Arcteryx Men's Bora2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot
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Arcteryx Men's Bora2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot

Arcteryx Men's Bora2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 21.
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Product Description Item No.   10266900

The Arc'Teryx Men's Bora2 Mid Hiking Boot is a waterproof boot for all season hiking. The removable liner of the Bora2 allows you to go from summer comfort to winter insulation (insulated liner sold separately) with a quick change of the liner. The durable outer shell consists of a seamless construction of PU coated yarns, TPU high abrasion protection films and 3D moulded heel and toe caps that prevent collapse. Underfoot an injected EVA midsole with injected TPU chassis supports and cradles your foot. The Vibram® Arc'Teryx Hiking outsole grips terrain to propel you along the trail. After a long day on the trail, release your foot from the confines of the outer shell and scamper around camp in just the removable liner. The rubberized textile at the bottom of the liner holds up as you cook dinner and enjoy the sunset.

FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Bora2 Mid GTX Hiking Boot

  • Technical footwear with removable liners that provide comfort and stability for multiple days in a variety of weather environments and terrain
  • Keeping the science of the foot in mind these were constructed with durability, breathability, and efficiency for safe traveling in even the harshest of environments
  • The removable, 2 layer stretch nylon mono-mesh Stretch GORE-TEX laminate to 100% of liner height uses minimal seams and adhesive to secure the membrane, which in doing so maximizes its waterproof and breathable surface areas
  • The liner is lightweight and made from a stretch nylon mono-mesh that will not conform or absorb moisture, ideal for quick-drying summer comfort
  • There is an optional, more insulated mid-cut liner sold separately, great for winter conditions and colder temperatures
  • The interior liner is separate, which provides an adaptive fit that allows for incredible breathability and weather protection
  • Not to keep bragging about the liner, but the liner does not have a tongue, which reduces the build up of heat and pressure on the top of your foot to keep you comfortable
  • The upper features a non-woven Durable Water Repellent Finish (DWR) microfiber, PU coated nylon yarn, and high abrasion TPU film for the utmost in maintaining air permeability, abrasion resistance, and moisture dispersion. So great.
  • The outer shell is durable while the inner liner is comfortable, the separation of the two providing awesome quick-drying support and breathability
  • The midsole cushions and supports while also providing superb flexibility, shock absorption, stability, and traction thanks to the injected EVA foam
  • The seamless one piece upper protects the EVA midsole by sealing it away from punctures, exposure, and pesky abrasion
  • Strategically shaped for stability, traction, and enhanced braking with the smooth rounded heel strike
  • Custom moulded rubber toe and heel caps prevent the toe from collapsing over time and adds protection to the exposed areas of the upper midsole
  • Lace hole reinforcements and custom hooks add to the sleek design and make opening and tightening the laces a breeze
  • The Vibram Arc'teryx Hiking Outsole features climbing zone traction grooves, a high durability and high grip mountaineering perimeter, sharp heel brake and mountaineering heel brake for superior traction and braking
  • The outsole also has a spherical heel shape for smooth stride and even better braking
  • Front and rear pull loops to allow you to put shoe / boot on more easily
  • Integrated lace hole reinforcements for enhanced durability
  • Stability and protection of a mountaineering boot
  • Custom lace hooks ease opening and tightening
  • "Y" Groove split heel technology for improved braking
  • Spherical heel shape for improved braking and smooth stride
  • Custom developed 3D moulded ortholite footbed delivers maximum comfort, breathability and arch support
  • Traction grooves on outer edges of outsole
  • Sharp heel brake and mountaineering heel tread for stability, traction and braking
  • Vibram Arcteryx hiking outsole combines grip, agility, support and durability
  • Highly durable EVA foam midsole absorbs shock while providing precision stability
  • Laminated heel and toe caps secure fit and and deliver precision support
  • Seamless one piece upper with thermolaminated construction is highly abrasion resistant, durable, light and hydrophobic
  • Stetchable Gore-Tex liner
  • Tongue free liner ensures a larger breathable surface area and increased waterproof coverage
  • Completely removable, interchangeable liner for improved washability, dry-ability and extends use and climate adaptability
  • Arcteryx adaptive fit utilizes an independent liner that conforms to the foot for a custom fit with no pressure points
  • Rubberized sole on removeable liners allows them to be used as camp and hut shoes
  • Mid-cut lightweight liner provides quick-dry summer comfort
  • TPU high abrasion protection films
  • 2 Layer stretch Nylon monomesh, Stretch Gore-Tex with air permeable EVA foam core

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Weight: 19.8 oz
Terrain: Mountain, Trail
Product Technology: GORE-TEX
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Gender: Mens
Features: GORE-TEX, Waterproof, Cushioned, Insulated
Best Use: Trekking, Hiking
Drop: 14 mm
Footwear Closure: Lace-up
Toe Coverage: Closed Toe
GORE-TEX fabric technology

GORE-TEX®
Garments made with GORE-TEX® fabric are durably waterproof, windproof and highly breathable, providing reliable weather protection and maximum comfort for a wide range of activities. These garments keep your body dry by allowing perspiration vapor to escape so you remain cool during activity and warm during cool-down.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Possibly the King of hiking boots ??? Well, this is one of the products that I have to take time to write about. I have to say that the concept caught my attention right away and after trying them on I decided to retire my conventional leather gore-tex hiking boots at least for now. The idea of having a removable liner is just GENIUS ! I have put them through 60kms of hiking in the Canadian Rockies and so far nothing but positives to report. The soles offer superior traction and gaiters work very well. This is a no nonsense boot , Thanks Arc'Teryx !
Date published: 2015-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most Versatile Hiking Boot Ever Made I don't normally bother writing reviews, but these boots are so amazing, I felt compelled to write one. I'll start with how comfortable they are. When I first put them on, they did not seem very comfortable, but after a couple of hours wearing them, I guess the "Adaptive Fit Technology" allowed them to mold to my feet. I now consider them to be the most comfortable boots I've ever worn, and I don't usually like the hi-top style boots. I just returned from a trip down Coyote Gulch in Southern Utah, which consists of continually walking through 3"-4" of running water. My feet stayed perfectly dry. When I reached the Escalante River and its waist deep waters, I simply removed the liners from the boots, put on some neoprene socks, and wore the boot shell over them. That way, when I was finished wading in the river, I could put on my normal socks, return the liners to the boots, and have dry feet once again. The idea of the liners is simply brilliant! I wore the liners by themselves around camp, like comfy slippers. The boots are extremely durable as they show no signs of wear after a rather grueling trip, and the tread grips the sandstone better than any other boot I've tried. There is simply no other boot like this... yet. As usual, Arc'teryx is leading the way; watch for inferior imitations to start showing up soon.
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great boots hiking the Wind River Range So I headed out for a 40-mile hike through the Wind River Range and decided my trail runners were not beefy enough and my old hiking boots were just to heavy. So an upgrade was in order and I pulled the trigger on some Bora2 Mid GTXs and never looked back. Long story short is these boots are the best I’ve ever owned. I purchased an 11.5 and they fit true to size with the weight being 730grams per a single boot+liner or 186grams for a single liner only. We started off the first two days of the hike and the weather was in the mid 70’s – boots were comfortable throughout the day with only a touch of dampness after a 10 mile hike. This slight dampness was easily fixed by putting the liners in front of a campfire for 10 minutes or putting them in my sleeping bag for the night - both approaches worked well. On days three and four of the hike is where the boots really excelled. Those beautiful 70 degree days turned into 20 degree days with a full day of rain and sleet as the temps dropped. After two full days hiking in two inches of slush at ~11K feet my feet were completely dry. Not a drop of water. As for the outer boot a real bonus was the Bora2’s never got waterlogged on the outside as other boots I own do - water just sheds off them, which was a real positive. As for water in between the boot and the waterproof bootie this was not an issue - as you walk you actually push the water out of the boot through the holes in the outside shell (it actually bubbles as it squeezes out of the boot through the holes – see image). So if water gets in, as you walk you actually push the water out. Finally, the outer boot seemed to be bombproof. The entire boot is made out of a material that is sorta like a toecap on most boots. Think of it as a cool looking light weight tire for your foot. As for using the liner as a camp shoe this was also a very nice surprise. I took an extra liner and my buddy and I ended up using these the entire trip as camp shoes. They are really grippy on both granite and wet/icy granite and were perfect for crawling around in our UltaMid without tracking mud and ice throughout. The tread on the bottom was also thick enough to make them comfortable as you walk around on gravely surfaces. For those fishermen out there you could also probably swap out the liners for some neoprene liners and you would be good to go with some light weight pseudo-waders. This was a topic of discussion as a few of us were fishing and will be tried out in the near future. As for breaking the shoes in there really was no break-in. It’s a sock with a boot shell and as long as you lace the shoes up properly (not to tight) they just fit. I made the mistake of lacing them to tight on one day prior to the trip and I immediately noticed it was gong to be an issue as once you lock these shoestrings down they do not move or slip. My only minor complaint is there is a little tab on the back of the inner liner you use to pull the shoes on (see image). This tab seemed to irritate the back of my heel without a sock. My buddy who has skinnier ankles did not have this issue but it was an issue for me without some Smartwool between my heel and the shoe. So in conclusion, pickup a pair of these if you are in the market and you won’t be disappointed. They really are a step forward in functionality and flexibility for hiking boots.
Date published: 2015-09-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hopes unfulfilled I was super excited about these whey they were first announced, and I'm a total Arc'x fan when it comes to pants and base layers (jackets less so). If these boots lived up to the hype, I figured they'd be the ultimate backcountry trek/packrafting boot. The claim was they would "deliver the agility of an approach shoe with the stability and protection of a mountaineering boot." I did not find this to be the case. The construction is obviously really cool. Nearly no seams, clean lines, innovative concept. Unfortunately they are just so darn uncomfortable! First off, the Bora2's are really hot. The floating Gore liners may breathe well, but the outer shell is backed by a rubberized material that only has a couple of holes punched in it (aside from the tongue area). Ironically it seems to offers less breathable surface than your average pair of mixed-material boots. Next the floating liner is pretty weird. If I went with my normal shoe size (11.5/45) then the liner kind of bunched up on top of my toes like my socks were slipping off. Having a wad of material on top of your toes during every step is maddening. Going down half a size to 11 made the liner fit smoother and stopped the toe-top irritation but also limited the toebox. The shoe is a bit narrow, but the top of the toebox is also LOW. If there were a raised the roof on the toe of the boot, it would leave room for my toes plus the extra liner material, and socks. On the subject of socks, I tried the boots with just a silk-weight polypro liner sock, medium weight Smartwools, and also expedition weight Coolmax socks. The silk weight were the most comfortable since the boot's liner actually acts a bit like a sock. Plus it cuts down on the excessive warmth. If you go with medium to heavy socks, get your normal shoe size. If you are going to use thin liner socks (my recommendation), consider dropping down half a size. Out of the box the boot material is stiff and boxy and does not flex or move pleasantly. They feel like a non-production prototype mock-up, not a finished product. The shell around the tongue area bulges and flexes in odd ways when you flex your foot, and the gaping material collects snow and trail debris. The sole is okay, with decent lugs and fine traction, but considering the boot is billed as having mountaineering boot stability, I found it too flexible for anything other than light hiking or light backpacking. The ankle is sort of a medium stiffness for support, but lacks padding near the top, and the seam near the cuff cut into the tendon on the outside of my ankles on side hills. I could not snug these boots tight without getting chafe, pressure points, or hot spots. Over time the shells did start molding to my feet, but a flex point developed in the toe area that concentrated a lot of downward pressure on my big toe's metatarsal, which became eye-wateringly painful. At the end of my last hike with these I considered doing the last mile just in the liners as I could not take any more of the pressure point above my big toe knuckle. I waited a week before I put them on again to let my feet recover, but the first walk around the house told me it was just not going to work. Arc'x needs to engineer in some sort of flex points along the shell's tongue margin to get the material bulging and concentrated pressure points under control, add ankle collar padding and maybe raise the height of the shell's ankle, increase the number of shell ventilation holes, increase the toebox height/volume, and stiffen the sole in the forefoot against flex and twist. Of course footwear is a deeply personal thing, and everyone's experience will be different. But I own a million pairs of hiking and light mountaineering boots and these Bora2's are about the most uninspired boots in terms of fit and performance I have owned. I hope some constructive criticism will lead to a revamped product that will work for me in the future, because I love the concept. I did about 20 relatively flat and easy trail miles in them to get them softened up before doing some more difficult off-trail hikes in them through steep alpine terrain. Maybe 40 miles total. Plenty to figure out that they were not going to work for me. Unfortunately.
Date published: 2015-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tough as nails and cool to...boot... These boots definitely require some breaking in, and the lacing can be a little difficult to get just-right. But I'm convinced I'll be wearing them for years, given that they can handle just about anything without a scratch. The delicate orange-peel micro-texture on the Vibram lugs hasn't worn off even after days of use on pavement, and the Gore-Tex construction is mighty burly (and pretty warm - I'm wearing these through a Boston winter despite that they aren't insulated). My biggest complaint (other than the aforementioned lacing issue) is that they are fairly inflexible in the forefoot, and they require an aftermarket insole for arch support. I'll need to report back in a few months as to their performance scrambling on bare rocks, but they handle snow just fine.
Date published: 2016-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great After a couple months of break they are great. Best boots I have owned. I purchased the insulated liner for snowshoeing and I am very happy, warm but not too warm. Took a while to work in and after a few blisters I can now say they are perfect. Totally waterproof and the removable liner allows the gortex to be properly cleaned.
Date published: 2015-12-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good idea, poor execution While I love the concept of these boots, I have to say, I’m not really a fan of the execution. Allow me to elaborate. The idea of having an inner and outer boot, similar to a ski boot design is great. The inner can be used as a camp shoe, be changed out when worn or when a different style is desired, and can be more form fitting then a traditional boot setup. In practice, most of this is true. Where it falls short is when you have to slip this inner boot into what can only be described as a very disappointing exterior. The Bora2 exterior is constructed primarily of solid non-breathable plastic, save for a couple of micro-perforated areas. What breathability the inner boot has (which is fairly good on it’s own) is immediately lost when swaddled in what is akin to the plastic bag of an exterior. The perforated areas quickly plug up with mug and other trail debris, which also makes its way between the inner and outer boot, providing the perpetual “rock in the shoe” experience. While on the subject of plastic, that used on the exterior is just stiff enough to provide pain as it folds and creases in every imaginable spot, but not nearly stiff enough to provide any meaningful support. The included insoles are a joke at best, essentially a a mm thick piece of foam with no structure. The neoprene like cuff at the opening of the inner boot is a similar story, just tight enough to make getting in and out of the shoe a hassle, but not form fitting enough to actually provide to be useful in the blocking out of water or debris. After only limited used, the plastic uppers already look like significantly worn, though everything is still intact. My biggest problem though is with the fit of this boot. I’m unsure if it’s just an odd sizing issue or the manor in which the inner boot sits (or rather slides) within the exterior, but even with ample room in the footbox, my toes were consistently rubbing up against the front of the boot, leaving me with some horrid nail pain. I made sure the boots were tied down firmly, but it didn’t make much of a difference on steep descents. Overall, much like the first lightbulb, it’s a great idea, but a long way off from something I’d be able to recommend.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for scrambling! I have two scrambles into these boots so far. Mt. Baldy and Mt Charles Stuart. I find the fit of the boot amazing. Heel retention is exceptional. The soles have some of the best grip of any footwear I have ever worn. The toe has a proper climbing zone. Durability after two trips (13 hours tested) appears good. Mt Charles Stuart is a scree bash the whole way up and down. Lots of talus. I don't have any obvious abrasion. The boots have the appropriate level of support and foot feel through the sole. I read a review that said you can feel every rock. I would challenge that. I would say these aren't a heavy double welted boot that will support a 60 lb pack. But they aren't designed for that. Their name suggests that they are a hiking boot. With my 22L scrambling pack I had no issues. I'm 6 foot 2, 200 lbs and have a size 13 foot. I think the fit is true to size. I have my orange superfeet in the boots with no issues. Another great product from Arcteryx.
Date published: 2015-06-06
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Arc'teryx Men's Footwear

USA SIZE Foot Measurement UK Size Euro Size Mondo
7 9.84" 6.5 40 25
7.5 10.04" 7 40 2/3 25.5
8 10.24" 7.5 41 1/3 26
8.5 10.43" 8 42 26.5
9 10.63" 8.5 42 2/3 27
9.5 10.83" 9 43 1/3 27.5
10 11.02" 9.5 44 28
10.5 11.22" 10 44 2/3 28.5
11 11.42" 10.5 45 1/3 29
11.5 11.61" 11 46 29.5
12 11.81" 11.5 46 2/3 30
12.5 12.01" 12 47 1/3 30.5
13 12.20" 12.5 48 31
13.5 12.40" 13 48 2/3 31.5
14 12.60" 13.5 49 1/3 32

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1. With your foot placed on the ground, nestled in the 90° corner angle of the wall, make sure that your heel is touching the back wall, and that the side of your foot is touching the side wall.

2. Place a piece of paper underneath your foot and draw a line from directly in front of your big toe across to the side wall.

3. Then use your pen and ruler to draw a straight line intersecting the line that you just drew in front of your big toe, back towards the rear wall.

4. Use the above information to help you find your foot measurements, then select the relevant size from the tables below.

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Arc'teryx Warranty and Repair

Arc'teryx guarantees the quality and performance of all of their products. Items with defects in materials or workmanship will be replaced or repaired at the discretion of Arc'teryx for the practical lifetime of the product. Items that are damaged through wear and tear, misuse, or neglect may be repaired at a small charge.

How do I send back an item for Warranty, or get an item repaired by Arc'teryx?
For Customers in North America and Europe, Arc'teryx recommends that the product be returned to the store or site where it was originally purchased.

If this is not possible, fill out their online warranty form which can be found HERE. They will email you with full instructions on how to send your product to their Warranty and Repair Center. Do not send your item to them without first obtaining an RA number from Arc'teryx.

Arc'teryx is not responsible for items that are lost or damaged during shipping and cannot replace parcels that are lost during return shipment if proof of tracking is not available. Please use a guaranteed delivery service that provides tracking information, insurance, and proof of delivery when sending an item back to Arc'teryx.

For customs purposes, Arc'teryx requires you to provide them with a PHYSICAL address, however, your warranty/repair item can still be shipped to a PO Box.

How do I contact them with questions?
Complete their Warranty or Repair Request Form. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach their Customer Service department at 1-866-458-2473.

What is and isn't covered under the Warranty Policy?
Defects in materials or workmanship are covered for the practical lifetime of the product. Material refers to zippers, buckles and fabrics. Workmanship refers to seams, seam tape and construction. Damage due to wear and tears such as rips, tears, abrasion or UV degradation, misuse or neglect is not covered under Arc'teryx's warranty policy but may be repairable for a fee.

What is covered under the Warranty Policy on Arc'teryx footwear?
Defects in material and workmanship will be covered by Arc'teryx for the practical lifetime of the product. The practical lifetime for footwear can vary drastically depending on the frequency and type of usage. Things such as the wearing of the outsole, frayed laces, nicks and tears can indicate that a shoe has surpassed its practical lifetime. These are examples of wear and tear or damage which are not covered by Arc'teryx. If you believe there is a defect in material or workmanship present on your product, please see follow the instructions on how to send it to Arc'teryx for assessment.

What does 'practical Lifetime of the product' mean?
Although Arc'teryx builds their products to last over extended periods of time, nothing lasts indefinitely. Materials will deteriorate and fade over time and moving parts will wear out. Arc'teryx will cover your product under their warranty policy until such a time that they have deemed the product to be worn out beyond reasonable repair. If the product is showing the signs of its age-for instance, the material has become thin or faded, there are rips and tears, the zippers no longer catch, the cuffs are fraying, or the soles are worn-they will take this into consideration when assessing your product for a warranty request. All gear will suffer from differing degrees of wear-and-tear, depending upon the user. Equipment used by an outdoor guide for 150 days a year will by comparison, degrade faster than gear used by a weekend skier. By taking care of your equipment you will ensure a longer lifetime for your gear. Arc'teryx recommends that you visit their Product Care page for more information on how to wash and care for your equipment.

Will Arc'teryx repair or replace my product?
If your Arc'teryx product fails due to a manufacturing defect, where possible, Arc'teryx will repair the item at no charge to you. They have repair centers in both Europe and North America that employ the same custom machinery and techniques that they use to create the original products. If the product is not repairable, or the cost of the repairs exceeds the value of the product, Arc'teryx may, at their discretion, choose to replace the product instead.

What happens if I rip or tear my jacket or pants?
Skis, snowboards, crampons, axes and other sharp equipment will damage clothing and gloves if they come into direct contact with them. Rips, tears, burns and punctures can occur during normal use and while carrying your equipment, and are not covered under the terms of the warranty. To assist you in keeping your product in optimal working condition, Arc'teryx offers a variety of repairs for a reasonable charge. Contact them and they will be happy to discuss your options.

What if I want to have my garment altered or tailored?
Arc'teryx does not offer custom alterations or modifications to their packs or garments at this time. For products made from GORE-TEX® fabrics they suggest using a GORE-TEX® authorized repair facility for alterations. There is a list of GORE-TEX® authorized repair shops in your area on the GORE-TEX® website.

Do alterations void my warranty?
Arc'teryx understands that individuals may, on occasion, wish to tailor their Arc'teryx products to suit their needs. If something should fail which is unrelated to any alterations, Arc'teryx will stand behind their products, provided that the Arc'teryx product is being used as intended. For a list of alteration facilities in your area, please visit the GORE-TEX® website.

How long will it take if I send my product in for warranty assessment and/or repair?
The typical turn-around time is 15 to 20 business days from the time they receive your product to the time they ship it back to you. Keep in mind that winter is the busiest season for warranty and repair service. Arc'teryx will provide you with updates and more accurate estimates throughout the process.

How do I prepare my item for return to Arc'teryx?
In order to comply with health and safety regulations, as well as for the protection of their staff, Arc'teryx kindly asks that all products be cleaned before being sent to them. Products that arrive unwashed may be subject to a cleaning fee before assessments can be made. To find out how to properly clean your garment, please visit the Arc'teryx Product Care page.

How are shipping costs handled?
Customers are responsible for shipping items to Arc'teryx, and Arc'teryx will cover the return shipping costs. Please ensure that you ship the product using a carrier that can provide you with tracking information and proof of delivery. Customers are responsible for their product until Arc'teryx has signed for its delivery.

What do repairs cost?
Repairs covered under the terms and conditions of the Arc'teryx warranty policy are performed at their expense. Costs for non-warranty repairs will vary depending upon the situation. Arc'teryx will provide you with as many repair options as possible based upon the amount of work and materials required and the expected end result. After your product has been received and assessed, Arc'teryx will be able to contact you with repair options and costs. Repairs requiring payment will never be performed without your authorization.

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