I need a new pair of boots. General range/training use and hiking. So many to choose from, my head is spinning.
Yet another vote for the Moab's, great boots. Also if you are looking for something a little more low key Vasque Sun downers are a fantastic boot. I cant say how many hundreds of miles I've put on those boots but a little polish and a brush and they still look and wear great.Another vote for the Merrel Moab. I worked in Afghanistan for a number of years as a contractor. I would go thorough a pair of boots every 6 to 9 months until I got the Merrel's. The rocks over there ate up the soles.
There are at least four. Regular Moab nearing a 6" top, Moab low (sneaker type), then the Ventilator version of each.How many versions of the Moab do they make? I saw at least three or four.
That was my first Nutnfancy video back in the day and I've held that opinion of EVA ever since. I'm not sure how true it is, but it always made sense to me.Nutnfancy cautioned about EVA insoles and says to stay away from them but the problem is 90% of boots use that now.