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The North Face Men's VECTIV Exploris Mid FUTURELIGHT Boots
  • Burnt Ochre/TNF Black
  • Military Olive
  • Olive
  • Sulphur
  • TNF Black
  • Tnf Black/Zinc Grey
  • TNF White/TNF Black
The North Face Men's VECTIV Exploris Mid FUTURELIGHT Boots

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WAS: $169.00 - $169.99*

KEEN Men's Targhee Vent Hiking Shoes
  • Cuban/Antique Bronze
  • Raven/Bronze Brown
KEEN Men's Targhee Vent Hiking Shoes

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WAS: $154.99*

Merrell Men's Speed Strike Hiking Shoes
  • Poseidon
Merrell Men's Speed Strike Hiking Shoes

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WAS: $59.99*

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Learn More About Buying Men's Hiking Footwear

Hiking footwear has to be extremely hardy. The options at Public Lands meet that requirement in spades. No matter what environment you plan to explore, we have a pair of shoes to help.

Pull-ons

If you want one-handed functionality, pull-ons are ideal. They're also convenient when your hands are nestled in gloves, which can restrict your finger mobility. This style eradicates the possibility of tripping on untied laces.

However, pull-ons do offer less ankle support than footwear with traditional laces. They can lose their shape over time, too.

Slip Resistance

Most people would benefit from choosing slip-resistant shoes. They're not always necessary, but you never know what sort of terrain you may encounter while hiking. Ice and mud can form unexpectedly in response to sudden weather changes.

Water Resistance

Unless you're trekking through a scorching desert, you might benefit from water-resistant or waterproof hiking footwear. Water-resistant footwear is adequate if the weather is a bit soggy.

Fully waterproof shoes are invaluable during activities that might drench you. To slosh around without soaking your feet, choose these.

Width

You can order shoes in either medium or wide width. Though many shoes offer multiple width options, choosing correctly is crucial with hiking footwear. Your feet get quite a workout when you hike, so even a tiny flaw in fit can have painful consequences.

Remember, hiking shoes can't work their best without socks. Grab a pair of hiking socks to complement your footwear.