Footwear

England, Mike
When the peaks and alpine lakes call, pick up the Tibet GTX Hi from Lowa and head to the high country. Read more >>
Review: Scarpa Kailash Trek GTX
Mike England
Comfy right out of the box, Scarpa's Kailash Trek GTX hugs the foot tight for a rock-solid fit. Read more >>
Review: Lowa Tibet GTX Hi
Jordan Shanahan
At 4lbs. Read more >>
Review: Tecnica Forge GTX
Cindy Gonzalez
The Forge GTX is a rugged hiker that’s all about the fit: adaptive-shape molding makes this boot the Read more >>
 Vasque Breeze III GTX
Mio Alt
My field-test of Read more >>
Altra King MT 1.5
Chris McCarthy
Whether the MT stands for Montana or mountain, I feel like the king of both when running in Altra’s Read more >>
Vasque Trailbender II Review
David Tucker
As spring turns to summer, you'd think that trail conditions would become more dependable. But here in Bozeman, especially after our huge winter, we can expect a variety of surfaces all summer long. Read more >>
Icebug, Pytho4 bugrip
Angie Mangels
When your favorite trail takes forever to thaw out, a studded running shoe comes in handy. Read more >>
Drew Hulse
When I think bison wool, I think thick, durable, and warm—as in capable of plowing trenches through snow as our national mammal. Read more >>
Review: Schnee's Montana II ADV
David Tucker
One boot that does it all.  Read more >>
Icebug Diana BUGrip
Angie Mangels
Nobody really enjoys the slick conditions that are a part of getting around during winter, but with Icebug’s Read more >>
Stabil Stabilicers Run
Mike England
Around here, running season never ends—at least not for fanatics, and those of us who want to stave off winter flab. But hikers don’t quit, either, and the trails get hard and slick, making cleats a necessity. Read more >>
Schnee's Mission Boot
Chris McCarthy
You know those jacked-up 4x4 vehicles that get folks in and out of steep, and sometimes treacherous, places?  That’s exactly what I think of when I look at Read more >>
Mike England
Running from one extreme to another. Read more >>
LOWA, climbing shoe
Brandy Burke
I reached a whole new level with the Sparrow climbing shoe from Lowa—the several weeks I spent bouldering in them at Read more >>
Lowa, Zephyr, Outside Bozeman, footwear, lowa boots
Mike England
A familiar quandary in outdoor towns is ambiguity of dress: is this recreational apparel or casual wear? Can I don biking shoes to the bar, hiking boots to an art show? Read more >>
Hoka OneOne Challenger ATR 3
David Tucker
Spring in Bozeman means variable trail conditions, so if you’re going to spend time on the run, you’ll need a shoe that can handle it all. Enter the Challenger ATR 3 from Hoka One One. Read more >>
Hi-Tec Waimea Falls
Melissa Doar
Rarely does a product come along whereby I find myself secretly hoping for the end of ski season in exchange for warmer temps. The super-comfy Hi-Tec Waimea Falls casual sandals actually had me contemplating such nonsense. Read more >>
Rockport Trail Technique
Simon Peterson
I walk a lot—around town and in the mountains—and I have struggled for years to find durable and practical shoes that fit my wide foot and also fit a modest budget. Thanks to the Rockport Trail Technique, I have to look no further. Read more >>
Oboz Madison Boots
Stoops, Kira
These comfy-cute snow boots belie a beastly survival instinct. I jumped into ankle-deep half-frozen puddles, and watched the water just roll off. Trekking up snowy, wet trails, I couldn’t keep them dirty. Icy concrete? No slipping. Read more >>
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