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- Upper - Suede leather and mesh allowing the shoe to be lightweight and breathable.
- Ghillie Lacing System - A criss cross lacing system which loop through material that makes up part of the upper so that they mould to your foot like a glove.
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Type: Block Heel
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The Hi-Tec Alto WP Trail Shoe is constructed of a suede leather and mesh upper allowing the shoe to be lightweight and breathable. The ghillie lacing system means the shoe moulds to your foot. The shoe features a lightweight injection moulded EVA midsole to ensure your foot is cushioned, giving you a pleasurable ride.
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Further to my initial review above...7 months on as below.
Have had these so called hiking boots just 7 months...they are comfortable, but not water proof...and the soles are coming away from the upper parts. I have worn these at least three times a week doing about 2/3 miles per walk, in all weathers, no hiking or rough terrain...but are just not fit for purpose. I am only 12 stone so its not as though I am a heavy person..don't waste your money if you do a lot of walking.
Update 7 months later - the soles are separating from the uppers. I've estimated I've walked about 300 miles in these shoes, so they work out at about 12p/mile. Still a fair bit of wear left on the soles and the grip is still reasonable but thet will fall apart soon. They have never been waterproof but have got progressively less so. They have always been comfortable my main gripe is they haven't been durable. My last pair lasted about 18 months until the soles had no tread (probably 400 miles +).
I'm not convinced they were ever waterproof.
I think I'll spend a bit more on my next pair.