Who should buy Berghaus Hillmaster II GTX
The Berghaus Hillmaster II GTX is a value for money option for hikers who prioritize leather footwear. It's a solid choice for:
- Wearers who are tackling wet terrain
- Hikers who need the support and protection provided by high-cut boots
- Wearers looking for single-day hiking footwear
Outsole for multi-terrain use
The Hillmaster II GTX depends on its Vibram outsole in helping hikers maintain their footing on various types of outdoor surfaces. Most of its ability to produce traction, whether the terrain is wet or dry, comes from its multi-directional, debris-shedding lugs.
It has a hooked heel (also known as heel brake) that grants stopping power on descents.
Berghaus Hillmaster II GTX's shock mitigating midsole
Users get to keep a steady balance with adequate shock absorption and cushioning on the trail thanks to the gear’s heavy-duty midsole. Its single-piece build gives the boot a sleek profile overall. Its ability to provide a comfy ride is enhanced by the boot’s cushioned footbed.
Robust leather upper
The almost seamless upper of this Berghaus waterproof hiking boot is made mostly of leather. It has ample weatherproofing and breathability all because of the Gore-Tex Performance Comfort technology applied to its main bootie. Covering its lowest section is a thick rand that provides abrasion protection.
Debris and other intrusive elements are fenced out with the help of the Hillmaster II GTX’s gusseted tongue.
More information about the Hillmaster II GTX
- Its predecessor, the Hillmaster GTX, was under Brasher before the merger with Berghaus.