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89 / 100 based on 11 expert reviews

  • 90 / 100 | A Pirate's Life

    Anyway, I would highly recommend this boot to anybody hiking or just being outdoors and wanting to feel comfortable while looking really good and having really nice functionality.

  • 80 / 100 | Doctor Ben

    Great hiking boot, very durable, waterproof, really comfortable, my favorite last in a boot but they're really expensive.

  • 95 / 100 | Next Luxury

    In my opinion, it’s a great fusion between the comfort of a running shoe and the performance of a hiking boot.

  • 90 / 100 | The Wrist Watch Review

    In short, the shoes will be as comfortable for your conscience as they are for your feet.

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Vivobarefoot Tracker FG notable features

Designed to overcome wild and tough terrains, the Tracker FG from Vivobarefoot comes with a premium leather upper. It has a hydrophobic inner bootie (crafted using non-absorbent materials) that offers 360-degree waterproofing and breathability.

Its midsole works with a removable thermal insole to provide cushioning and comfort. It combines three elements—Outlast thermal regulator, reflective foil and insulating foam—to yield extra warmth when the weather drops.

For ground adherence, the Vivobarefoot engineers use the Firm Ground Sole in the Tracker FG. It is designed with low-profile and multidirectional lugs that bite into most ground surfaces. The Pro5, a patented, ultra-thin layer makes it puncture-resistant.

Vivobarefoot Tracker FG size and fit

The Vivobarefoot Tracker FG is a relatively true to size day hiking boot that caters to men and women. It is manufactured in standard width and regular sizes. The lace-up type closure of the boot allows owners to fine-tune the fit.

Outsole

This hiking boot with a leather upper comes with a Firm Ground Sole. This sticky rubber material has 3 mm lugs that maintain grip on wet and dry surfaces, including rocky grounds. It includes a patented, ultra-thin layer that is puncture-resistant yielding an enhanced performance.

Midsole

Vivobarefoot’s Tracker FG has a cushioned midsole and a removable thermal insole. The latter is a 3.5 mm material that offers four-season protection. It combines Outlast (a thermal regulator), a reflective foil, and insulating foam. These three components provide users optimal thermal protection.

Upper

The Premium Action Leather used in this barefoot hiking boot makes it able to overcome technical and rough terrain. Its lightweight build does not compromise its outdoor performance, thanks to the incorporation of Hydroguard, a 360-degree waterproof and breathable membrane. Its weather-proof upper also renders a decent amount of thermal insulation.

The Tracker FG’s closure system employs the Mountain Lace for non-slip adherence. A heel pull tab assists owners in a more convenient donning and doffing.


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