Hardwearing and supportive, the Hi-Tec Altitude VI WP Women's Hiking Boot can take on the trail with ease.
The I-shield hydrophobic technology in addition to the waterproof full grain leather upper ensures every measure has been taken to repel water and dirt. You can easily get a secure fit on the lacing system, and it has rustproof hardware for longevity. This boot has a Dri-Tec breathable, waterproof membrane to keep out water, and a micro-fleece lining to wick away moisture for comfort.
The CMEVA midsole excels in absorbing shock and the OrthoLite sockliner provides cushioning for all-day comfort. Underfoot, the Altitude VI WP hiking boot has a rigid nylon shank with a Michelin multi-directional traction rugged rubber outsole to deliver exceptional traction on all terrains. Rugged, without weighing you down – the Altitude VI I Boot from Hi-Tec delivers grip on the trail.
Are the soles on these Altitude VI i WP Wmn's Boot as grippy on rock as Vibram soles?
Kerry - Blackwood, SA (8 months ago)
We'd say you'd have somewhat similar performance as they are both soft compound moulded soles. These Hi-Tecs are one of our most popular boots and we have great reviews and feedback from people about their performance. Generally if a shoe lacks grip or is slippery in anyway, it's one of the first things to be raised by customers. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Can these boots be polished?1 answer
Hi, Can these boots be polished with shoe polish when they get scratched/scuffed?
Mariska - Strathalbyn, SA (1 year ago)
There's a DWR (durable water repellant chemical treatment) which is on the outside of the leather, so polishing would get rid of that. But, polishing wouldn't affect the waterproof membrane that is built into the boot.
Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Are they suitable for hot weather 1 answer
Wearing mostly in warm to hot climates
Colleen - St Lawrence (5 years ago)
Given that the Hi-Tec Altitude VI i WP Women's Boot is both leather and waterproof, it is definitely one of the warmer boots we stock. It all comes down to whether or not you can stand the heat. Some people don't like hot feet at all but others can handle it quite well. If you were wanting something a little cooler, I'd suggest looking at a boot that isn't made of leather.
Ben - Snowys(5 years ago)
are these suitable to wear with orthotics
jenny Bentley - Bright(6 years ago)
Provided that your orthotics are a full size, not the half size, then you'll be able to take the inner sole out and slide your orthotic in.