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Hiking Shoes for Women

  • Sstack

    Ariat Ladies Terrain Lacer Taupe

    With some of the highest ratings, these boots are built for the outdoors. They have a removable moisture wicking food bed lining, highly resistant to acidity, and have ATS technology to support and cushion your feet for hours on end. Another bonus is that they're super lightweight. ($71.19; sstack.com)

  • Gander Mountain

    Columbia Women's Helvatia Waterproof Low Hiking Shoe

    Made of durable suede leather, textile and webbing upper, these boots are designed to withstand and keep you dry. The bottom is Omni-Grip rubber to instill extra traction.  ($89.99; gandermountain.com)

  • Chacos

    Chacos Outcross MJ

    For an extremely lightweight and ventilating option, the Outcross MJ is your top option. The fabric is a breathable open mesh and is held together with adjustable webbing straps. ($64.99; chacos.com)

  • Ahnu

    Ahnu Montara Boot

    Constructed with Ahnu Numentum HIKE technology that is engineered to center and guide the foot to prevent injury. The hiking boot stands at mid-height and has major waterproof standards. ($165; ahnu.com)

  • Rei

    Salomon Ellipse GTX Hiking Shoes

    This boot has all the standard capabilities of being waterproof, lightweight, and durable. However, it is specifically designed for fast-paced hiking with special frames on the outsoles to ease heel-to-toe transitions. ($119.95; rei.com)

  • Northside

    Northside Monroe Low

    A different take on the best selling Monroe from Northside. This shoe has a lower cut for more versatility and everyday wear. It still has the same mesh construction with a solid TPR outsole. ($39.99; northsideusa.com)

  • Keen Footwear

    Keen Women's Koven

    The Koven is manufactured with all-day comfort in mind. Made of leather and breathable mesh, plus an extra stability shank and EVA midsole for underfoot support. The rugged outsole will grip multi-directionally for exceptional performance. ($90; keenfootwear.com)

  • Merrell

    Merrell Fluorecein Shell 6 Waterproof

    Trek through any kind of weather in this boot. The bellows tongue aids in keeping snow out while the faux fur collar will keep your ankles warm. The mid shell can withstand extreme weather. ($89.99; merrell.com)

  • La Sportiva Trango Cube GTX

    The Trango offers a new seamless technology with waterproof capabilities. The direct-inject lacing system is to ensure the highest abrasion resistance and minimize weight. A protective rand is included, as well as a removable tongue made of soft stretch fabric for desired comfort level. ($375; sportiva.com)

  • Oboz

    Oboz Sawtooth Low BDry

    A hiking shoe that crosses off all the qualifications. The waterproof and abrasion resistant shoe has an extra component that prevents the heel from collapsing even with extended high-impact. ($135; obozfootwear.com)

  • Asolo

    Asolo Outlaw GV

    The shape of this boot mirrors the shape of the foot for ultimate comfort and mobility. Made with waterproof lining and an outsole with friction in mind. ($171.48; asolo.com)

  • Vibram

    Vibram KMD Sport

    The unique aesthetic of the shoe, acting as a second skin, is all for optimal athletic capabilities. The shoe is stitch-free to reduce friction against the bare foot while the performance rubber outsole enhances the grip and protection you need. ($110; vibram.com)

 

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