Boots for a Rugged Lifestyle – Lowa Boots Review

I originally bought my Lowa Hiking Boots 5 years ago while living in the United States. I was getting ready for my first big gig as a cameraman for an hunting television show filmed deep in the Rocky Mountains of Montana and Colorado. I knew this would be a rough and rugged adventure that would require me to travel miles a day on  foot through snow, mud, hillsides, jagged rocks and whatever else the wild west could throw at me. I didn’t want to be stuck miles from civilization with a broken boot. So, I invested a little bit more than I usually would and years later I am still wearing the same boots to climb the Andes Mountains and roam around South America, including the full Inca Trail. I am still surprised that with a little wash these boots still appear as new. The soles have not worn down and the leather is hardly creased and I can say I have truly put these boots through the ringer.


The Boot – Lowa Baffin Pro 

  • Outer: Nubuck Leather
  • Inner lining: Glove Leather
  • Climate Controlled
  • C4 Tongue
  • Flexifit
  • Midsole: PU with SPS Dynamic
  • Outsole: VIBRAM® Masai
  • Stabilizer: 5mm Full Length Nylon
  • Weight: 1800 grams

Cost : Average around $370