Hanwag’s expertise in bootmaking goes all the way back to 1919 when Hans Wagner learned how to double stitch boots in Munich, Germany. Two years later he opened a shoemaking workshop in the Bavarian town of Vierkirchen, where Hanwag continues to make some of the finest and most durable hiking boots available. Even now that machines have come to aid the gnarled hands in producing each pair of Hanwag boots, the quality remains.
That quality comes at a price — a price that can climb as high as $500 — but right now there’s a fair selection of discounted Hanwags available for 50 percent off at Mountain Steals. Stand-outs in the offering are the Lhasa, a yak leather trekking boot with a Vibram sole, and the Patoja, which Hanwag built with nubuck for year-round wear.
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