Walking boots made with a full grain leather and GORE-TEX® for full waterproof protection and comfort.
The Brasher Hillwalker GTX® is a new designed GORE-TEX® boot specifically made for the demands of the UK's valleys and hills.
Weighing just 1202g for the pair (based on a size 9) these are surprisingly buoyant in your hand and on your feet, and are still rugged enough with a Brasher rubber sole unit to provide stability and traction control even on loose terrain.
Made with a shock absorbing EVA misolde the Hillwalker GTX® have all the qualities you would expect from a Brasher boot of this spec, the lightweight frame, the thick sole and the quality full grain leather design (1.6-1.89mm) but with the addition of padding and cushioning that protects your feet every step of the way.
The GTX® stands for the GORE-TEX® design, the waterproof, windproof and breathable membrane that’s built for our wet British weather and days spent in the bleak yet beautiful hills and mountains, from the Derbyshire Peaks to the Lakes.
If you want to hike, ramble or explore in deep forests, low level hills or more extreme British inclines, these waterproof, breathable boots will keep your feet cool, dry and protected.
This versatile boot is an ideal alternative if you need a lower weight than the bestselling Brasher Hillmaster II®, but want leather alternative to a boot you may already own like the Altai® or the Tora GTX®.
The Brasher Hillwalker GTX® are a fantastic boots for those already hill walking wanting a low weight alternative for the warmer seasons, or newcomers to the outdoors needing quality, and a name to trust.
||Synthetic, Padded Tongue
|Weight Per Pair (g):
||Soft, for low level walks on defined trials
||Standard Lace Up
||B0 - not suitable for crampons
|Ideal Crampon Rating:
||Not Crampon Compatible
Not recommend for hillwalking, 23 October 2012
By Billy (Livingston)
To say i was disappointed is a understatement prior to my accident this was my first pair of leather waterproof boots. My experience of brasher based on these boots would make me say they are not fit for Hillwalking perhaps for dog walking locally that's about it.
After 20+ Years of Hillwalking in the Cairngorms and Trossachs in Scotland i will not touch another pair of these boots. They are used for gardening now after very poor prefromance last time in Glen Tilt. To start with yes they where waterproof and that's about the only good point.
As i say not recommended for anything serious in the way of outdoor pursuits and i will not purchase any more products from this brand due to my first and last experience.
The soles slipped on any rocky surface they came in contact with, which in Scotland means a lot. As already mentioned the front leather scuffs up very badly and appears to be poor in the respect of expected longevity.
The boot on the heal is very poor as well with what appears to be a design flaw in my opinion. dog walking and gardening is about all they are fit for !.
Slippers, 05 October 2012
By Limey (Leeds)
I bought these boots 6 weeks ago from the moment of putting these on they have been fantastic, more like slippers than boots, they are perfectly dry all the time and the most comfortable boots ever, I do walk 6 miles per day. At this price I will order a second pair
great low level boots, 28 September 2012
By Happy feet (Scotland)
I've always found my higher cut boots great but not so great on the flat. So i bought a pair of these and there great they do handle the hill work and as trails and tracks they offer great comfort and support, feet have always come back bone dry in heavy mud I would put my gaitors just because there lower cut. Also never had any pain what so ever from them. So as a general low level hill walking boot I think there great value for money.