Tracker FG Mens

Tracker FG Mens - Dark Brown
Dark Brown
Tracker FG Mens - Cement

The Tracker is a barefoot hiking boot made from high quality leather. It is designed for wild and rough terrains, with our firm ground sole. This minimalist walking boot has a waterproof lining and thermal protection to keep feet a comfortable temperature and ready to explore nature.

We're confident that after experiencing the joys of natural foot freedom, your feet won't want to go back to 'normal' shoes.

So confident, we've introduced a 100 day trial to all orders. If you change your mind within that period, we're happy for you to return your shoes for a full refund with no hassle.

Your trial will commence automatically from the date your order arrives. Simply check out with your shoes as usual and we'll take care of the rest. (Standard Ts and Cs apply).



  • Firm Ground sole with 3mm lugs that provide traction over trails and rocky landscapes.
  • Premium action leather waterproof upper, constructed with a breathable sealed inner membrane reinforced by hydrophobic leather proofing. Mountain lace for non-slip adherance and webbing made out of recycled RPET.
  • Recycled RPET mesh lining.
  • Removable Thermal Insole – 4-season protection.

Weight : 468.05g



11 Reviews

Good ground feeling but too heavy

This is my second pair, offered by the customer service to replace a first pair that had leakage problems: thanks to them!

The material is slightly thicker than the 2017-2018 version, so it may be more durable.
Will the waterproofing last longer? It's too early to know.

Alas, the shoe is even heavier. The weight in size 42 is now 520 g with the thermal sole (1040 g pair) or 497 g without the insole. In March 2019, despite several messages, the website still displays the wrong weight of 329g; perhaps it has now been changed. It is difficult to consider the Tracker as a minimalist shoe: even the huge and strange Kuuva by Feelmax, another waterproof hiking "minimalist" boot, is lighter. And it might have less frequent waterproofness problems.
On the other hand, the outsole of the Tracker remains excellent, the rubber is more flexible and offers a better feeling of soil than the fine but very rigid Feelmax materials.

The ideal waterproof minimalist shoe is still to be invented. In particular, by replacing the cumbersome and upper part of the stem (whose role of ankle support is another myth of the twentieth century), by an integrated gaiter with a zip, which could offer the same rules of waterproof and insulation, but with more flexibility and lighter weight


2ème paire, jáime toujours autant

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