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The GR20 range marks the launch of a new generation of three/four season walking boots from Berghaus, with versatility and great features firmly at heart, making them ideal for rugged outdoor use. The GR20 Leather GTX is a 3/4 season trekking boot in Nubuck leather which is ideal for rough terrain and heavy load carrying.
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  Reviewed by Somebody (Somewhere) on 2005-09-29:
General comments: Similar to the Raichle boots, these are everything a three-season should be, but are possibly a bit too stiff for easy paths and shorter/low-level walks. They're veryyy comfortable, with a good amount of padding and a high, supportive ankle cuff. The toes and heels are well reinforced and there's a pretty robust rand that'll keep them looking good after a few scuffs on the rocks. The fit's a little broader than most too.
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  Reviewed by Somebody (Somewhere) on 2005-09-29:
General comments: Named after the famous long distance trekking route the Berghaus GR20 boots are certainly tough enough to protect your feet and ankles on the mountainous Corsican classic. Compared to all previous Berghaus boots we've put to the test the GR20s are very narrow, even for what we'd class as the average British shaped foot so a test fit is a must. Otherwise the construction is sound, the Vibram sole unit and the flex and support are spot on for tough trails and comfort. Just check that fit.
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  Reviewed by Ste (Lancashire) on 2010-02-06:
General comments: I bought these boots as they were the cheapest that I could find new that had a B1 rating. They are a wide fit but these were the only ones cheap, however they fit quite well with a volume adjuster (but I would alwats recommend a proper fitting). I have only used them on a smaller number of walks but would definatly recommend them. The sole is relatively stiff whichI found this useful for scrambling, however I found them comfortable enough for longer walks (although I prefer to use a 2-3 season boot for this). I have been unable to walk in them with crampons attached so cannot roport on this. 1 problem I have had it that my old gaiter are tied with laces under the bottom (doubt anyone uses these anymore) and after a walk the laces seem to have worn where they have been, although this appear to be superficial. The ankle is also relatively low for this type of boot, which some may or may not prefer.

Pros: Price (Mine cost £65 new, although rrp is £130), B1 rated so can fit crampon for winter walking, very little stitching on boot, Gore-tex lining for waterproofing,

Cons: None personally as yet except gaiter problem as mentioned above (but only very minor problem), some pay prefer a high ankle cuff for support (although I find it enough)
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  Reviewed by Woeke (Liverpool) on 2010-02-22:
General comments: Bought this pair 5 years ago (£100 then). So it might be of an older generation. However, this boots is unbelievable versatile from 1 to 4 season. I'll recommend using it as a 3-4 season boot and mainly for trekking expeditions. So these boots had seen the High Atlas, Alps, Picos, Cantabria, Lakes, Highlands, Snowdonia, Cedarbergs, Swartbergs, Drakensbergs, Rockies and itís on its way to the Himalayas for a trek. All of these were summer and winter treks with sun, dust, rocks, snow, ice, rivers, and not once did it got wet or failed on me. Itís got a solid strong and stiff sole and I've bought a pair of Grivel G12 strap-on crampons, which is more for a B2 boot but it work fantastic on these boots for winter walking/trekking.

Pros: Very solid all round boots, Use in all kinds of weather, 3-4 Season. Use up to C2 strap-on crampons. Very good tread.

Cons: none so far...and its been 5 years of hard use now ( >500miles)
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