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GoLite Women's XT89 Fast Hiking Boots

GoLite Women's XT89 Fast Hiking Boots

  • Upper: premium waterproof leather
  • Waterproof membrane protects you from the elements
  • Asymmetrical protective rubber toe rand
  • Insole: versatile PreciseFit™ insole system that can be customized for N-M-W; by removing or adding a pad to the insole, you can modify the forefoot volume in the shoe to get a better fit
  • Midsole: lightweight thermo-plastic plate under-foot provides support while flexing with the outsole design
  • Outsole: cup-type outsole design offers the support of a hiker with the quickness of a running shoe in the back
  • Outsole: Gecko™ 270° flex outsole flexes multi-directionally and offers unprecedented responsiveness from the trail
  • Outsole: Gecko lug pattern with over 300 mini lugs offers unbelievable traction
  • Zero Drop construction for superior balance- there is no heel lift just as if you were barefoot
  • Rock Absorber construction where the softer part is against the ground while the foot rests on a stable frame for maximum stability
  • Use: outdoor fast packing and hiking
  • Weight: 12.4 oz (Size 7)

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4 Star Rating

Reviews - GoLite Women's XT89 Fast Hiking Boots

4 Stars kcsandy - 2012-10-31

After a lot of research, I settled on these GoLite hikers for a trek to Everest Base Camp for their reported wide toe box, insulation and zero toe to heel drop (I'm happiest in barefoot shoes). They showed up yesterday, and I am wearing them for the first time today. They are comfortable, cute and roomy. The only complaint is, I put them on with medium thick socks and was surprised to find that they are tight. I wear a 6 on the street, and a 6.5 in a hiker or running shoe. I ordered a 7 in the GoLite to make room for socks, and still find them slightly tight. I don't know if this is just my reaction to having to wear a real (not barefoot) shoe, or whether it would have been better to order a 7.5. I'll try some different socks while I'm breaking in, and I will update my review after I get back from my trip, mid-December. I will say, I've had a pair of GoLite lightweight hikers for about 10 years and they've serviced me well. I'm hoping for the same here.


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