The Alterra GTX is a versatile waterproof boot that you can count on. Built for comfort the Alterra is ideal for moderately difficult terrain in three season conditions. The asymmetric construction with AKU's exclusive anatomical ELICA Technology ensures you can stay on the trail longer and go further.
Keep your feet dry in all conditions with the integrated waterproof GORE-TEX Performance Comfort membrane.
The VIBRAM Octopus sole grips on just about anything. Perfect for hiking trails with loose dirt and rock slabs.
AKU ELICA TECHNOLOGY
ELICA Technology ensures an anatomical fit to provide better stability and weight distribution across your boot sole to reduce pressure points and encourage better hiking form.
DESIGNED TO BE THE MOST COMFORTABLE HIKING AND BACKPACKING BOOT POSSIBLE
- VIBRAM® OCTOPUS Hiking Outsole
- GORE-TEX ® PERFORMANCE COMFORT Waterproof Membrane
- NYLON + DIE CUT EVA Medium Stiff Lasting Board for Comfort and Protection
- Midsole: DOUBLE DENSITY PU
- Upper Material: SUEDE +STRETCH FABRIC
- Toecap & Upper Protection: LIBA SMART PU
- Footbed: CUSTOMFIT IMS
- Weight: 670Grams Per Boot
- Made in Europe
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SIZE
We create our footwear using lasts based on real feet. Because of this we make it easy to find your perfect fit.
1st. Step onto a piece of paper and mark just behind your heel and in front of your longest toe.
2nd. Do this for both feet and then measure the centimeters between these lines. This measurement is your Mondopoint.
3rd. Using the measurement from your longest foot find your correlating size below.
Have only had them a few weeks, and no big hikes yet, but most comfortable boots out of the box that I have ever purchased!
Owned 6 months. Use them daily 2-3 times a day on my dog walks. Lots of mud, water, concrete, trails, you name it. Have also used them on hikes. Had Vasque (some low end hikers) and OBO in the past. Like these much more.
Very comfortable from day one and getting more comfortable. Very waterproof as I've been ankle high in water without getting wet. Walking on wet rocks and the grip is better than any shoe I've owned (see above). THey have a great sole design. These are supportive for what I've put them through, but I haven't done backpacking or the like. These are heavier than the above mentioned boots, but not excessively so. With that you get an assurance in every step, that I didn't feel before. Again, without model numbers, this may be a bit of apples to orange comparison. YMMV
I'm just hoping that the tread lasts. I can't say one way or the other at this point. Told my spouse to buy a pair and she just put in the order today.
They’re great. Super comfortable and capable.