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Vasque Breeze AT GTX Hiking Boots $129 Delivered @ Snowys


Great price for a supportive hiking boot.
Looking for versatility and durability from your footwear? The Breeze AT GTX Men’s Boots from Vasque won’t let you down.

These boots have an upper made from waterproof nubuck leather and mesh to protect you from the elements, while the Gore-tex membrane allows your feet to breathe while keeping water out. The higher cuff provides more support for your ankle and these boots have a dual-density EVA footbed, while the midsole features EVA pods for cushioning and a TPU shank for stability. For durability and grip out in the field, these boots feature a Vibram contact Megagrip compound outsole for 50% better abrasion resistance.

You can handle whatever the trail throws at you, with the Breeze AT GTX Men’s Boots from Vasque.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • +1

    These are seriously good hiking boots. Pedigree brand, just not that well known in Australia.. Highly recommend. They also have the women's on sale too if interested..?

  • +5

    Does this model support SLI?

  • Can someone who owns (and uses regularly) a pair of these please comment on how warm it gets on Australian conditions?
    I am a pretty beginner hiker who has been using regular sports shoes, and want to upgrade to something proper, but was worried it gets warm/sweaty in Australian weather.
    An online review says "I found that even when wearing lightweight merino socks, my feet grew swampy quickly in temperatures in the mid 60s Fahrenheit. "

    • I don’t have these specific ones but very similar. They are not good. They fell apart in about 2 years of very mild hiking, maybe 2 camping trips a year 3-5 day each max and 2-3 just outdoor trips with day hikes.
      Mine had a Goretex, either that failed or they just don’t breath but pretty much regardless of the weather my feet, especially around my toe would be wet. (Side note, I think goretex is a scam anyway, non of my gorwtex products lasted over a year use and kept being water tight. Just use real leather with water proof treatments I reckon.)

    • Haven't owned these but pretty sure the AT stands for alpine trekking. Makes sense to have goretex but will probably get very hot.

    • Best to try some boots on and find what fits and is comfortable. You may want to look at leather boots for Australian conditions, and Aussie disposals may have the larger range.

      You can try hitec, colombia, merrell, salomon etc at outdoor stores and Anaconda, Kathmandu etc. Be aware that some boots market themselves as leather, but are actually layers of skin-side leather with a lot of glue or an artificial leather such as Clarino, so they come across as soft. From recollection boots such as the Columbia Newton and Hitec base camp are in this category, and pretty much guaranteed to make your feet hot.

      Comfort is a relative thing but the Hitec Altitude were once a pretty comfy leather boot. Older versions of the Hitec Altitude tend to review better than the newer, and can still be bought.

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