Tackle varied terrain in a tough, waterproof hiking shoe that pairs durable Nubuck leather with cool, breathable mesh and a waterproof Gore-Tex lining. The bellows-tongue design enhances ventilation and shuts out debris; polyester air-mesh lining keeps air circulating when you need it most. 20% EVA anatomical footbed offers cushioning, comfort, and support. Patagonia Air Cushion Plus provides shock absorption. Bi-Fit™ 80% post-consumer recycled polyurethane waterproof insole board for support and stability. High-traction Vibram® Trail Ecostep outsole with 30% recycled rubber. Medium width. Full toe box with medium arch/instep. Imported. Whole and half sizes 8-12.
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Patagonia® Drifter A/C Gore-Tex® Hikiing Shoes
Review 1 for Patagonia® Drifter A/C Gore-Tex® Hikiing Shoes
"This low top shoe is awesome for light hiking applications. I use this primarily for local bass fishing around reservoirs and they do an awesome job. Excellent traction and very lightweight in addition to being very comfy! They are also nice and waterproof, so feel free to get 'em wet (at least, up to the ankle of course). For sizing, I'm a 9.5 and I had to go up to a size 10. Fits like a glove!"
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Review 2 for Patagonia® Drifter A/C Gore-Tex® Hikiing Shoes
October 1, 2012
from The Wilds of New Hill, NC
"My four star rating is solely because of discrepancy in sizing of this particular shoe...I returned the first pair (11.5US) for a size 12 (which I have never before needed. (usually 11 or 11.5). Several similar Patagonia shoes ordered at 11.5 have been perfect. This size 12 is still a tad snug in length, but seems to be breaking in fine with no problems. The shoes are lightweight, very comfortable, breathe well, and provide great support with a relatively firm sole excellent for light hiking. The tread design is particularly good at picking up small stones, but provide excellent traction (a trade off, I suppose). Waterproofing is the real deal (for now); I immersed them half way up the instep with no leakage/seepage whatsoever. Removable foot pad is a distinct plus. Similar type shoes at a lesser cost simply don't hold up as well or nearly as long, so the Patagonia shoes are actually more cost effective. I do hope Patagonia retains the quality name brand manufacturers of the sole and waterproofing elements. The fact that this is my third purchase of this type of shoe from Patagonia pretty well sums up my testimony towards their product(s)."
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