feels super soft on the outside, it is supportive. I am about to put 17 miles on these shoes this weekend and I will update my review after the impending hike!
Okay my final review...I LOVE THESE BOOTS!!!! They kept my feet dry (lots of rain in the mountains this past weekend), and the boots quickly dried as well. I just left them outside of my tent and they would be dry. Let me clarify here, the boots were never drenched i.e. dumped in a river and hung out to dry kind of wet, just the normal splashing through puddles etc. These boots also clean up nicely, I used wet ones and a microfiber cloth and viola, clean!
My feet were never sore wearing these boots but, it still felt great taking off the boots after a long day of hiking. They kept my feet warm but not in the sense fur-lined boots would keep your feet warm. When I would take off my boots and socks at the end of the day my socks would be a little "damp". Also no sweaty foot smell either.
The tread pattern on these boots handled rocks, mud, roots and steep climbs with ease, never once did I feel like my footing was going to slip.
I tried them on a moderate 5 mile hike on a rugged Washington (state) trail. No blisters. I put them to the test today (5/27/2018) on an 8 mile hike up a steep incline and holy cow. They were amazing.
Pictures are on this hike when we hit snow and kept going! I would advise that if you do a lot of hiking where debris (heavy rock/snow/dirt trails) is bound to get into your shoe to look into gator covers.
The one con is that the mouth of the shoe is wide, so SOMETIMES stuff gets in. Mainly snow, but that was more due to the fact that I kept sinking in. Otherwise, a nice gator cover would take these to 110%.
The only reason I deducted one star is because no matter how tight I tie the laces all the way to the top, the tongue makes it's way forward and sticks out, allowing whatever crap gets kicked up to fall in there. Usually not a huge problem, but I would prefer that not to happen.
Overall, a great shoe for a beginner to moderate hiker such as myself!
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Reviewed in Canada on August 19, 2019
Never mind I purchased these boots for over $100.00 less than I would normally paid for Keens...🙄🤔😏😊
The interior sole is very cushiony and soft, and I've been wearing them mostly around the city (Ottawa) to walk my dog. So far I've worn them in temps up to -25C, and they've kept my feet warm. They're not waterproof, but so long as you're not walking in a boggy or slushy area they should hold up well (treating them with a waterproof spray should help too, I haven't done that yet). The only thing that I find a *bit* of an issue is that the treads don't grip as well as I'd hoped. Walking on slippery surfaces (slick sidewalks freshly plowed) can be a challenge and I have to be a bit careful. Other than that though, I'm really pleased with these boots.