Sorel is a household name in seasonal regions with good reason: They’ve mastered the art of cold-weather footwear. Amongst their vast portfolio of award-winning products, the Tofino and Joan of Arctic (JOA) boot are largely responsible for Sorel’s popularity amongst … Continue reading
Sometimes – perhaps oftentimes – nothing beats a KEEN.
That’s certainly the case with the new KEEN Summit County III boot. Last year, I gave the Summit County II boot a … Continue reading
Say what you want about winter footwear, convenience and comfort is where it’s at.
I’ve been trying out a pair of Kamik Champlain boots for about three months now, and I have no reluctance to say almost anyone who spends … Continue reading
Your poor, tireless feet. They’ve suffered at the helm of flimsy footbeds for far too long. You know the kind: the ones that come standard in any boot or shoe. A thin piece of foam is practically all that separates … Continue reading
The UGG boot may finally have some stiff competition. I hate to compare but if you live anywhere with more than one season, you may be throwing your UGG boots out with the bath water. I consider the Columbia Sportswear … Continue reading
In a sea of beige-colored hiking boots, Hi-Tec has set out to bring some flavor to the trails with the Sierra Lite Originals. Inspired by the brand’s first boot in 1978, the Sierra Lite Originals are a throwback to a … Continue reading
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast who’s foreign to KEEN, it’s imperative you stop and read this article.
KEEN caters to those who live the “HybridLife.” By their definition, this encompasses those who like to play anywhere without a ceiling while … Continue reading
I’ve been experimenting with two different KEEN hiking boots over the summer here in Canada’s Northwest Territories with pleasant, albeit, different results.
First up is the KEEN Oregon PCT boots. These big bruisers … Continue reading