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The Heritage of Vasque

The evolution of Vasque hiking and backpacking footwear, from the 1960s to today. See more at www.vasque.com

At Vasque, we celebrate our past as we help shape the future. So it’s nice to know Vasque’s history reaches back half a century to the tradition of handmade mountain boots inspired by the Alps. For ages, Europeans have flocked to their high country, enjoying ancient trails over alpine cols. Our founder, William D. Sweasy, recognized the beauty in moving through the hills and brought the passion home--and Vasque boots were born.

Vasque boots helped open America’s great ranges—the Rockies, the Sierras, the Tetons, the Whites, the Cascades, to name a few—to people who’d never experienced the simple, profound joy of breaking a sweat above rock, gravel, snow, and ice. That was 1964. Nowadays, we’re as familiar a name as Mount Rainier, Canyonlands, or the AT. But the adventure—the wonder of discovery—never gets old. Your adventures, your discoveries, are as much a part of the Vasque legacy as the first pair of Sundowners, as we together write the next chapters of the great American outdoor adventure.

Vasque is a division of Red Wing Shoes.
e m a n : The Vasque Contender were my Favorite but they haven't made them in 10 Years
gat569 : Biggest mistake Vasque made was getting rid of the Clarions. I went through 1.5 pairs on the AT. Then bought a park service version and those lasted another 7 years. Great boots. Can't find them anymore.
Bobby Harper : Vasque Skywalkers made in Vietnam are unwearable.
elvacano231 : Yessss
Rixplace1 : I'm an ole fashion VASQUE fan/owner 20 years ago my first; climbed KILI then Rainier, mt st Hellens, Shasta, Baker and Adams; dz 14ers in COLO, Italian and French Alps, have those first Sundowners, next to my Scotty, Hamish, my best friends. I now have 6 pairs, switched from sneakers to them and NEVER look back. I prefer the old look, the new ones a bit too"streamlined for me.I wore them to a best friends wedding one time, spent 4 hours on the oldest, and they glowed when I escorted his bride to the altar
Vasque and Sundowners forever

Why Seal Team 6 & I Have Used Vasque Juxt Shoes?

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gideonstactical : this is how I know seals use juxt, Watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dMZYROup90
Adam Purcell : Sucks the green one they used was actually waterproof, and these are not.
nightterror007 : Imagine this: your in a secret bunker in the desert hiding from the world and BOOOM! in fly 10 Navy Seals armed to the teeth wearing crocs...
C-Bomb : Soooo...”Osama sneakers”? Or “bin Laden loafers”? Lol
Ryan Liberty : I just watched another video where a guy said seal team 6 wore Solomons. ?? Wierd

Vasque Breeze III GTX Hiking Boot Review

A review and waterproof test for the Vasque Breeze III GTX hiking boots.

Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2ItrbyW
PHARRAOH : thanks for the extensive and honest review. great video
Ross Bishoff : I appreciate that you put significant time in these boots before doing your review. One of my biggest complaints about youtube reviewers are that some folks wear or use an item one time and then give their opinion about it without really getting to know a piece of gear. Us users and consumers might be spending 8-10hrs a day using that particular piece of gear and looking for truthful user reviews so we can make an informed decision. Great video and I thank you!
Ross Bishoff : I appreciate that you put significant time in these boots before doing your review. One of my biggest complaints about youtube reviewers are that some folks wear or use an item one time and then give their opinion about it without really getting to know a piece of gear. Us users and consumers might be spending 8-10hrs a day using that particular piece of gear and looking for truthful user reviews so we can make an informed decision. Great video and I thank you!
J A : Been wearing Vasque boots for 30 plus years.
Jeff Stone : Great review and I have my own recent experience to add. First, a little criticism, though. To stand for 10 seconds in water, even ankle deep, is not, IMO, a valid test. Water tends to seep in and permeate the nubuck over time, not in 10 seconds. A better test would be to stand in that water for 15 minutes. A more real-world test would be simply to wear these in rain for an hour or walking through wet grass for an hour. I did the latter on a recent hike with these boots and my feet were mostly but not completely dry. The toes on one foot were a bit moist from seep-though. I still feel the boots did a good job and am not complaining. Last weekend, however, I had a serious fall when I slipped on a slick board walk on the Stratton Pond Trail in VT while wearing these Vasque Breeze II GTX's. Your admonition about the lack of grippiness resonates with me. However, I must say I had been hiking prior to the fall on many planks without noticing any slipperiness and after I fell, I resumed hiking, including on more board walks along the trail, which did not feel particularly slippery. I felt the soles of the boots after taking them off at my car and they definitely don't feel as grippy as they did when I bought them a few weeks ago. I have worn them on four weekend jaunts on the AT over the past month, putting about 60 miles on them. Even though they don't feel grippy to my hands any longer, I can't really blame the boots because, as I said, I hiked both before and after my slip & fall on similar boards without slipping. So I guess it was just one board that happened to be very slick. As for my fall? I fell on my face and found out I have three "minimally displaced" fractures in the bridge of my nose area and will be evaluated by an ENT on Monday. Hoping they will not want to "fix" anything and will recommend just allowing it heal. My fear is that a "fix" could be worse than the injury! So that's my long story and comment on the Vasque Breeze III GTX's. I still like them but will be more wary around potentially slippery surfaces. One more thing... I have a "Keen foot," i.e. I prefer a wider toe box than the Breeze, so I got a full size larger to avoid any cramping of my toes. I inserted a Superfeet green insole on top of the native footbed and it's working well as I also need the extra arch support. That also helps with padding against the rocks that you mentioned you feel. The shoe is a tiny bit long for me but comfortable and I definitely agree that the laces need to be re-tightened once the shoes are warmed up, e.g. after 45-60 minutes of hiking. But that's not a big deal. Now that they are broken in, I think a heavier sock or adding a sock liner to my Darn Toughs could be good. They do seem very well made and I like the ankle height, which is about 1/4" higher than some other mid-height boots.

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