Lightweight leather walking boots with a GORE-TEX® lining for maximum waterproof protection.
The Brasher Hillwalker II GTX® are now updated with a single-piece oiled full grain leather upper for a classic look and durable finish.
All the usual Brasher fit and comfort are provided in this lightweight hill boot. The shock absorbing midsole protects your feet from impact shocks, and is finished with a grippy rubber sole unit for good traction on loose ground. The padded cut away cuff reduces pressure on the achilles region while still offering ankle support, and the soft 1.6mm leather upper is comfortable straight from the box.
A GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort lining offers complete waterproof protection whilst still being breathable enough to allow perspiration to escape, keeping your feet dry in wet conditions.
B0 - Not Suitable for Crampons
Standard Lace Up
Soft: for low level walks on defined trials
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Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes or shoes.
Feet: Use a ruler or tape measure to measure your foot (from the heel to the tip of your longest toe) Be sure to measure both feet. Many people have feet of different sizes. Fit to the larger of the two.
Remember, feet can expand over a quarter size during a full day's walk so ensure you get the right fit.
WARNING...... THESE BOOTS ARE NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE. they are a con, they are not waterproof after two hour walk in the rain feet were soaked to the skin might as well used sandals. what a waste of £100. Makers should be prosecuted for false advertising.
Reviewed by jedi - 7th Feb, 2016
7 month old. not even used on a weekly basis. on a outing today and my feet are wet, such a comfy boot, as my title says truly gutted...
Reviewed by soggy feet - 9th Dec, 2015
Avoid if you want dry feet
A Brasher fan of 20 + years, ley down with this latest version.
Replaced after 1 months by Go Outdoors (no quibbles) but after 5 minutes in wet grass / rain the lower seam to the sole lets in water - not fit for a days walking as these are letting in water after a 1 hr dog walk.
Reviewed by P Rouse - 30th Nov, 2015
Avoid these boots
These boots are not waterproof at all....terrible purchase and total waste of money
Reviewed by trickymicky - 15th Oct, 2015
not fit for purpose
I use these boots most days for up to 1/4 of a mile walk in the local park,they are very clean, and waxed once a week, the soles are hardly worn,they look like new boots.the down side is the uppers on both boots are coming away from the soles on the instep,so on damp grass or wet paths both feet are soaking wet.Heavy walkers dont bother waste of money.
Reviewed by akersnge - 24th Aug, 2015
Not waterproof avoid buying
Purchased these boots 7 months ago following advice from the store in the recent heavy rain they have become like sponges letting in all the water even though I treated them after every walk I have done. Luckily I still had the receipt and Brasher have tested them and conclude they have failed. Read all the reviews I would not recommend this boot to anyone who wants to keep their feet dry, Changed to a pair of scarpa boots which appear to have a much better build quality
Reviewed by Tony - 28th Jun, 2015
Comfortable boot, but they let in water all the time, very poor waterproof membrane.
Do not recommend anyone buys them if they want to keep their feet dry....
Reviewed by Trigs - 1st Jun, 2015
Brashers hill walker Ii
These are a very poor product fell apart within 4months and my replacement pair have gone the same way. Save your money and buy another boot.
Reviewed by steve - 7th Mar, 2015
brasher hillwalker 11 gtx
Had for 2 years worn almost everyday in winter months just walking dog , very comfortable. but now leather uppers cracked and parting company with sole letting in water ,been well maintained and looked after. Also sole is very worn. Time for new pair, not brasher tho
Reviewed by Fred - 18th Dec, 2014
Very comfortable......thats it!
Less than 2 years old. "Leather" cracking. Let in water. Have been well cleaned and maintained with recommended products. Very low and easy mileage.
Very disappointed (and annoyed!)
My last Brasher Boot that's for sure.
Reviewed by Sp - 8th Dec, 2014
Used daily - great
Walk in the New Forest for 4 miles each day for the last year wearing these very comfortable boots. Have very wide feet. Frequently in mud and water upto ankles and they have never leaked and have only been polished twice. Soles are absolutely fine. Only downside is a tendency for one lace lug to wear the laces ., hence 4 rather than 5 stars
Reviewed by Colin - 21st Nov, 2014
Less than 2 years and the heels are badly worn and slanted so my heels tilt inwards. No other boots have done this. They were waterproof though.
Reviewed by walker - 8th Nov, 2014
Do Not Purchase
Had the sole repaired twice. They leak in water. Took some time to bed in. One boot is more comfortable than the other, Feels like there is something inside the boot that is making it uncomfortable.
Reviewed by Dogwalker - 31st Oct, 2014
POOR QUALITY SOLES
Brasher recommended by a friend for Hillwalking. Already had a good pair of Berghaus for this purpose so kept Brashers for walking our dog and general purpose, mainly on pavements etc.
Very concerned to find that the soles split in two after about a year; superglued them together but no use.
Berghaus still going strong on genuine hillwalking.
Conclusion- Brasher not up to the job!!!.
Reviewed by colstman - 29th Oct, 2014
Okay If You Like Wet Feet
Comfort fine, good sole but that's it. Used for dog walking, when weather isn't great. I must have worn them 20 times. They started leaking just after a year old even although I used Brasher cream and polished them regularly. Would not recommend.
Reviewed by John B - 29th Oct, 2014
If you have problem feet read on.
I have a collapsed left foot with all usual problems including trapped nerve pain in the ball of the foot. After getting custom made orthotics I have started walking again pain-free as long as I have the right shoes. I have spent a long time researching walking boots and have found out that none tell you the things you need to know if you have problems.
I have tried many boots and as soon as I put on the Brasher Hillwalkers they felt different. I bought them and, taking a risk, tried them out on a 12 mile walk (the longest I have done for 6 years). At the end my feet were happy and the boots came through with flying colours.
The key features that make them work for my feet are:
1) My feet are normal width with narrow heels and wider forefoot. The boots fit well round the heel and ankle so no lifting and blistering. The toe box is generous which accommodates a collapsed front foot.
2) The orthotics fit well in the boot and dont slip around.
3) Most important the boots have a neutral or nearly flat foot bed. Most boots and shoes have some heel which, when combined with chunky orthotics, slide the foot forward putting pressure on the ball of the foot and in the worst case jamming toes into the end. I have lost toenails this way. Even with the orthotics my feet felt flat and no undue pressure was put on the metatarsals and the nerve trapped between them.
4) The sole and heel material does not look thick but it protected the foot from sharp stones and cushioned better than most.
5) The leather uppers and the sole were flexible enough to be comfortable out of the box.
I bought a size bigger than my usual to accommodate the orthotic and an extra layer of 3mm shock absorption under the insole.
Worth trying if you have problem feet
Reviewed by Joewalker - 16th Oct, 2014
No more Brashers for me
Sole on right boot started coming away after less than 100 miles. Brasher said it was due to heat. Rubbish! I have been hiking for over 40 years and had dozens of boots from cheap Karrimor to Scarpa SL and Zamberlans, I have never had a sole come off. The sole is just stuck on with glue, no stitches, no welts. Simply poor design. My first and last Brashers.
Reviewed by Scarpa-r-better - 11th Oct, 2014
Sole falls off - avoid!
Old Scarpas have not only done hundreds of miles, possibly over 1000. Brasher? would be surprised if the've done 50 and sole coming away at the heel. Should be budget boot but that would be a disservice to the budget manufacturers. Totally shoddy.
Reviewed by dartmoorboy - 7th Oct, 2014
Slippers for the hill
5 days of walking all over Dartmoor with everything it can throw at you, not a blister, rub, hot spot or even a twinge. No real desire to take them off even, quite forgot I had them on and feel right first thing in the morning as well. Light and clearly very breathable (noticeable lack of odour!!), feet completely dry. Can't think of anything you'd want from a boot of this type that these don't provide and then some. My best boots ever in over 30 years of walking.
Reviewed by Minnowman - 4th Oct, 2014
Brasher Hillwalker II GTX
Bought these boots in Sep 2013 so they've had a twelve month test and come through with flying colours. Comfortable, waterproof and totally fit for purpose. No problem recommending these boots and for the price a true bargain.