Eddie Bauer Lukla Pro Waterproof Lightweight Hiker
- Moisture Wicking
Eddie Bauer exclusive, built for when the road disappears and the weather heads south. Waterproof/breathable upper. Vibram® XS Trek rubber outsole with exclusive lug design for excellent, all-weather traction. Designed for light to medium day or short overnight hiking on packed trails, while carryig a pack weighing 15-40 lbs.
- WeatherEdge® membrane for waterproof/breathable performance
- InsoFit® cushioning EVA footbed delivers all-day support while reducing weight and bulk
- MidLite® premium EVA midsole combines ultralight comfort and exceptional durability
- MultiPitch™ Pro best-in-class outsole of Vibram® XS Trek rubber compound, with our exclusive lug design
- Sizes Men's 8-12, 13, 14
- Yes, I recommend this productDuane BGender MaleHeight 5'8"Type RegularActivityLeisureProsConsFashionable, comfortable, durable and waterproofJul 27, 2019
One of the best shoes I've ever owned! They are extremely comfortable, outrageously durable and completely waterproof (not merely water resistant). I now own 3 pairs! As an added bonus the granite color has blue highlights that go perfectly with blue jeans!
- Yes, I recommend this productDadGender MaleHeightTypeActivityWalkingProsConsWonderful shoeJul 14, 2019
I live in Chicago and wear these all winter. They hold up well so I have bought several pair. I love them in winter as they are comfortable and hold up well. After this past winter, my pair looked as fresh as when I first put it on. I just keep wishing that Eddie Bauer would also make this shoe in white. My dark grey looks fine in winter but is a bit dark looking for the summer months.
- Yes, I recommend this productHeathGender MaleHeight 6'3"Type TallActivityHikingPros Good Value, comfortable, durable, easy break in, true to size - length and widthConsFantastic trail runners!Jul 8, 2019
Honestly, I don't think you can beat the value of these hikers vs. other major brands. I bought them for a trip to Acadia National Park - Bar Harbor, ME and they did not disappoint. The break in period consisted of simply wearing them to work for a week prior to the trip along with a few neighborhood walks on asphalt. They were comfortable from the day I put them on all throughout the trip. I walked up and down mountains, across rugged rock/tree root terrain, down countless carriage paths, and even across a shallow brook with ease. The daily step count was 16-22,000 and my feet never tired! I highly recommend these hikers and will definitely get another pair if the current ones ever wear thin.