Lowa ratings

Average Customer Rating Based On 60 Reviews


5 Star
(45)
4 Star
(10)
3 Star
(3)
2 Star
(2)
1 Star
(0)
  • Size: 73.33% True to Size (60 ratings)
    • 73.33% True to Size
    • 13.33% Runs 1/2 Size Small
    • 6.67% Runs 1/2 Size Large
    • 5.00% Runs 1 Size Small
    • 1.67% Runs 1 Size Large
  • Width: 80.33% True to Width (61 ratings)
    • 80.33% True to Width
    • 16.39% Runs Narrow
    • 3.28% Runs Wide
  • Arch Support: 48.28% Excellent (58 ratings)
    • 48.28% Excellent
    • 48.28% Good
    • 3.45% Minimal
  • Shaft Width: 100.00% True to Width (1 ratings)
    • 100.00% True to Width


100% HANDCRAFTED IN EUROPE

OUR PHILOSOPHY.
OUR PASSION. OUR PROMISE.

In 1923, a Bavarian cobbler named Lorenz Wagner founded LOWA as a work and outdoor boot company. Nine decades later, LOWA is a worldwide brand, present in over 40 countries. Yet, we are still based in our home village of Jetzendorf, Germany where we proudly produce the majority of our footwear. In fact, 100% of our shoes and boots are made in Europe, under the world’s most stringent manufacturing, environmental, and labor regulations.

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DETAILS THAT MATTER

The videos below highlight some of the details that have earned Lowa’s reputation for building the world’s most comfortable and durable outdoor footwear since 1923.

TRAIL RUNNING SHOES — TEHCNICAL INNOVATIONS

BACKPACKING AND TREKKING BOOTS — TEHCNICAL INNOVATIONS

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Impressive Hiking boots
Lightweight and waterproof. Fits snug which adds to great ankle support. I added addtional arch support purely for my own comfort. Needs no break in period which is awesome. I did not now anything about LOWA and simply googled for best hiking boots and that is how I was introduced to LOWA and I am for sure not disappointed. Super fast international delivery which was also very impressive. Would highly recommend these hiking boots
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comfortable, waterproof, tough
very comfortable shoes ordered 1/2 size larger, because your toes aren't supposed to hit the end of the shoe when going downhill. wore these walking in costa rica for a few weeks. after several days of walking in the rain in wet grass, they did eventually feel damp, but only on the outside. my feet stayed dry. not a ton of support for hardcore hiking/climbing, but great for walking on grass, dirt paths, somewhat rocky terrain.