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
Very Happy....!!!!, 26 March 2014
By Sounessmay17 (Sunderland)
I bought a pair of these boots in January of 2013 from my local store. I have to admit I am a fair weather walker and haven’t tested these boots in all conditions until last weekend 23/03/2014.
I have read many reviews about people’s boots leaking after walking in rain for 30 minutes and was worried however, having walked for 19km this boot stood up to the test (to my delight).
With a dusting of snow on both Friday and Saturday night we walked from Catbells round to Robinson in a horseshoe. After the ascent up to Catbells the snow was there for all to see and walking in this for 6 hours proved to me these boots are fit for purpose and do not leak.
I’ve had these for 15 months and haven’t treated the boots either which is why I have given them 5 stars.
Best bit of gear I have, 24 March 2014
By Karl (Manchester)
I mainly use these when I go trekking and backpacking usually covering 10-12 miles a day across rough ground. Brilliant ankle support (my right ankle often used to hurt after long walks in cheaper boots) and have been fully waterproof for about a year and a half now. The only time my feet have gotten wet is when I forgot to pack my gaiters walking around bleaklow in the rain.
By Mofowax (Sheffield)
I purchased a pair of these a couple of years ago and they haven't failed me yet. Just got back from another trip to the lakes and despite walking 30 mins through boggy ground (where the water was literally halfway up my boots), plus the addition of 6 inches of snow on the summit of Conniston O Man, my feet were again, bone dry. They are very comfortable and supportive with plenty of space at the toe for those with slightly wider feet. If you have high arches, you'll need to purchase additional insole supports. For a 3 season boot, you can't gone wrong in my opinion. I'll be buying another pair when the time comes.