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X Ultra 4 Hiking Shoe - Women's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $90.97 - $97.96 Original price: $139.95
Up to 35% off
Color:Black/Quiet Shade/Sirocco


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Why We Like The X Ultra 4 Hiking Shoe

For bagging peaks, we step into our X Ultra 4 Hiking Shoe. The updated chassis gives us optimal control and energy response as we trek over rolling terrain, yet remains flexible so our feet and ankles can move naturally while rock scrambling. We power to the summit while the breathable materials keep swampfoot at bay.


  • Hiking shoe with trail runner agility and boot stability
  • Tight mesh upper keeps out debris and provides durable breathability
  • 11mm heel-toe drop helps fight against calf fatigue
  • New chassis for better stability without sacrificing sensitivity
  • Quicklace system for one-pull tightening with lace-pocket storage
  • Deep, rugged lugs provide superior grip on technical terrain
  • Rubber toecap provides protection on rocky trails
  • Item #SALZ9NQ
Upper Material
anti-debris mesh, rubber toecap
[sockliner] molded OrthoLite
Contagrip TD
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

February 5, 2024

Interesting Design - Great Shoe? TBD…

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:

I specifically purchased this shoe for a future 7-day trip in the greater Yellowstone area that will include the possibility of some off-trail adventuring and possible stream crossings (hence I was specifically seeking a NON Gortex shoe - once water gets in, hard to get OUT). These fit my foot like a glove right out of the box, my heel is secure, plenty of room in the toe box in my “normal” size 8 (be aware that they run big in US sizes, DO compare the Euro size of your current shoe if you are trying them out sight-unseen). The only reason for 4 stars is I’m unsure how rugged or long-lasting the unique pull and cinch lacing will hold up. It has come loose about twice wearing them several days to work, and once on their maiden trail voyage. I bought some 1.5mm paracord to remedy this in the event of ultimate failure, but other than that the show itself is stellar. Did a 17 mile, 2-day trial hike in them, and absolutely no blisters, dried quickly when wet, excellent grip on hills and descents and wet rocks. Reviews elsewhere questioned their longevity, but in some tough terrain, they look no worse for the wear, and feel way more sturdy and robust than Lone Peaks (which also report longevity issues). The only reason I didn’t rate 5 stars is the potential unreliability of the lacing system (which works great when it stays), and I am unsure yet of the long term durability. Still, even if I have to remedy the lacing issue, I feel it’s a great choice.

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