Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The majority of those who have purchased a pair of Jack Wolfskin Vojo Hike 2 Texapore Low are satisfied with its durable construction.
  • Many are surprised that it’s pretty light for a hiking shoe.
  • Hikers who have used the shoe on rocky trails are impressed by its great traction.
  • Most wearers say that the shoe runs true to size.
  • They also say that it’s a good all-around shoe. Most use it for hiking while others use it for urban walks and casual work.
  • Customers like that it’s comfortable to wear, despite being a rugged shoe.

1 reason not to buy

  • One reviewer says that the Jack Wolfskin Vojo hiker has a narrow toe box.

Bottom line

A light yet rugged shoe - the Jack Wolfskin Vojo Hike 2 Texapore Low is well-loved for its quality build and durable construction. It’s suitable not only for hiking but also for casual activities off the trail. 

Overall, the Jack Wolfskin Vojo is one tough hiking shoe although it runs a bit narrow for some. It’s a simple, classic shoe that offers good support and traction while keeping the foot comfortable and dry.

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Good to know

-The Jack Wolfskin Vojo Hike 2 is a versatile hiking shoe designed for woodland trails, roads, and gravel tracks. It’s equipped with a waterproof membrane to keep the feet dry on wet and rainy conditions.

-The low-cut upper is made of leather and synthetic fabric. It also features a cage construction for some breathability. 

-These hiking shoes from Jack Wolfskin feature a sure-grip rubber outsole, a soft PU insole, and EVA midsole.

The Jack Wolfskin Vojo Hike 2 is a low-cut hiking shoe for men and women. The leather and synthetic upper conforms to the foot and the lace-up closure system ensures that the wearer gets a snug fit each time.

The shoe outsole is made from sure-grip rubber - a patented slip-resistant sole technology that enables the wearer to navigate uneven terrain with ease. The aggressive tread pattern creates a strong grip and traction on the ground and the wide spaces between the lugs ensure that no mud or dirt gets stuck in between.

Another notable feature of this hiker from Jack Wolfskin is the EVA midsole. EVA has a rubber-like softness and flexibility. And despite being lightweight, it is very durable. Aside from providing comfort and cushion, the midsole promotes good roll-over performance on the trail. Unlike traditional rubber midsoles, those made from EVA do not flatten with repeat wearing. 

This footwear also comes with a PU insole for added comfort. PU material is soft, flexible, and has good shock absorption qualities. It also exhibits excellent grip on slippery surfaces, and durable enough to withstand tearing.

The Jack Wolfskin Vojo Hike 2 Texapore Low is a simple shoe with a classic-designed upper made of leather and synthetic materials.

It comes with the TEXAPORE waterproof membrane that is made up of 2-3 layers of water-repellent shell and waterproof PU material. The lining is complemented with a smooth inner material membrane for added protection from moisture, rain, and water.

This waterproof hiking shoe comes with a rubber toe protector against scrapes and sharp hazards on the trail. Lastly, it uses lace-up closure for a nice, secure fit. The shoe also comes with a little loop in the heel and tongue for easy slip-on and off.


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