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Berghaus Men's Boots

Founded in 1966 by mountaineers and climbers Peter Lockey and Gordon Davison, Berghaus utilise the latest technologies to enhance both comfort and performance across their range of outdoor clothing and footwear.

Berghaus men's boots come in leather as well as synthetic materials and are mostly available as lace ups.

Berghaus AQ2 Technology

Men's Berghaus boots feature trademarked AQ2 fabric which is lightweight, breathable and waterproof, protecting you from the harshest of weather conditions. AQ2 fabric also encourages moisture vapour to escape the footwear with ease, which in turns increases comfort.

Berghaus Opti-Stud

Berghaus men's boots feature the latest Opti-Stud technology which has been engineered to match your movements and pressure contact with the ground. This allows the boot to offer the best possible grip when walking through rough terrain.


Whether you are hiking up a mountain or wearing Berghaus boots day to day, weight is very important. Most Berghaus men's boots weigh between 1-1.5kg, meaning they provide ultimate comfort and durability but will not weigh you down.

Berghaus Expeditor Boots

Designed to be a daily use all-round style, Berghaus Expeditor boots boast an Opti-Stud outsole pattern, ensuring you are safe in a variety of terrains by providing essential underfoot security. These boots weigh approximately 1050g.

Berghaus Explorer Ridge Plus GTX Boots

Weighing in at approximately 1140g, Berghaus men's hiking boots provide exceptional comfort and great shock absorption with their EVA midsole. Your feet will remain stable, secure and protected with a combination of their midsole, TPU Plantar Plate and anti-clogging Alpha compound rubber.

Berghaus Supalite II

Berghaus Supalite II boots are the perfect option for all-day comfort. These Berghaus men's walking boots have been designed to be lightweight and whether you're walking along the coast or up the hills and valleys, these make for the perfect pair of boots.

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