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- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: This Columbia Men's Newton Ridge Plus II Suede Waterproof hiking boot features our signature lightweight midsole for long-lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return as well as our high-traction grip outsole.
- QUALITY MATERIALS: Waterproof suede and leather make up the construction of this boot for a protective yet stylish silhouette and build.
- Sole: Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Shoe Width: Medium
- ADJUSTABLE FEATURES: A lace-up closure ensures an adjustable, secure fit.
- DURABILITY: Metal hardware and a seam-sealed construction makes this hiking boot durable enough to withstand rain, muck, puddles, and more.
- OMNI-GRIP: This multi-terrain traction system matches specially formulated compounds and treads to specific environments. A dual-zone winter tread pattern ensures solid footing on surfaces such as ice and snow.
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- Package Dimensions : 37.29 x 29.59 x 13.89 cm; 1.41 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 4 Nov. 2020
- Manufacturer : Columbia
- ASIN : B08MQS6DWH
- Item model number : 1746411
- Department : Men's
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,827 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- Customer reviews:
Rich, all-over leather gives a premium outdoor feel to this supportive, waterproof hiking boot. The newton ridge™ plus waterproof seals out wet weather while also breathing and features a shank under the arch, delivering stability and support where you need it and flexibility where you don’t. The omni grip® rubber outsole features rugged, grippy traction specifically designed to evacuate mud.
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BUT the sole componenet lacks any torsional stability.. that is it is very easy for the sole to rotate and hurt your foot or ankle. It also makes them less than good or safe on very rough ground.
The sole does grip well in the dry buy the level of grip falls off in the wet especially on exposed surfaces.
WATERPROOF seems to be a passing phase with these, the first time they encountered rain they were fine, the second time they leaked. I have just walked 3 miles on pavements in the rain and my feet are soaked.
If you limit your walking to nice complaint soft ground in the dry you'll be fine. Don't try wet bare rock in the rain, you'll have wet feet and will probably end up slipping down at some point.
By comparison I have a pair of Alt-Berg motorcycle boots which have waterproof leather uppers (no gortex just good grade leather). I am on my second set of vibram soles and the uppers are STILL waterproof at 5 years old.
After 3 months and limited use these Ridge plus are essentially trash. I WILL NOT be buying products from this manufacturer again and these boots have been put in a bag for recycling.
But, I noted what others had said about going up a size. I am usually a 10 or 10 1/2 depending what make they are. So ordered an 11 to be safe. A 10 1/2 would have been fine. Not a huge issue as I wear thick socks for dog walking anyway.
One thing that does annoy me (think someone else mentioned it?), are the laces. They have way too much stretch in them to get them done up tight all the way up. Pull them tight across the top of the foot and they release when you move to the next ringlet. Annoying, as will have to get new laces.
The design of the tongue is not great either, as this area leaks water galore as well. This you could live with or use gaiters, but when the stitching fails, then the boots are next to useless.
Not information about expected fair wear and tear. Doubt I will be buying this brand again.
Total junk. Can only assume the positive reviews are fake, or reviewers have no idea what a good boot looks like. Avoid.
First the good points: they are very comfortable and lightweight. They are a delight to wear - you hardly know they are on your feet. Quite wide fitting too - which helps with my bunion !
Now the bad points: the leather is quite thin and in cold, snowy conditions they aren't that good at keeping your feet warm. But the worst issue is the quality of the 'rubber' sole - it is very soft and since I am flat-footed the heel is wearing far too quickly. I can't imagine they will last anywhere as long as a pair of 'proper' walking boots