Verdict from 1 expert and 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Almost everyone who bought this Harley-Davidson hiker rated its level of comfort quite highly.
  • Based on numerous reports, the Woodridge runs true to size.
  • Many wearers were extremely pleased with the gear’s ability to ward off wet elements.
  • A decent percentage of users applauded the boot’s mesmerizing looks.
  • Breaking in the Harley-Davidson Woodridge was an expedited experience for several owners.
  • Less than a handful of verified purchasers found its asking price pretty justifiable.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some reviewers were not impressed with the laces that tend to come undone far too often.
  • A few consumers didn’t like the somewhat confining width of this footwear.

Bottom line

Stylish, immensely comfortable, and amazingly waterproof—these are but a handful of descriptors that make the Woodridge quite the worthy investment. It is also something hikers may want to buy for its true-to-size fit. What some might consider a major disappointment in this footgear, however, is its slick laces. Overall, the Harley-Davidson Woodridge can be regarded as beyond competent thanks to its endearing list of outstanding qualities. That said, replacing its somewhat problematic laces might be a good idea to get a more reassuring ride in this boot.

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Good to know

  • The Woodridge blurs the divide between a lifestyle shoe and a hiker. It offers an athletic kind of performance in the expansive outdoors, whether on or off the trail.
  • Harley-Davidson engineers opted to give this gear a cemented construction. They “cemented” the boot’s upper securely to the sole unit with the use of a special kind of adhesive, granting the lightweight boot enhanced sturdiness as a result.

The Harley-Davidson Woodridge is an adequately true-to-size, mid-cut day hiker specifically designed for men. It comes in full and half sizes in standard width. Its ghillie-style lacing system gives wearers a snug and secure fit.

This men’s day hiking gear from Harley-Davidson has a long-wearing outsole made entirely of rubber. Wearers are promised the right amount of surface traction over unpredictable terrain with its aggressively grooved zones and multi-directional lugs.

The Woodridge is capable of giving hikers a stable and well-protected ride thanks to its thick yet cushy midsole. It is engineered considerably stout at the heel to mitigate shock upon every landing.

Complementing the midsole in providing underfoot comforting is the boot’s default footbed. This removable sockliner has a fabric top layer to prevent underfoot slippage and a cupped heel for added support.

The material mainly constituting the Harley-Davidson Woodridge’s mesh-lined upper is leather. It is of a waterproof sort, rendering the boot capable of keeping most types of watery elements fenced out. The upper’s rear and front ends (its heel and forefoot tip) are built with a sturdy covering which further strengthens the footgear and improves its defenses against wear and tear.

Its front closure uses a synthetic lace. It is rounded out with combination eyelets which are made up of fabric loops at the instep and plated lace holes at the top.

  • This H-D boot also comes in a version that is engineered with an ASTM-compliant composite toe. ATSM stands for American Society for Testing and Materials.


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