Vasque Men's Eriksson GTX Boot
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Vasque Men's Eriksson GTX Boot

Vasque Men's Eriksson GTX Boot is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 20.
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Product Description Item No.   10260516

The Vasque Men's Eriksson GTX Boot. Built with a sense of adventure and discovery, this expedition-worthy trekking boot delivers quality,comfort and performance for backcountry travel. A composite, three-part midsole supplies excellentunderfoot cushioning with a solid chassis for stability on the trail. Vasque’s Exclusive VibramSummit sole lays down positive traction in rugged trail conditions, and a premium, waterprooffull-grain leather upper and Gore-Tex lining protect the foot from environmental extremes. Your feet will love this boot.

FEATURES of the Vasque Men's Eriksson GTX Boot
  • Gore-Tex
  • Excellent traction via Vasque exclusive Vibram Summit sole
  • Supple yet supportive
  • Stable platform with athletic level underfoot comfort
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    Weight: 51 oz
    Terrain: Trail
    Footwear Height: Mid
    Midsole: Molded PU/EVA/TPU
    Outsole: Vibram Summit
    Type of Waterproofing: GORE-TEX
    Upper: 2.2mm Waterproof Full Grain Leather
    Waterproof: Yes
    Product Technology: GORE-TEX
    Gender: Mens
    Features: GORE-TEX, Waterproof
    Best Use: Hiking, Trekking, Backpacking
    Footwear Closure: Lace-up
    Toe Coverage: Closed Toe
    GORE-TEX fabric technology

    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.

    Check Out All GORE-TEX® Products >

    Rated 4 out of 5 by from excellent support I just finished a 50 mile loop in North Yosemite. Prior to my trip I put about 30 miles with load to make sure the boots were broken in . I started out with a 48 lb load in my pack. A good part of the trail is broken up granite rocks. The Erickssons provided great stability and support on all types of terrain. in addition, we had wet, swampy areas we had to traverse. These boots stayed dry . I wore the boots thru a river crossing. I was happy to find they dried completely over night. One thing I would recommend for these boots is an insert with more cushion. the one supplied with the boot is very thin. Just my preference..
    Date published: 2016-07-10
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Has to be a workmanship defect....I hope I have been wearing Vasque boots since High School (1991 ish) I bought these boots prior to going to the Amazon. I have three kids so I am not always on the mountain. I have literally walked less than 20 miles in these boots and only wore them about 20 days total in a year and 4 months. Just got back from a trip over the weekend, a one nighter, and the sole is falling off the boot. I have to assume this is a defective pair. I am saddened by the whole thing as they were not inexpensive. They are out of warranty due to time but if you saw them they look brand new... except for the dangling sole. I was about to buy a new pair and am having trouble brining myself to pull the trigger. Might be time for a new brand and that is a sad state of affairs.
    Date published: 2016-06-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Boots, Just don't get what they were thinking with the grip So far, these boots have been great. They fit pretty good after a little break in time and have stood up to some abuse. What I don't understand is what they were thinking when they designed the grip. If you look at the grip on the INSIDE from the middle up to the toe, it is great. If you look at the grip, on the OUTSIDE from about the middle up to the toe, there are a whole bunch of flat weird shaped grips which are completely useless when on slippery, rocky terrain and in mud. They are just too flat and not enough edges. It would be nice to have a grip style such as what's on the St. Elias GTX instead. It's almost as though someone randomly drew some designs and decided it would look "neat" on the bottom of the boot. That being said, they are still a great boot, could just use some minor improvements.
    Date published: 2015-11-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent fit and comfort I've seen reviews that say the toe box runs narrow, but this is not the case. In my normal standard width, my toes have plenty of wiggle room. There is a bit of break in required, but there are no pressure points around the foot. I use Superfeet Carbon insoles and mid-weight socks with liners, and could go with heavy-weight socks if choose to. Length for a size nine is exactly the same as my Patagonia drifters, with a bit more room in the toe box. I compared the insoles and they are exactly the same size for my size nines. Regarding how the boots stride, they roll nicely off the heel and have some flex coming off the ball of foot. Side to side they are very stable, helping maintain proper pronation. I went with the Erikssons vs. the St. Elias because of the full grain leather and minimal weight difference. Amazon has great prices on them with some sizes much less than others. Overall, these boots offer comfort, quality and stability with a minimum of heft.
    Date published: 2015-07-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Serious, Substantial Hiking Footwear These boots are the real thing. I've been wearing them almost daily around town as well as day hiking in preparation for an upcoming trip to Sedona. Leather boots, as opposed to mesh, usually need more breaking in. I won't say these needed none, but I will say they've been comfortable since day one. No blisters, no hotspots! Last weekend we did some sears bushwhacking on and around the Tamarack River between WS. and MN. I know the Erikssons save me from a sprained ankle a number of times as we made out way through lots of snow-hidden blow-down trunks and the like, as well as some pretty precarious up-and-downs on 20-30 foot tall, steep river banks. Through it all, the legs of my jeans were soaked, and my pack ripped from the thick, thorn-covered brambles, but my feet were warm and dry and injury free. Just an excellent boot, beautifully made. My brother in law has been a professional guide for 20 yeasr-- he was impressed!
    Date published: 2015-03-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Support, comfort, waterproof, grip...its got it all I owned the same pair of Vasque boots for 16 yrs when they finally gave out at the seams. The treads were still pretty good after hundreds of miles. These boots had never let me down but I decided to try an alternate brand so purchased another pair of boots which I liked a lot. They sacrificed support for weight. Apparently sacrificing too much support for my ankles as I turned one of them within a week of wearing of them. I wont mention the brand but they were top of the line boots with the latest technologies. So I went back to Vasque buying the Eriksson GTX. I am a 10 but went with the 10.5 wide as it felt better, didnt slip but left enough room for another pair of socks if needed. I am very happy I went with the half-size step up. I broke them in locally for two weeks doing probably 20 miles with my dog on easy trails with roots and rocks and standing water. They felt great in only a short period of time. I had bought them for a trip and hiked for 6 days in the Great Smoky Mountains backpacking for 8-10 mile hikes each day...climbed Mt Leconte, which was really fun, climbed to Charles Bunion and along the AT for short little day hikes. Everything from steep to slight inclines. Water, mud, ice, snow, rain, wind, rocks, 20 degrees to 70 degrees (not kidding), these things were unreal. Never twisted my weak ankles, only slipped when i wasnt paying attention and making bad decisions, my feet were never cold, they were never wet even after walking through shallow rivers (4 inches of steady water). They were great. Only problem was I did get a blister but that is probably my fault for pushing to hard and I have messed up wide feet with bunions so my bones jut out. Still, threw on another pair of socks and they were fine for the next three days (30 miles) or so. I HIGHLY recommend these boots for people who want stability over weight. If you want lightweight for speed, these are definitely not for you. They are pretty heavy. But when you need it, you need it. People love to brag about how light they are blah blah...just do what you need to do to succeed and have fun and get into the woods!
    Date published: 2015-04-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get these! Best boot ever! Slight rise in the heel, Superfeet insert eliminated it and it fit like a glove. Absolutely no break-in needed. Took em out for a five mile hike right out of the box to get a feel for them ( wore a 50 lb pack) and they embraced my feet like a best friend. My first hike had the original insoles and they were still just fine but I'm picky. The green superfeet insole made this the perfect boot! Get these! Rich
    Date published: 2014-09-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Boot I just got this boot and was very impressed on my first walk. Vibram sole and gore-tex were the biggest turn ons for me. I also thought the boot was very comfortable and had good arch support. Wish it was a little higher but thats because i like higher it you won't be disappointed!
    Date published: 2015-03-23
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    Where is boot made?

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    Thanks for reaching out to us. This boot is made in China. We hope this helps.
    Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
    Date published: 2017-04-06
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