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Gore-Tex - Guaranteed to keep you dry!

A Gore-Tex shoe or boot is completely waterproof as high as the Gore membrane reaches up the shaft. Thanks to the distinct liner material used with the membrane, you can clearly see how high up the membrane is. All Gore-Tex membrane seams are sealed with special tools, making for a 100% waterproof joint. If you’ve used wellingtons in the past, you can definitely feel the difference when moving to a pair of Gore-Tex shoes: unlike in rubber boots, moisture from your skin has a route out, through the Gore-Tex membrane. It’s wise to always wear technical socks with Gore-Tex shoes to ensure the best possible moisture transfer rate.

Gore-Tex has a solid reputation as a result of years of hard work. Of all the membrane brands Gore-Tex has proven to be the most reliable one in frequent use and harsh conditions. With any shoe brand, Gore-Tex equipped shoes are always the top of the line. As using this particular membrane is an investment for shoe makers, they are highly motivated to make the best shoes possible. Gore also carries out extensive product testing. Whenever you see a product with a Gore-Tex logo, you can be sure the model has been thoroughly tested.

Surface? Membrane? What exactly is it? We often hear people referring to Gore-Tex as if it was a surface material, or even a surface treatment. In truth, footwear with Gore-Tex always has a surface material on top of the membrane. Only after the surface material has soaked through, does the membrane start fending off external moisture. Surface materials, be they leather or textile, carry a durable water repellency treatment, which helps the footwear breathe better. This treatment loses its strength over time but is easy to renew at home: Nikwax, for instance, makes excellent shoe care products.

Gore-Tex footwear is popular wherever terrain tends to be wet. In Alpine regions, for instance, things are usually drier than in the marshy forests of Finland or Sweden, or in the rainy British isles. The advantages of Gore-Tex boots over wellingtons are clear: they don’t make your feet sweat nearly as much, and they can be made to support your feet and ankles in a much better fashion. A solid hiking boot helps keep your ankles in check even in the rockiest of terrains, while carrying a heavy pack.

Gore-Tex membrane makes life easier in lighter footwear as well. Wet spring and fall conditions are no problem when you’re whizzing around in a pair of running or hiking Gore shoes.

A valuable tip for Gore-Tex shoe users: remember to keep your toenails short! Long toenails, especially ones that point a bit upwards, can sometimes damage the membrane by wearing through the liner material.

Generally Gore-Tex footwear demands little care. The membrane itself is maintenance-free. Surface materials on these shoes can, however use a bit of attention: it is wise to keep leather hiking shoes and boots well impregnated and an occasional application of Gore-Tex compatible shoe wax will keep them in good tick. For shoes with textile surfaces, just keep them clean and make sure to dry them after use in a place and position where they can dry fast. Never, however, keep shoes on heated floors. The continuous elevated temperature can wreak havoc on the mid sole.

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16
104.03
Salomon XA Pro 3D GTX Women's 2016
True
1407926394
11667
16
104.03
Salomon XA Pro 3D GTX 2016
True
1407923642
11666
0
160.48
Lowa Renegade Mid GTX
False
1222344202
2362
0
136.29
Lowa Renegade GTX Women's Low
False
1503041212
19662
16
79.84
Merrell Moab 2 Mid GTX Women's
False
1496056137
19340
16
79.84
Merrell Moab Mid GTX
False
1496055717
19339
0
128.23
Lowa San Francisco GTX Low Women's
False
1489651498
18400
0
128.23
Lowa San Francisco GTX Low
False
1429170877
13325
0
128.23
Lowa Renegade III GTX Women's Low
False
1427108376
13171
0
128.23
Lowa Renegade III GTX Low
False
1427107240
13170
0
160.48
Lowa Renegade GTX Mid Lady
False
1222344783
2361
0
152.42
Meindl Siena GTX Lady
False
1427199469
13187
0
152.42
Meindl Siena GTX
False
1306930756
6115
0
257.26
Meindl Dovre GTX Wide
False
1345789517
7837
16
200.81
Lowa Hunter GTX
False
1376552315
9628
0
225
Lowa Tibet GTX
False
1496309785
19376
0
225
Lowa Tibet GTX
False
1222409897
2368
0
225
Lowa Tibet Lady GTX
False
1376312955
9621
0
200.81
Lowa Mauria W GTX
False
1363252271
8787
0
216.94
Lowa Lavena II GTX W
False
1427444509
13231
0
225
Meindl Nauders GTX Lady
False
1383552582
10220
23
160.48
Meindl Air Revolution Ultra Lady
False
1423225101
12912
0
241.13
Meindl Guffert GTX Lady
False
1388388194
10482
0
241.13
Meindl Guffert GTX
False
1367317086
9045
17
152.42
Meindl Kansas GTX Lady
False
1346061408
7849
17
152.42
Meindl Kansas GTX
False
1346058685
7848
0
192.74
Hanwag Tatra Wide Lady GTX
False
1335780938
7383
12
176.61
Meindl Matrei GTX Lady
False
1222239300
2345
12
176.61
Meindl Matrei GTX
False
1222238634
2344
0
208.87
Meindl Vakuum GTX
False
1208955472
1967
0
192.74
Hanwag Tatra Wide GTX
False
1306933235
6117
0
136.29
Icebug DTS3 Bugrip GTX Women's
False
1508137607
20065
0
136.29
Icebug DTS3 Bugrip GTX
False
1508136372
20064
0
144.35
Icebug Pace2 Women Michelin Wic
False
1507614319
20000
0
144.35
Icebug Pace2 Men Michelin Wic
False
1507613561
19999
0
120.16
Lowa Tortona GTX Mid Women's
False
1507525064
19985
0
136.29
Lowa London II GTX QC
False
1507524552
19984
0
160.48
Meindl Baltimore GTX
False
1507096376
19947
15
136.29
Lowa Innox Mid GTX Women's
False
1502189322
19549
15
136.29
Lowa Innox Mid GTX
False
1502188129
19548
0
136.29
Haglöfs Roc Claw Mid GT Women's
False
1502178645
19547
0
136.29
Haglöfs Roc Claw Mid GT
False
1502177684
19546
23
79.84
Salomon Kiliwa GTX Women's
False
1502173263
19541
23
79.84
Salomon Kiliwa GTX
False
1502173230
19540
10
144.35
Salomon X Alp Mid Leather GTX Women's
False
1490871406
18557
0
79.84
Merrell All Out Charge Women's
False
1490860379
18550
0
176.61
Meindl Minnesota Pro Lady GTX
False
1490789373
18549
0
176.61
Meindl Minnesota Pro GTX
False
1490787442
18548
12
176.61
Hanwag Makra Combi Women's GTX
False
1490178294
18459
12
176.61
Hanwag Makra Combi GTX
False
1490173734
18458
10
144.35
Salomon X Alp Mid Leather GTX
False
1490096164
18448
11
120.16
Haglöfs Observe GT Surround Women
False
1490015347
18435
11
120.16
Haglöfs Observe GT Surround
False
1490014511
18434
21
104.03
Salomon XA Pro 3D GTX Women's
True
1487059707
18173
21
104.03
Salomon XA Pro 3D GTX
True
1487059104
18172
19
120.16
Salomon X-Chase Mid GTX Women's
False
1486980666
18162
19
120.16
Salomon X-Chase Mid GTX
False
1486977610
18161
0
79.84
Merrell All Out Charge
False
1485771375
18081
0
128.23
Icebug Pace2 Bugrip Women
False
1477650672
17540
0
128.23
Icebug Pace2 Bugrip Men
False
1477650121
17539
26
112.1
Lowa Innox Evo GTX QC Women's
False
1472204869
16772
26
112.1
Lowa Innox Evo GTX QC
False
1472204344
16771
17
120.16
Salomon Speedcross 4 GTX
True
1468304220
16655
17
120.16
Salomon Speedcross 4 GTX Women's
True
1468303976
16654
0
120.16
Merrell Capra Venture GTX Surround Women's
False
1468232061
16650
0
95.97
Merrell Moab FST GTX Women's
False
1468231029
16648
0
95.97
Merrell Moab FST GTX
False
1468230384
16647
0
63.71
Haglöfs Incus GT Women
False
1467954980
16623
0
63.71
Haglöfs Incus GT Men
False
1467953835
16622
36
76.61
Merrell All Out Charge GTX
False
1459242623
15617
12
112.1
Lowa Innox Evo GTX Women's Low
False
1457090598
15445
12
112.1
Lowa Innox Evo GTX Low
False
1457089798
15444
0
160.48
Lowa Lady Light GTX
False
1456907474
15432
0
160.48
Lowa Lavaredo GTX
False
1456906131
15431
0
192.74
Meindl Tessin Identity Lady GTX
False
1438156679
13837
0
192.74
Meindl Tessin Identity Men GTX
False
1438155423
13836
22
112.1
Haglöfs Ridge II Q GT
False
1410156266
11809
22
112.1
Haglöfs Ridge II GTX
False
1410154601
11808
0
200.81
Meindl Vakuum Ultra Lady GTX
False
1332248919
7171
0
200.81
Meindl Vakuum Ultra GTX
False
1332248140
7170
0
208.87
Meindl Vakuum GTX Lady
False
1237190834
3052
0
200.81
Lowa Camino GTX
False
1334324750
7301
0
225
Meindl Nauders GTX
False
1383551924
10219
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Gore-Tex - Guaranteed to keep you dry!

A Gore-Tex shoe or boot is completely waterproof as high as the Gore membrane reaches up the shaft. Thanks to the distinct liner material used with the membrane, you can clearly see how high up the membrane is. All Gore-Tex membrane seams are sealed with special tools, making for a 100% waterproof joint. If you’ve used wellingtons in the past, you can definitely feel the difference when moving to a pair of Gore-Tex shoes: unlike in rubber boots, moisture from your skin has a route out, through the Gore-Tex membrane. It’s wise to always wear technical socks with Gore-Tex shoes to ensure the best possible moisture transfer rate.

Gore-Tex has a solid reputation as a result of years of hard work. Of all the membrane brands Gore-Tex has proven to be the most reliable one in frequent use and harsh conditions. With any shoe brand, Gore-Tex equipped shoes are always the top of the line. As using this particular membrane is an investment for shoe makers, they are highly motivated to make the best shoes possible. Gore also carries out extensive product testing. Whenever you see a product with a Gore-Tex logo, you can be sure the model has been thoroughly tested.

Surface? Membrane? What exactly is it? We often hear people referring to Gore-Tex as if it was a surface material, or even a surface treatment. In truth, footwear with Gore-Tex always has a surface material on top of the membrane. Only after the surface material has soaked through, does the membrane start fending off external moisture. Surface materials, be they leather or textile, carry a durable water repellency treatment, which helps the footwear breathe better. This treatment loses its strength over time but is easy to renew at home: Nikwax, for instance, makes excellent shoe care products.

Gore-Tex footwear is popular wherever terrain tends to be wet. In Alpine regions, for instance, things are usually drier than in the marshy forests of Finland or Sweden, or in the rainy British isles. The advantages of Gore-Tex boots over wellingtons are clear: they don’t make your feet sweat nearly as much, and they can be made to support your feet and ankles in a much better fashion. A solid hiking boot helps keep your ankles in check even in the rockiest of terrains, while carrying a heavy pack.

Gore-Tex membrane makes life easier in lighter footwear as well. Wet spring and fall conditions are no problem when you’re whizzing around in a pair of running or hiking Gore shoes.

A valuable tip for Gore-Tex shoe users: remember to keep your toenails short! Long toenails, especially ones that point a bit upwards, can sometimes damage the membrane by wearing through the liner material.

Generally Gore-Tex footwear demands little care. The membrane itself is maintenance-free. Surface materials on these shoes can, however use a bit of attention: it is wise to keep leather hiking shoes and boots well impregnated and an occasional application of Gore-Tex compatible shoe wax will keep them in good tick. For shoes with textile surfaces, just keep them clean and make sure to dry them after use in a place and position where they can dry fast. Never, however, keep shoes on heated floors. The continuous elevated temperature can wreak havoc on the mid sole.

Gore-Tex - Guaranteed to keep you dry!

A Gore-Tex shoe or boot is completely waterproof as high as the Gore membrane reaches up the shaft. Thanks to the distinct liner material used with the membrane, you can clearly see how high up the membrane is. All Gore-Tex membrane seams are sealed with special tools, making for a 100% waterproof joint. If you’ve used wellingtons in the past, you can definitely feel the difference when moving to a pair of Gore-Tex shoes: unlike in rubber boots, moisture from your skin has a route out, through the Gore-Tex membrane. It’s wise to always wear technical socks with Gore-Tex shoes to ensure the best possible moisture transfer rate.

Gore-Tex has a solid reputation as a result of years of hard work. Of all the membrane brands Gore-Tex has proven to be the most reliable one in frequent use and harsh conditions. With any shoe brand, Gore-Tex equipped shoes are always the top of the line. As using this particular membrane is an investment for shoe makers, they are highly motivated to make the best shoes possible. Gore also carries out extensive product testing. Whenever you see a product with a Gore-Tex logo, you can be sure the model has been thoroughly tested.

Surface? Membrane? What exactly is it? We often hear people referring to Gore-Tex as if it was a surface material, or even a surface treatment. In truth, footwear with Gore-Tex always has a surface material on top of the membrane. Only after the surface material has soaked through, does the membrane start fending off external moisture. Surface materials, be they leather or textile, carry a durable water repellency treatment, which helps the footwear breathe better. This treatment loses its strength over time but is easy to renew at home: Nikwax, for instance, makes excellent shoe care products.

Gore-Tex footwear is popular wherever terrain tends to be wet. In Alpine regions, for instance, things are usually drier than in the marshy forests of Finland or Sweden, or in the rainy British isles. The advantages of Gore-Tex boots over wellingtons are clear: they don’t make your feet sweat nearly as much, and they can be made to support your feet and ankles in a much better fashion. A solid hiking boot helps keep your ankles in check even in the rockiest of terrains, while carrying a heavy pack.

Gore-Tex membrane makes life easier in lighter footwear as well. Wet spring and fall conditions are no problem when you’re whizzing around in a pair of running or hiking Gore shoes.

A valuable tip for Gore-Tex shoe users: remember to keep your toenails short! Long toenails, especially ones that point a bit upwards, can sometimes damage the membrane by wearing through the liner material.

Generally Gore-Tex footwear demands little care. The membrane itself is maintenance-free. Surface materials on these shoes can, however use a bit of attention: it is wise to keep leather hiking shoes and boots well impregnated and an occasional application of Gore-Tex compatible shoe wax will keep them in good tick. For shoes with textile surfaces, just keep them clean and make sure to dry them after use in a place and position where they can dry fast. Never, however, keep shoes on heated floors. The continuous elevated temperature can wreak havoc on the mid sole.

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