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Features a mud guard to will protect against mud and other trail debris. -oceanlake

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great shoes if you have narrow feet. for those with wide feet, check out Altra Lone Peak. switched over and haven't worn my Cascadias since

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great shoes if you have narrow feet. for those with wide feet, check out Altra Lone Peak. switched over and haven't worn my Cascadias since
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I have the older cascadia 13 and have to say this- they are great shoes for all kinds of trails. Here is a link to a site with tons of details: https://runrepeat.com/brooks-cascadia-14
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I also have the Cascadia 13 and have zero complaints about them. They are comfortable and durable. I've put them through eight terrain 5Ks and they have loved every minute of all of it. In for a pair. Thanks OP!
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Not a GTX shoe.
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I am not going to be running with these, but how would these be for regular hiking? I am planning a week long hiking trip to the Michigan UP in July with some friends and I want a high quality pair of hiking shoes. Looking at REI and Moosejaw etc I am seeing $150 and up for most shoes and want to avoid paying that much.
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I am not going to be running with these, but how would these be for regular hiking? I am planning a week long hiking trip to the Michigan UP in July with some friends and I want a high quality pair of hiking shoes. Looking at REI and Moosejaw etc I am seeing $150 and up for most shoes and want to avoid paying that much.
I wore my Cascadia 11's to hike the Himalayas in Nepal and many, many other long hikes. They really hold up and I can't say enough good things about them. And just yesterday I bought a pair of Cascadia 13's. I think these would be great for your hike and you really can't beat the price point.
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Agreed, these things hold up well. Bought some 3 years ago for a trip to Acadia NP and have since used them in many other state parks for hikes. Would be nice if this was the GTX version but otherwise I can't recommend these enough.
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How are these for running on concrete/roads/sidewalks?
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Agreed, these things hold up well. Bought some 3 years ago for a trip to Acadia NP and have since used them in many other state parks for hikes. Would be nice if this was the GTX version but otherwise I can't recommend these enough.
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Can anyone comment on how these size? I'm normally a 8.5; for running, a 9 in Brooks Glycerin/Levitate and a 9.5 in Saucony.

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I am not going to be running with these, but how would these be for regular hiking? I am planning a week long hiking trip to the Michigan UP in July with some friends and I want a high quality pair of hiking shoes. Looking at REI and Moosejaw etc I am seeing $150 and up for most shoes and want to avoid paying that much.
below is a link to the 2019 AT Thru Hiker Survey for Top Footwear. Cascadias continue to make it in the Top 5. So, yes, they are tried and tested for hiking. Altra Lone Peak have been #1 in the past couple years due to their wide toe box and zero drop sole. Definitely check out discount outdoor sites like Sierra, Moosejaw, Campsaver, etc for lower than msrp prices for trailrunners. I got my Cascadias for $60 on clearance at REI from a slickdeals post a few years back.

https://thetrek.co/appalachian-tr...er-survey/
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below is a link to the 2019 AT Thru Hiker Survey for Top Footwear. Cascadias continue to make it in the Top 5. So, yes, they are tried and tested for hiking. Altra Lone Peak have been #1 in the past couple years due to their wide toe box and zero drop sole. Definitely check out discount outdoor sites like Sierra, Moosejaw, Campsaver, etc for lower than msrp prices for trailrunners. I got my Cascadias for $60 on clearance at REI from a slickdeals post a few years back.

https://thetrek.co/appalachian-tr...er-survey/
Score. Bought the size 10 mens for 75 with free shipping. CB through another site and 5% back from the Ducks Unlimited credit card.
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Score. Bought the size 10 mens for 75 with free shipping. CB through another site and 5% back from the Ducks Unlimited credit card.
nice! happy trails!
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great shoes if you have narrow feet. for those with wide feet, check out Altra Lone Peak. switched over and haven't worn my Cascadias since
Want to try the Altras but many reviews indicate too narrow.
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