Best Hiking Boots for Narrow Feet

Best Hiking Boots for Narrow FeetFinding hiking boots that fit narrow feet can often prove to be a daunting task. There are few manufacturers that produce boots with a specific low-volume design. Fortunately a few enlightened companies answered the cries of slender-footed hikers by producing high-quality designs that provide a comfortable foot, allowing the specialized insoles to be left at home.

La Sportiva

La Sportiva hiking boots are notoriously narrow in fit. Backpackers and hikers with low-volume feet have found superior comfort with this brand. Using I.B.S. soles, the FC 4.1 GTX provides increased comfort and dynamic traction on just about any surface. Gore-Tex inserts keep your feet completely dry in wet conditions. The integrated mesh material in the upper portion of the boots allows for maximum breathability.

Vasque Talus

The Talus provides a long sigh of relief for the narrow-footed hiker. Featuring waterproofed nubuck uppers and removable dual-density EVA foot beds, the Talus offers continuous comfort in the wettest conditions. The interior is lined with Gore-Tex inserts with wicking nylon that has been seam-sealed to keep water out while keeping your feet from overheating.

Vasque Breeze III

Lightweight and insulating, the Breeze III is a high-performance boot when moving over rugged terrain. Vasque has fitted this heavy-duty day hiking boot with aggressive lugs on the Vasque exclusive Vibram soles, Gore-Tex Extended Comfort lining and a supportive ankle design. Large air mesh panels allow moisture to escape while maintaining a waterproof exterior shell with seam sealed tape. The Breeze is available in a low- and mid-cut design along with narrow sizing.

Article Written By Patricia Poulin

Patricia Poulin is a freelance writer based out of the western slope of Colorado. Poulin's travels and insight have chronicled in print media resources, such as "Inside Outside" and "Breathe" magazine. She is also a regular contributor for other various publications including "USA Today." Poulin holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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