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The Hanwag Stuiben

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Chrome-free, anti-allergic leather lining with suede uppers.

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Padded cuffs in soft leather.

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Partial ball-bearing lacing with clamping lace hooks.

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Double stitched EVA rubber sole.

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The Hanwag Stuiben

A homage to the classic Bavarian mountain boot, The Stuiben is our lightweight trekking boot with an ageless form that has us longing for a walk among the edelweiss.

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A homage to the classic Bavarian mountain boot, The Stuiben is our lightweight trekking boot with an ageless form that has us longing for a walk among the edelweiss.

Story

Hanwag has been making quality double-stitch boots since 1921 - the Stuiben is their homage to classic Bavarian mountain boots. It's natural that such a capable boot would be developed where a common day's work involves navigating alpine terrain. A double line of stitching is Hanwag's signature mark of craftsmanship, ensuring a bond between leather upper and EVA sole that won't fail out on the path. Reduced seams for fewer pressure and chafing points, variable lacing, and a sturdy wedge sole make for a comfortable boot that is highly protective of foot and ankle. The Stuiben is our lightweight trekking boot with an ageless form that has us longing for a walk among the edelweiss.

Specs
  • Double-stitched, resolable
  • Reduced seams minimizes chafing
  • Padded cuff in soft leather
  • Clamping lace hooks
  • Partial ball-bearing lacing
  • 1.41 lb.
Materials
  • Suede uppers
  • Chrome-free, anti-allergic leather lining
Notes

What to look for when buying new footwear:

  • Trekking and hiking footwear should fit comfortably, without rubbing. Make sure that the heel sits securely in the shoe and that the toes have enough space. Check to see if the heel sits properly in the unlaced shoe. If it’s loose at the sides, the heel in the shoe is too wide.
  • There should be a finger’s width of space between your toes and the tip of the shoe – an import aspect during descents to stop your toes hitting the front of the shoe. Lightweight, multifunctional footwear with textile uppers in particular requires a slightly longer fit to ensure that toes never collide with the tip of the shoe. Even if a shoe feels comfortable when you try it on in the shop, always try the next half size up so that you have a comparison.
  • Particularly rigid alpine boots should not be too narrow at the toes to prevent frostbite from occurring. HANWAG alpine boots feature the triple-adjustment Vari-Volume system to make sure they fit with one or two thick or thin pairs of socks. You then have ideal footwear for all conditions.

Do I have to break in my new shoes?

  • It makes sense to break in a trekking boot or shoe before heading off on a long trek – especially if it has a more rigid design. Wear them wherever you can: under your desk at work, in the garden or when walking the dog.
  • Leather-lined boots are especially easy to break in as the natural material then hugs the shape of the foot. Consequently we don’t recommend lending out your boots or shoes as this will alter their shape and they will never feel the same again.
Origin
  • Made in Germany
In The Field

The Yukon, Canada. Fall, 2016. Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg.