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Track II High
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Track II High

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Track II High

Manufacturer: Ecco

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Page By: Tecova

Created/Edited: Mar 24, 2007 / Mar 24, 2007

Object ID: 2920

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Product Description

A high top boot that has proven to be very durable.

Features

Full grain leather & nubuck combination uppers.

Moc toe stitching

Dual Density PU sole.

Gore-tex® lined.

Shock Point.

Hardwearing, light & flexible.

Shock absorbent & cushioned outsole.

100% Waterproof.

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TecovaThe finest shoes I've ever owned.

Voted 5/5

I never realized that these boots were in limited supply, but if you can get a hold of a pair, they're worth every penny of their $200+ price. I'll likely never own another style or brand of boot in my life.

My doctor actually suggested I look into Ecco shoes, as I had trouble with foot pain. Since I purchased these boots, I have not experienced foot pain again, unless I've been walking all day long, and previous boots would have left me in agony while these boots religate me to mild discomfort.

They've also been the most durable pair of shoes I've ever owned in my life. They've taken an absolute beating from me and done nothing but perform in return. They're well scuffed now, but there is not a single point on the boot that is wearing out, after almost two years of non stop abuse and daily wear. These quickly became the only shoes I wear, for everything, be it hiking, going to work, sitting around, what have you. They are now the only shoes I own.

I recommend them to anyone who asks, or complains about foot pain. I suggest you try them as well. I've watched other friends wear out their nice Solomon boots in a matter of months while my Ecco boots keep on trucking. I simply can't rate these high enough. They are worth the steep price I payed for them.

Edit: In the picture above, the boots have a ridge around the toe of the boot. I don't like that look, and mine don't have that. As far as I know you can order the boots without that ridge, because I did.
Posted Mar 24, 2007 8:01 am

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