Magna Trail Womens

$210 $145
Magna Trail Womens - Pink
Pink
Magna Trail Womens - Grey
Grey

A multi-terrain vegan hiking boot designed to give you the most with the least, the Magna Trail lets you feel the ground, connecting you to 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).

Features

NO ORDINARY HIKING BOOT

Our high-performance, lightweight off-road hiking shoe: ready for barefoot adventures in any weather and on the toughest terrains.
Magna Trail is vegan friendly with a high-tech, water resistant, no-sew construction, a neoprene ankle sock to keep out nasties and a removable thermal insole for protection from the cold.

MATERIAL DETAILS:

  • Removable Thermal Insole – 4-season protection
  • No-Sew Construction – durable, flexible, minimal design
  • Water Repellent Nylon

Weight : 290gg

Accessories

Reviews

87 Reviews

Fantastic

I bought this boot for my wife as a gift and she was in love. The pink is a nice touch and I have the black in men’s. They are vegan. They are comfortable for long hikes and keep out most all debris. I love that I can feel most of the ground and still have the good traction necessary for longer hikes with semi loose gravel. I would be careful pulling them on with the loop in the back for me the loops stitching ended up tearing a bit. Fantastic overall

So roomy but I couldn’t get them on

Pro: the toe box is so roomy I could wear them with toe separators. I could have worn them every day, they were so comfortable. They have great traction and are lightweight. The ankle cuff keeps your ankles relatively dirt free.

Con: I wanted them for traveling and to be able to wear them in hot and cold weather. At 38-40 degrees, my feet were cold even with the thermal insert and heavy wool socks. At 85 degrees, they were too hot, even with no socks and thermal inserts removed.

They’re hard to get on. I have small hands and could barely get my finger in the pull on loop. Wearing wool socks made them even harder to pull on. I just can’t wear shoes that are so hard to get into.

  
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