Dakota

Trail Low-Cut STSP Approach Hiker

89.99 CA$
Dakota

Trail Low-Cut STSP Approach Hiker

Description / What it’s For

A low cut powerhouse boot that’s a great option for workers in warehousing, distribution, light manufacturing and trades. Featuring Built-in FRESHTECH anti-microbial technology to keep your shoes fresher longer, these hikers are built to last. Made as a solid foundation for your feet during long shifts, they have a removable foot bed and EVA midsole for flexible support and cushioning. A durable and reliable hiker that has all the benefits of low-cut comfort while keeping your feet safe and cushioned.

Style: 5ANCDK2000

Style: 5ANCDK2000

Features / How it works

  • ACTION LEATHER AND MESH UPPER


    With reflective polyurethane
  • BUFFERED ACTION LEATHER TOE GUARD


  • FRESHTECH®


    Antimicrobial, stays fresh
  • BREATHABLE MESH LINING


  • REMOVABLE INSOLE


  • EVA MIDSOLE


    For flexible support and additional cushioning
  • RUBBER OUTSOLE


  • LACE-UP STYLE


  • SAFETY FIRST


    CSA Grade 1 steel toe and plate, ESR - Electric Shock Resistant
  • SUGGESTED END USE


    Warehousing, distribution, light manufacturing, drivers, trades
Trail Low-Cut STSP Approach Hiker is rated 3.875 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best pair of work shoes (and casual, even!) yet. Just had this for a week; it may be quite early for me to give this a 5/5 review, however so long as it's comfortable enough for me to use this for both work and leisure, (plus it's surprisingly lightweight, despite its seemingly-heavy look) then perhaps the sky's the limit. The only question is how long would this pair last for me. I'll keep you posted, indeed.
Date published: 2016-01-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Acceptable Construction I drive a forklift in an industrial setting (mostly sitting and not a lot of walking - I use my right foot to control the gas and brake pedals) and have had a pair of these boots for just over 18 months. The soles in both the left and the right became delaminated after about 12 months of use. I went to a shoe repair place and paid $25 to have them re-glued. So far they seem to be holding but the fabric around the trailing edge of the steel toe (where it bends as you walk) is beginning to rip from wear and tear. The boots may last another 6 months. So overall, I paid $80 + taxes and then $25 + taxes (~$120) to get 2 years use out of them. But your mileage may vary. Also, my workmates have told me about shoe glue available from various sources for about $10. So that may save me $15 but I'm not sure it would be easy to apply and I am not keen to get my hands all sticky.
Date published: 2015-06-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A very light and comfortable work hiker, but poor quality. I bought these work hikers because they were really light in weight, and extremely comfortable. I wore them daily working on a golf course. But they wore out in 5 months. They split the material at the end of the steel toe,which came loose and the sole came a part in both boots. I do not recommend this product.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good quality dry boot These boots have lasted me more then a year. They are just starting to give out. I do not use them in very muddy situations. They are comfortable to where and have worn down a reasonable amount of time. I am pretty hard on my shoes since I am 265lbs and treat my shoes with little respect since they are a work shoe. Also the antimicrobial function is not a selling feature I would stake my money on. I see that they still carry these boots so I am going to order myself a couple more pairs.
Date published: 2014-09-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Garbage ! These didn't even last a summer ! I'm the type of person who takes really good care of my things because I don't want to be buying the same thing over and over. I purchased these after reading favorable reviews. I'm a carpenter and I know these do not specifically indicate they are suitable for the trade but, I figured since I'm relatively gentle on my belongings If I could get at least a year(or 2 summers worth) I'd get what I paid for. After 2 weeks of watching where and what I stepped on, the fabric started tearing on top where the steel toe bends. The rubber underneath is somehow chewed to bits with pieces of rubber falling off and wearing VERY prematurely after avoiding every possible destructive material I could avoid on job sites...DAKOTA is a VERY POOR BRAND in general. AVOID if you want your moneys worth!
Date published: 2014-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value very light for a steel toe shoe. great value. will buy again
Date published: 2013-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light and very comfortable at a reasonable price. I bought these shoes on-line so I wasn't sure how they would feel when worn and it was a very nice surprise that they turned out to be so light and comfortable, much like wearing a light hiker that don't have any safety features. I just started using them so I am not sure how they will hold up over time and heavier use on the job site but the construction of the shoe appears to be of good quality. Decent price too.
Date published: 2013-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "TRAIL" LOW-CUT STSP APPROACH HIKER These are excellent.I have only have them for 4 hours and i am in love with these already,even tho they have a steel toe and composite bottom,they feel just as light as a aluminium toe model like the Spider work shoe.
Date published: 2013-03-24
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