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|Fits as expected||
- Leather and mesh
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5.25" from arch
- Hiking boot in waterproof full grain leather featuring Omnishield water and stain resistant treatment and compression-molded EVA foam midsole
- Triangular D-ring and clamshell lacing; Omnigrip lugged outsole;Techlite Cushioning midsole
- When comparing to the chart, use the closest larger measurement to determine your size per your country’s standard
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|Upper Material||Suede||Suede Leather/Mesh||Suede Leather/Mesh||Suede/ Leather/Mesh||Suede/ Leather/Mesh||PU Coated Leather|
|Weight||11.9 Oz||12.0 Oz||9.8 Oz||12.3||10.0 Oz||16.3 Oz|
Hit the trail whatever the weather in Columbia's Newton Ridge Plus hiking boot. Waterproof construction protects against early morning dew, streams, and showers. Breathable mesh helps ventilate the interior. Omni-Grip tread tackles rugged terrain with confidence.
Columbia offers a wide variety of outdoor performance footwear, outerwear, sportswear, and accessories. Columbia products are engineered using the best technologies and highest quality materials, providing you with innovative products that are functional yet stylish and a great value.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.45 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B006A11X1I
- Item model number: -
- Date first listed on Amazon: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Anyways, these boots were extremely lightweight and required almost no breaking in. My friend had some HiTech hiking boots and she said these Columbia boots were a lot lighter than hers. They were so extremely comfortable and easy to walk in. The size fits as expected if you go a half size up, and walking through the river, it kept my feet nice and dry. I think it would definitely keep you dry, but remember only as far as the shoe goes will it keep you dry lol. They've also got amazing grip. Whether we were on wet stones, or gravelly and sand covered rocks that could easily give way and make you slip or fall they worked amazingly.
My advice is to get your normal size unless you have wide feet, then I might consider going up a size.
Even when sized correctly, the step crease in the top of the boot folds down and touches the top of my big toe, which first creates a painful blister, and then eventually rubs the skin off. I've never had this issue with any other shoe or boot, but it seems like a common complaint for this boot.
For me the problem WASN'T immediately evident upon trying the boot on -- it actually took a mile or two of hiking before the pain kicked in, and then it didn't stop. I was wearing perfectly appropriate socks (fancy SmartWool specifically designed for hiking).
Had to bump it up to two stars because these would have been perfect for me if not for the toe issue. Love how they look, they're strong, lightweight, great ankle support. Wish I could have been one of the lucky ones whose toes escaped the wrath of the crease. :(
Not sure if they are waterproof yet but will update whenever I test them on water.
UPDATE July 2017
I went hiking on snow and after 3 hours the water made its way into my shoes. If you are a serious hiker in need of real waterproof boots, these are not the ones for you. I learned it the hard way and went to buy $150dls Vasque boots from REI, worth every penny!! These columbia boots started to fall apart by the end of my hike (15 miles, 4,000ft elevation) :(