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95 / 100 based on 1 expert reviews
Thumbs up for me, topnotch pair of kick and get yourselves out and buy some.
- Giving the Gomera GTX a rugged and classic look is its full leather upper. Its Gore-Tex lining and cushioned tongue and collar render comfort.
- The Multigrip sole unit includes a hard-wearing PU midsole and a sole profile number 62. The former works with an Air-Active footbed for optimal underfoot cushioning. The outsole, on the other hand, is designed with lugs that are able to self-clean, enhancing grip on every stride.
The Meindl Gomera GTX caters to male and female backpackers. It comes in whole and half sizes, as well as in standard width. Enabling users to customize the fit as desired is its classic lace-up closure. This high-cut backpacking boot generally runs true to size.
The Gomera GTX features the Multigrip outsole. The climbing zone at the toe area and the increased surface contact at the heel grant a more secure foothold on rocky terrain. The spacing of the boots allow shedding off of dirt as users go on their hikes.
A polyurethane (PU) midsole provides long-lasting cushioning and comfort. This material is also known for its flexibility, high tensile strength and resilience. An Air-Active footbed, comprising of a Soft Print foam attached directly to a drysole fleece, promotes breathability.
The Meindl Gomera GTX has a full leather upper that combines of nubuck and suede. These materials make the boot durable and flexible. It is coupled with a Gore-Tex Performance Comfort lining which protects the foot against water intrusions while keeping a ventilated in-shoe environment. Likewise, this laminate offers a moderate amount of insulation.
- Categorized as A/B, this backpacking boot is ideal for trekking on high alpine pastures and maintained paths on low mountain ranges.