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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Comfortable but not waterproof., 23 April 2015
By Trevor8833 (Manchester)
Bought first pair from Go Outdoors. They leaked on first use. Exchanged. Second pair leaked on first use. Refund. Went to Snow&Rock decided to try again, as so comfortable. Leaked again, sent to Salamon who agreed, faulty. :-(
Salomon Quest, 07 April 2015
By MartB (Durham)
I have used these boots for 4 months over the winter, wearing a double layer sock they are as comfortable now as they were the first time I tried them in the store. They offer great ankle support giving huge confidence when walking on slippery and uneven ground. They have had ample opportunity to leak as many of my walks have included mile after mile of very wet boggy ground frequently being ankle deep in mud or water. I re-proof them every 4 weeks after giving them a good scrub clean and my feet have always been warm and dry after each walk. I have no reservations about recommending these boots. The only negative I have, is the sole has poor grip when walking on muddy ground as the tread quickly blinds resulting in a flat slippery sole.
Like trekking with clouds on my feet, 26 March 2015
By Jelly (Manchester)
These are a fabulous boot. I used them for an eight day trek up Kilimanjaro last year, not to mention Snowdon, Helvellyn and Scafell as preparation.
They are by far the comfiest walking boot I have ever worn, and I suspect any who complain about discomfort with this boot have either bought the wrong size, or are wearing market stall socks (5 pairs for a £1 or something) instead of a quality sock like a Bridgedale. The high ankle design offers excellent protection when on scree and loose rocks, and the grip is also superb, even on wet rocks.
They kept my feet warm, dry and comfortable at all times and I will be using them for Choquequirao/Inca Trail next year and Aconcagua after that (I hope!)
Dry Light & Tough, 04 February 2015
By To the Ridgeway and Beyond (Saddleworth)
Ridgeway Path done...sections of the Pennine Way done...Whitby, North Yorks Moors...wet conditions...dry feet highly Recommended Boots
fantastic, 16 January 2015
By Gaz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
These boots saw me up kilimanjaro, elbrus and machu picchu in great comfort. Waterproof, lots of ankle support (really important for loose terrain) and felt like I was in a pair of slippers. Even after all those miles the tread is still mint! Can't say a bad word about them.