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- Vibram sole
- Shaft measures approximately 4.75" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 1"
- Leather hiking boot with logo accents featuring corded lace-up vamp and speed-lacing grommets at top
- Padded tongue and collar
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Lowa has upgraded its popular Women's Renegade GTX Mid Hiking Boot with a new Monowrap frame construction that not only reduces the boot's weight but also improves its stability for even greater comfort on your weekend hikes. Combined with a women's-specific last and a stiffer shank for extra support, the Renegade GTX is ready for miles of hiking on anything from gravel roads to boulder-strewn backcountry trails.
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.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 10 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0042ANDF8
- Item model number: 320945-W
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Top customer reviews
Renegade is Lowa's most popular and hardest working hiking boots. Let's face it, most people are not doing long-mileage days bushwacking with a heavy pack strapped on. For most people the most they'd do is to hike for 5 hours (with a 2 hr break) with less than 10lb on. If they do it once a month that's considered often.
Thus the demand and appreciation for this model is high. They are built for your typical occasional day hikers in mind. The built and support are more than enough for them. It is also a good pair of work boots if your working environment demands such footwear.
After Vasque Wasatch gave me 4 hot spots on a 12-mile day hike up to Mt. Baldy (yeah, testing new boots doing 6000' gain and loss in one day, very smart of me) and 2 hot spots after another 14-mile backpacking day gaining and lossing 4000' with 20lb on (gotta give it a second chance, right?), I returned the Wasatch and bought Lowa Renegade instead.
I tried them for an over-nighter carrying 25lb and covered about 7 miles total in a day with very moderate elevation gain and loss, I was sold on Renegade. They did the job beautifully, never made me feel like wearing ski boots or not having enough ankle/foot support and sole flexibility.
However, I can imagine if I'd up the mileage, elevation gain/loss, and backpack weight, I would need something more heavy duty (I bought a pair of Lowa Vivione on Amazon). However, since I don't backpack all the time (who does??), for intermediate/advance level day hikes in the Sierra, Renegade is a perfect pair of boots.
Lowa makes several models in wide and narrow width besides the usual med width. Make sure you order your boots in the right width.
The fact that they were waterproof for so long is what's really impressive. Other boots I've purchased lose their waterproofing within a few months of abuse and I would have to treat them repeatedly to have dry feet. Not these Lowas! The all leather design keeps these boots waterproof without extra sprays or treatments and makes them extremely durable.
There's almost no break-in period with them, as they're comfortable right out of the box.
I did need a wide version of this shoe, and fortunately they make one.