June 27, 2016
June 15, 2016
I've been hiking and backpacking across the state of Arizona for the past 30+ years and have personally visited many of my native state's most beautiful locations.
For the past 5+ years, my Lowa Trekkers have been the means of getting me there.
In June 2016, I had the opportunity of leading a group of 35 youth and adults from my church congregation (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) to visit the breath-taking spectacular that is Havasu Canyon in Supai, AZ.
The canyon is inhabited by the Havasupai tribe (people of the blue-green waters) and features a set of 4 majestic waterfalls that people come from all over the world to visit.
Here I am in my Lowa Trekkers looking down on Havasu Falls before making the final descent for a refreshing swim in the gorgeous pools found in this desert oasis.
I hiked approximately 35 miles during the three days I was in the canyon and my Trekkers kept my feet cool, dry and blister-free the entire time. Thank you Lowa for making the world's greatest boots!
I'm a Lowa Trekker for life!
- Rand H.
Posted by World Wide Walkers at 1:04 PM
June 10, 2016
I've been a real estate home inspector in the Austin, TX area for over 12 years.
One of the ingredients to my success is having Lowa boots as part of my equipment. The great thing about Lowa is that they never really wear out.
I've kept my Lowa's for years. The boots in the pics are for the past 5 years.
I have older ones but they couldn't fit in the pic. Thanks for making a great pair of boots.
- Randy B.
Posted by World Wide Walkers at 1:01 PM
June 3, 2016
I recently returned from a multi-day hiking trip to the Wenatchee National Forest.
SO AMAZING and my boots were fantastic!
In the last several months, I have been busy training for an upcoming adventure race in CA and I want to thank LOWA for helping to enable my athletic endeavors with the quality, comfort & style of such a great boot.
It's not always easy for me to find shoes that work with my leg device and I am so thankful to LOWA for helping to keep me on my feet - supported and happy!
- Beth S.
Posted by World Wide Walkers at 12:57 PM