- Brown in Colour
- Waxed leather upper
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Fabric
- Sole: Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Heel Height: 1 inches
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 33.6 x 28.4 x 12.4 cm; 997.9 Grams
- Date First Available : 22 July 2009
- Manufacturer : Grisport
- ASIN : B002IIEA6C
- Item model number : CMG614
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
Grisport Mens Quatro Leather Boot - CMG614
Quatro is our best selling backpacking boot with the amazingly comfortable support system, vibram sole, leather upper and waterproof membrane. Customers often comment that 'Quatro' is the most comfortable boot in the Grisport range.
Brown in Colour
Italian waxed leather upper
Spotex waterproof and breathable lining
Vibram rubber sole
Ankle Support System
From the manufacturer
- Brown in Colour
- Waxed leather upper
- Spotex waterproof and breathable lining
- Vibram rubber sole
- Weight: 1310g
- Padded Toe-Joint
- Italian waxed leather
Grisport Men's Quatro Hiking Boot
Quatro is one of our best selling backpacking boot with the amazingly comfortable support system, vibram sole, leather upper and waterproof membrane. Quatro has a padded toe-joint that makes the flex point of the boot amazingly comfortable. Customers often comment that 'Quatro' is the most comfortable boot in the Grisport range.
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And my honest opinion is they are by far the best I've had.
I have tried all the well known brands including the more expensive one available and non of them compete with these Grisport.
I alway believe long wet grass is a good Challenge for any boot, and to date these have been perfect for keeping my feet dry, plenty of Dubin obviously helps.
They have been comfy from day one always a good starting point.
In summary these are a quality boot at an affordable price, highly recommended.
Update **** I have now had these boots for 18 months and I have walked over 5000 miles in them over the time, the boots have worn well the sole has lost a lot of the tread the heals are also worn but the heal is solid and not hollow, the boots have remained waterproof with no sign of wet feet.
I walk along roads fields hills and canal tow paths so a variety of surfaces, I think 5000 miles is testimony to the integrity of these boots, I have a new pair ready to replace these when required.
As for the waterproof qualities, I stood for 2 minutes in a 3 inch deep puddle and there was no water ingress which was pleasing. However the real test of a boots waterproof abilities is walking through wet long grass which will challenge even the very best boot after a few months wear. I will report back on this aspect in due course.
All in all I am pleased with my purchase but time will tell on their durability
Update (05/03/19) - I have now worn these boots for several weeks. They are comfortable and have proved to be waterproof, upgraded to 5 stars.
Update (09/04/19) - I have now walked several hundred miles in these boots in some very wet conditions, they are comfortable and are waterproof. I regularly treat then with dubbin which repels water instantly.
Further update (07/11/19) - I have now walked many many miles in these boots. They are very comfortable and are still waterproof but I do dubbin them regularly for extra protection. I would certainly buy these boots again when they eventually wear out.
Latest update (08/10/20) - Still going strong after hundreds of miles wear and tear. Still waterproof with regular treatment (Dubbin) and I should get another winter out of them.
The box is full of boasts from the manufacturer about how great the footwear is and that no breaking in is required. First impression and the design is more akin to a walking boot style trainer than a traditional leather walking boot (like the Terra's). The boots are actually quite narrow and come in sharply at the toe. After a couple of days moderate walking on hard surface, gravel and grass developed a severe rub on the inside right heel and a nasty blister.
They have now been relegated for shopping trips and short walks around town and the Scarpa's resurrected from the garage.
The build quality also looks suspect and some of the seams don't appear very robust or could take much punishment. So very poor quality for the price - if you want a pseudo leather hiking boot then Hi-Tec or Karrimor do them much cheaper, conversely if you want the real thing spend a little more and get a Scarpa or similar.
I can't decide if the right boot let's water in yet as sometimes the top of my toes feel damp but have dried by the time I get back. The left boot is fine.
It seems like the panel on the top of the toes to aid bending when walking let's water in on the right boot. I have been applying extra dubbin to fill any small leakage areas.
I would probably buy a full panel boot next time, so that any water has no seams to penetrate.
After about 75miles now they fit well, are lightweight, comfy and seem a solid enough boot.
I read as many reviews as possible to get a waterproof boot and these almost make it.
600 miles in and now very comfy. I condition them and dubbin them regularly and this seems to have cured any leakage issues so I would now state they are waterproof. After initial concerns am happy with them.