Boot Review: Crispi All-Over Running

While these shoes aren't for running they are great on the trail or on the town.

Out-of-the-box and straight onto the feet for a 50-mile trek in Yosemite, these all-leather hikers impressed our tester with instant comfort, rigid underfoot support, tacky tread, and innovative no-slip tongue (it's partially sewn in place). After the hike, the funky two-color uppers looked right at home on the streets of San Francisco. Just don't be fooled by the name: There's very little cushion, so they're not for running. Best for narrow, low-volume feet, with a unique last that's harder to fit than most.

Price: $99