Arpenaz 500 mens Hiking leather shoes khaki/orange

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Key feature
Comfortable and lightweight - ideal for long walks on easy terrains!You will appreciate the amplitude of the downward laces on the forefoot.
Users reviews
4.8 / 5 4 ratings

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Users reviews

4.8 / 5 4 ratings
4 users recommended this product
  • Man
    +60 years old
    08 January 2017
    Use since More than 1 year
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Aug 2015 now looking to replace
    Comfort and Long Lasting non

    I purchased these in Aug 2015 and use for most days that I'm working. I'm a big guy and find most trainers last me around a month or so, not these as I'm still using today, the tred pattern is almost worn through so just about to purchase a second pair, if a beer company made them then they would be classed as probably the best hiking shoes on the planet - for me they are......

  • Man
    50-59 years old
    26 May 2016
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Great for Cycling!
    Lightweight, comfortable and supportive Tongue has a tendency to curl at edges!

    I use these primarily as cycling shoes. Despite the obvious lack of a cleat these shoes provide excellent grip and stability on the pedals and are incredibly light and comfortable. Off the bike they are comfortable enough to wear all day, what more can you ask of a shoe?

  • Man
    15 May 2016
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    purchase confirmed
    Nice colour
    Comfortable That I did not buy 2 pairs :-) UK

    I think that the show is a bit longer and more narrow than nost, so if unsure which size to select GI for then bigger of your options ( I did and got a good fit, that said my feet are a bit on the wide side)

User benefits

Crosscontact design sole and special component for good grip
Full cushioning for the full length of the foot for maximum comfort.
Lacing system with 7 eyelets for ample adjustment.
347 g per shoe in size 8.
Abrasion resistance
Split leather upper.
Environmental impact
30% recycled rubber sole. 100% recycled inside lining.

Technical card

Shoe size
5.5 to 11
347 g per shoe in size 8.
Outer sole of : 70.0% Rubber - Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), 30.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) Upper of : 80.0% Leather - Cow, 20.0% Polyester (PES) Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES) - Recycled
All our shoes undergo use and comfort tests carried out by users who represent the target market in conditions identical to those found in typical use. In our field tests the product manager works with people outside QUECHUA to test, improve, and approve our products.
Designed to
day-long lowland hiking in dry weather conditions, on easy paths. For regular use.
2 years


Care instructions
Do not machine wash.Wash in soapy water with a brush. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry near a source of heat.
Storage Tips
Store in a dark, dry and well-ventilated place.
Restricted use
Not suitable for approach walking or trekking.


What size should I choose?
For hiking, take the size above your usual shoe size to ensure optimum comfort when travelling downhill and to prevent your toes from hitting the end of the shoes. Tip: keep your toenails short and check that your laces stop your foot from sliding to the front of the shoes before you start downhill.
Crosscontact sole
Lengthy research into the design of the sole in our laboratories, combined with a special rubber formulation which optimises the balance between traction and adhesion. The design of the Arpenaz 500 sole gives adhesion rather than traction. Traction: does not slide on loose earth (slippery or dry). Grip: prevents you from slipping on hard ground (wet or dry).
Buying guide.
Try on both shoes, standing up, with the socks worn for hiking. Try on several models or sizes if necessary. Check two comfort points: the base of the heel and the front part of the foot going down. Avoid all pressure points when trying them on. Don't hesitate to walk around the store. Gradually start using you shoes during your first few hiking trips to break them in.