Hi-Tec Bryce II Mid WP Boots — Men's
Why we made this
Designed to be comfortable, supportive and durable, this synthetic hiking boot is perfect for light hiking in varied terrain.
The Hi-Tec Men's Bryce II waterproof hiking boots feature a synthetic nubuck and mesh upper for lightweight, breathable comfort while the Ghillie and toggle lacing system creates an easy to manage, secure fit. A great value boot for the trail that will get you through any terrain, thanks to Dri-Tec waterproof membrane, MDT rugged rubber outsole and a steel shank for support and stability. This lightweight boot is the perfect mix of design and performance.
Synthetic upper with mesh underlays for support and breathability
Dri-Tec waterproof, breathable membrane helps to keep feet dry
Steel shank for support and stability
Moulded EVA footbed delivers underfoot cushioning and is removable
Rubber outsole delivers grip and provides durability
Sizes: US 7-12, 13, 14
Weight: 1202 g (pair US9)
Main Fabric Synthetic Nubuck, Mesh (upper) Weight (g) 1202 g (pair US9)
4.3 / 5.0
They are a great boot, these are replacements for my old ones. Bought the same again nice and comfy.
November 19, 2019
Going to buy another pair!
These have become my 'go-to'shoes/boots for dry bushwalking. Very comfortable, as per my review below, the toes needed some urethane re-inforcement, and the sides have now started to split, so a new pair needed. I disagree with mok.monster below, I find the grip to be excellent in a variety of locations, I used them in a wet Tassie summer in the Labyrinth in Feb 2018, will take them to dry Kakadu again this August. Price and comfort they are fantastic!
June 4, 2018
Good value, comfortable, light weight
Have had these for a bit less than a year. Insoles seem thin so I added another pair and they are fine as far as insulation and comfort goes, even for walking round in ice and snow in Canada last February. 200 gms lighter than my Scarpas (and much cheaper) so they're also good for wearing around town after the hike. Just used them on a 10 day hike in Kakadu and the toes are showing significant wear, might apply some urethane to this which will detract from their appearance. I find them very comfortable, great grip. I might have used them hard but I haven't used them much so my uncertainty as to their durability is the only thing that stops me giving these a '5'.
August 3, 2017
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