BACKPACKER.COM - Gear Guide: The Best of the Rest
This affordable, waterproof shoe offers solid protection in a low-profile silhouette. “The rubber toe cap and thick wraparound rand warded off rocks on a scramble of Idaho’s 11,650-foot Cobb Peak,” one tester says. He also notes that the Cirque maintained traction on muddy trail runs, but that it sometimes let in debris and water despite the BDry membrane. It’s heavy for its size, but breathes well on warm hikes.
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