Vasque Men’s Inhaler II Gore-Tex Hiking Boot

September 30, 2016 - Comment

Peg your heart rate, eye your summit, and let the inhaler ii mid gtx do its thing. The gore-tex waterproof, breathable liner with extended comfort technology, sits just behind expansive air-mesh panels and 1.6mm leather, breathing as you bust out the effort. Ventilation ports at the toe and heel keep the airflow high, making the inhaler ii mid the perfect desert boot. Below all this respiration is a vibram pneumatic sole, featuring megagrip compound rubber – just the kind of grab you’ll need covering the miles come summer.

Product Features

  • Hiking boot featuring breathable 3D mesh panels and low-friction lacing
  • GORE-TEX with extended comfort technology
  • Dual-density EVA footbed

Comments

granflaco says:

Fantastic Boots for a ~30# load I wore these boot on the AT for a through hike in GA. I had 30- 32 lbs load and they did great. We averaged 17-20 miles per day. I have a size 13 and normally wear Asolo TPS for a heavy load so I wanted to get something lighter. It also rained on the trip and my feet were dry. I am flat footed if it matters to anyone. I really recommend these. No blisters for the 4.5 days of the trip.

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Amazon Customer says:

Best hiking boots I’ve owned. Surprising light. Amazingly comfortable — I feel like I’m wearing slippers while on my hikes, however the support is amazing. I walk/hike 5-6 miles every day in all kinds of weather and these work great!

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Owen Barton says:

Seems awesome for Summer Hiking Yet to go on a rigorous hike over rugged terrain and steep elevations, but wore them for a 5 mile walk over paved and gravel paths. No break in, comfortable right out of the box. The grip and or tread is awesome. Can’t wait to try on some rugged rocky terrain, the soles seem to have extra stick unlike other soles. Can’t judge water resistance, they say they have Goretex for water resistance but haven’t tested. Also they seem to wick away heat and moisture, it was in the 90’s and humid when I…

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