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Product Code: B1222431

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  • Hurricane Blue

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Product Information

A versatile, lightweight approach shoe, the Haglöfs Mens Vertigo II GT Shoe has a long lacing system - like that found on technical rock boots - for an encompassing fit, giving a surefooted feel for hikes, scrambling and easy climbing.

The climbing shoe inspired styling continues with sticky rubber soles for excellent traction and protective rubber over the toe and heel, with a star-shaped design in the uppers giving great flexibility. A waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane delivers all-weather protection and the Haglöfs Custom Comfort footbeds conform to the shape of your feet as well as having an EVA top-sheet for supple, shock absorbing comfort.

Traction, comfort, weather protection... although the Haglöfs Mens Vertigo II GT Shoe is intended as an all-rounder for use in the mountains, you're probably not going to want to limit them just to that!


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Product Features

  • Weight: 1020g
  • Material:
  • Star-shaped upper design
  • Long lacing
  • Rubber heel and toe reinforcements
  • Haglöfs Custom Comfort footbed
  • Sticky rubber outsole for traction

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Reviews

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42 reviews

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(9.0 out of 10)
Quality
9.2
Comfort
9.0
Features
8.6
Fit
9.2
Value for money
8.1
Overall rating
9.0
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 42 reviews
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(10 out of 10)

Slevin/

Ambleside Lifestyle
+
My second pair I just love them, they last a long time
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Confirmed purchase: 20 February 2016
Published on: 05 March 2016
(5 out of 10)

Iain

Enthusiast
+
All the features you want from a walking boot in a shoe - and so comfortable, out of the box they are good, but once they are broken in they just get more comfortable.
They are very robust and very well made. I've walked about 200 miles in mine now and they still look new.

I wrote this review after I had owned these shoes for a couple of weeks, I would not recommend these shoes for heavy use - see bad points. If you want a shoe for occasional use in the mountains you can't get better.
Braking zone wears away very quickly.
Splits in the leather develop under the rand on both sides of the shoe.
I walk 70-80 miles per week, after the first month the breaking zone was getting worn.
After the second month the breaking zone was gone and the first split occurred in the leather under the rand in line with the ball of the foot. This appears to be a design flaw. A longer rand would reduce the stress at this point.
After four months the heals are now very smooth and dangerous in wet conditions. The leather has split down the edge of the rand on both sides of both shoes, but is perfect everywhere else, they have now been retired.
I did love the comfort, and I realise I bought the wrong shoes, I replaced them with a pair of Haglofs OXO boots which after a month really do not show any signs of wear
Confirmed purchase: 28 May 2015
Published on: 10 December 2015
(9 out of 10)

Lindsay

cupar Enthusiast
+
the haglofs vertigo shoe range are the most comfortable shoes i have had the pleasure to own and wear
nothing :O)
Confirmed purchase: 23 September 2015
Published on: 23 October 2015