Verdict from 5 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Virtually everyone who has reviewed the Garmont Agamura is impressed with its fine craftsmanship.
  • Based on several reports, the Agamura’s lightness is outstanding.
  • Design-wise, the featured hiker is simply stunning, some purchasers claim.
  • This high-quality approach shoe is unbelievably comfortable, say about a handful of users.
  • To a few adventurers, the Agamura has fantastic surface traction.
  • An owner simply adores the incredible approach hiking performance of this Garmont gear.

1 reasons not to buy

  • According to a patron, the Garmont Agamura’s vibrant upper bleeds.

Bottom line

In the areas of build and aesthetics, the superbly lightweight Agamura is nothing short of astonishing. It is also a desirable shoe when it comes to comfort and grip factor. That said, the product in question comes with a flaw in the form of a bleeding leather upper.

Overall, the Garmont Agamura is a capable approach companion, thanks to its decent list of trail-to-rock characteristics. Those who would not want to get their feet stained, however, may look elsewhere.

Good to know

-The Agamura by Garmont is engineered for approach travelers who need extra precision in their step, especially where the terrain turns for the steep.

-Garmont shoemakers built it with a brand-owned tech called a.d.d. or Anatomically Directed Design. This piece of company-exclusive technology encourages the foot to push forward without requiring too much effort from the user. It also helps the wearer achieve footing balance naturally.

Garmont’s Agamura is a below-the-ankle shoe built specifically for male and female approach hikers. It belongs to the Active fit category, which means it has an overall broader interior. This particular last type also leaves the shoe with a more secure instep zone. A customized lockdown is courtesy of the Agamura’s lace-up closure.

Vibram Rock is the name of the outsole responsible for giving wearers ample underfoot stickiness in the Agamura. It is based on Vibram’s XS Trek compound, which promises a balance between responsiveness and surface adhesion on a variety of terrain. Its designers gave it a multitude of lugs and long-wearing ridges for added slip resistance over loose soil. They also furnished its toe end with wavy treads for extra grip during smears.

The Garmont Agamura produces enough cushioning underfoot, whether on or off the trail, with its springy midsole. It is made wholly of polyurethane (PU)—a material known for its high durability and compression resistance. The heel portion of this component is thick and bouncy enough to give approach adventurers adequate shock mitigation on ground impact.

Right atop the Agamura’s highly resilient midsole is a cushy footbed for additional comfort. It is also made of PU.

What houses the foot in the Garmont Agamura is a low-top shell made of suede leather, which is 1.6 mm in thickness. It is lined with mesh fabric and cotton for an extra-snug in-shoe feel. Owners can easily slip in and out of its confines thanks to the synthetic pull loop attached to its heel.

It is in the Agamura’s upper where most of the a.d.d. components can be seen. Yes, the shoe’s asymmetrical cuff, differential ankle pads, anatomical tongue, precision lacing, and spacious forefoot zone make up Garmont’s Anatomically Directed Design technology.

The Agamura’s closure system is comprised of regular eyelets and a synthetic lace. Note that none of its eyelets are plated.

  • This comfy approach shoe has a knit fabric counterpart in the Garmont Agamura Knit.
  • The Dragontail LT is yet another Garmont offering that sports a suede leather upper. Compared with the featured shoe, however, its leather upper is thicker at 1.8 mm.


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