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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Slippers for Hills, 15 October 2014
By Tomtom82 (Swansea)
Superb boot straight out of the box! I've had 3 pairs of Karrimor KSB's for the past few years and had noticed the quality of the boot had dropped in recent years. I'd heard alot of great things about the Salomon's before buying these boots (in Cosmic Green!). The staff member was incredibly helpful and I eventually chose these over the Scarpa Ranger's, the weight being the deciding factor. I've since used them several times up Brecon and down the Gower and the comfort and support they offer is second to none!
Brilliant Boots - Ticks all the Boxes, 09 October 2014
By Nigel44 (Cumbria)
I've had these for over a year, and living in the Eden Valley, Cumbria I have been lucky enough to have been able to divide my outdoor adventures between fellwalking in the Northern Pennines, getting off the beaten track in the Lake District and a lot of cycling in between.
I wanted a durable boot that was confortable, dry, warm and tough in all terrains. I only ever buy the best for my size 12 feet and when I saw this boot it not only looked like it meant the business, it ticked all the boxes too, on paper. And it has far exceeded my expectations in reality.
These boots not only look great, they provide my feet with an amazing feeling of protection, plus they're supremely lightweight, comfortable (ok although I know that's subjective), warm, heavy duty, rugged, and dare I say, totally waterproof. Yes I've crossed streams in this boot up to my ankle just because I know I can and every time my feet have stayed dry, its almost been a novelty. I've also been wearing these cycling in the recent wet weather and I have to say that even though I thought wearing these cycling would be a long shot, I was pretty impressed how well they adjusted to that too!
In fact I love these boots so much, I and am just about to buy another pair, not because the first pair has worn out or is broken, but simply because they are just so perfect , and just I want to have another pair in a different colour, even though I cant really afford it.
good work, 06 October 2014
By Will (Sheffield)
I work in the outdoors and so get through a pair of summer boots every six months or so. Really happy with these boots - very comfortable and lightweight. Yes they'll wear through at some point and leak but only after a good bashing up and down the hills. Laces come undone - so tie in a reef knot. My only criticism is that the soles lack an aggressive enough lug so can be a bit slippy on wet grass - otherwise would get the full five stars.
Reasonable Touring Boot, 28 September 2014
By Touristica (Bristol)
I have used these boots for the past 4 years almost on a daily basis for both dog and hill walking. On average I get through a pair per year finding that they go first on each side where the natural walking crease develops. They offer excellent ankle support and are good for those with pronating feet. Like anything you get what you pay for.
leaky boot, 29 August 2014
By Jackie (Rotherham)
Don't bother leaked first time I wore them.