Tracker FG Mens

Tracker FG Mens - Dark Brown
Dark Brown

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).


Tracker is testament to our belief that feet can go barefoot across all terrains.

This durable hiking boot  is tough enough to tackle any terrain -- from Toubkal to Tabletop Mountain, while still lightweight enough to throw in your backpack.

  • Premium Action Leather – water resistant treatment
  • Waterproof Construction – with sealed inner Hydrophobic breathable membrane
  • Firm Ground Sole – 3mm lugs for multi-terrain traction
  • Mountain Lace – for non-slip adherence
  • Removable Thermal Insole – 4-season protection

Weight : 468.05g



163 Reviews

Great product, not easy to size

Nice boots, just too short for downhill situations for me. I am a 41 W and bought the 41 M based on a Gobi purchase. My toe hit the end of the shoe going downhill. The 42 in women gave my toes plenty of room, but held my foot better at the ankle and sides. You want to have a thumbs width between the end of the shoe and your toe, so the 42 worked for me. If you don't have a wide foot but just want to have a wider toe box, be aware of this.

If you're in a hurry, order multiple sizes, since it takes some work to get the right fit. Returns are quick and easy.

Great product but not right fit for me

These are nice looking boots and seem well-constructed. I am typically a 41 in women's and bought the 41 in men's so my toe box would have more room (I use correct toes). When I replicated what it'd be like to walk downhill, my toe hit the end of the shoe. I recorded a 42 in mens and a 42 in women. Kept the 42 in women's because the wider part of the ankle on the men's shoe didn't hold my foot from slipping forward in downhill situations. You want to have a thumbs width between the end of the shoe and your toe, but be mindful of the wider men's shoes not keeping your ankle tight enough to not move forward if you don't have a wide foot but just want to have a wider toe box.

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