A lightweight 3-season boot offering lateral stiffness and superb grip on uneven ground.
The Salomon Quest 4D GTX Boots
are extremely lightweight, with the same soles that Salomon use for their bestselling trail running shoes. They keep your weight low and your step quick.
Offering supreme lateral flexibility, the Quest 4D GTX use a lightweight EVA midsole which helps cushion your feet as well as a midsole supporting chassis.
The protective rubber heel cap and Rubber toe cap protect your feet and your boots at the weakest points from abrasion and scuffing.
The inbuilt GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort membrane can vent out heat and still keep your feet warm and dry.
With all the technical ability of a trail running shoe, with the additional benefits of ankle support, the protective Quest 4D GTX boots are ideal for any trekker or hiker seeking reliable boots for trails, hills and peaks in most months of the year.
||Synthetic, Memory Foam, Breathable
||Suede and Synthetic
|Weight Per Pair (g):
||Mid-stiffness for backpacking and trekking
||Standard Lace Up
||B0 - not suitable for crampons
|Ideal Crampon Rating:
||Not Crampon Compatible
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leaky boot, 29 August 2014
By Jackie (Rotherham)
Don't bother leaked first time I wore them.
Light, comfortable, super dry!, 14 August 2014
By PhilipW (Milton Keynes)
I bought these 4 years ago and have probably only covered 100 miles or so in them, but that's been in a mixture of the Scottish Highlands (boggy ground included!), the Peak District, the Chiltern Hills, mud, streams, mountains etc etc.
The best way I can describe these is that they feel part of my feet. They are SO comfortable that I just don't wear any other shoes or boots anymore. The grips cope well with rocks in my experience, whether small pointy rocks or big crags. They add stability to my ankle and until recently, they had never let water in at all.
During our latest, recent outing to the Scottish Highlands, walking some of the Coulags pass in 6 hours of relentless rain, one boot was completely dry inside and that was even after stepping into a stream up to the ankle, accidentally of course! The right one did, for the first time, get a little damp inside and I've yet to find out why. They may just need re-proofing.
Anyway, they're great boots, very comfortable, very waterproof and I've had no problems with them falling apart at all.
Decent hiking boot, 13 August 2014
By QuinnDexter (Warrington)
I bought my pair of these 4 years ago, specifically to do the Llyn Peninsular coastal walk. These performed well, with a heavy pack and about 13 miles a day walking. 4 years later I'm still using them and haven't had any issues with leaks or tears in the fabric and I've done a hell of a lot of miles on them.
The only down point are the laces. They are too long and lacing them up is an art in itself. However I will continue to use them until they finally give up the ghost and will probably buy another pair.
PLEASE DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!, 29 July 2014
By Stanley2012 (Cumbria)
Purchased a pair each for my husband and I and both had to be replaced under warranty due to holes appearing across the crease above the rand. My husbands have failed again less than 5 months later and I have upgraded to Mammut ladies. We wont entertain looking at the boots that have developed a fault again, knowing there is an obvious issue with this boot. Do your research and look at how many people have problems with holes and leaks within a very short time of owning them. Very very disappointed
Don't use for anything more taxing than walking on a path, 28 July 2014
By Nick (London)
If all your doing is walking along a dry path these are great boots, nice looking and comfortable. If like me they get a bit wet be very careful of the eyelets for the laces as they are very delicate and tend to snap making the boots useless. I'm about to take my second pair back and get something else. Both pairs lasted 2-3 months of light use before falling apart.