Columbia Men’s Redmond Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Mud, Garnet Red, 10.5 D US

July 25, 2017 - Comment
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Durable, waterproof hiker

Product Features

  • Lace-up trail runner featuring reinforced toe cap and logo patch at tongue


John says:

I really liked these shoes I really liked these shoes. They are as comfortable as sneakers and were waterproof for about 5 months. I had no problems breaking them in and there is a ton of traction for winter use. However, all the black rubber on the top front part of the shoe developed cracks and now leaks water.I have never really seen cracks like this and it’s only on one shoe. It looks like the rubber dried out. I am hoping it’s a fluke as it only affects one shoe.

jackson morris says:

AS PROMISED! Any time a shoe says both “Breathable” & “Water Resistant” I am skeptical.This shoe delivers big time! I live in the Pacific Northwest and hike often in wet, muddy conditions and this shoe GRIPS.I rarely ever have wet socks when I wear this shoe and here is the “kicker”.I have ONE FOOT. Balance, grip, performance is key for me and I recommend this shoe highly even for people with two feet.

TT says:

Doesn’t fit the same as other Columbia styles These shoes are comfortable, but they don’t fit as well as I’d hoped. I normally hike in Columbia North Plains Vented shoes, but I was travelling to a national park in a colder climate, and wanted a waterproof trail shoe that was a little warmer. This shoe is definitely warmer than the North Plains Vented, but they don’t seem to fit my feet as well. This shoe is narrower across the front of the shoe, but feels wider at the heel. Both the forefoot and heel have substantial, almost bouncy…

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