The Berghaus Explorer Light boot has come out top in a hiking boots test conducted by Which?
As part of the analysis process, Which? compared 11 different hiking boots. It ripped the soles of the boots off, wore them down and did a flex test using a revolving belt, and dunked them in a tank filled with water. In order to test how comfortable the boots are, six hiking experts wore the boots over 36 miles of rocky terrain in the Lake District.
The Berghaus Explorer Light came top with a total score of 72%. This was followed by the Hi-Tec V-Lite Altitude Ultra Luxe boot (71%), the Brasher Lithium GTX boot (70%), the Salomon 3D Fastpacker Mid GTX boot (70%), the Brasher Hillmaster GTX boot (68%), the Mammut Mt Trail GTX boot (63%), the Meindl Softline Ultra GTX boot (63%), the Hi-Tec V-Lite Fasthike Mid WP (61%), the Scarpa ZG65 XCR boot (59%), the Karrimor Penrith eVent boot (56%) and the Scarpa Ranger boot (53%).
You can also head over to our footwear section where you can find our review of the Berghaus Explorer Light boot.