NH500 Men's Hiking Shoes - Blue

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Key feature
Try these hiking boots designed for hiking in the countryside. They are comfortable, lightweight and offer a wide range of tightening options thanks to the lacing that goes down the front of the foot.

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User benefits

CrossContact sole for optimum grip on natural terrain.
Full-length cushioning for maximum comfort.
Lacing system with 7 eyelets for multiple adjustment options.
347 g per shoe in size 8.
Abrasion resistance
Split leather upper.
Environmental impact
30% recycled rubber sole. 100% recycled inside lining.

Technical card

Outer sole of : 70.0% Rubber - Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), Outer sole of : 30.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) Upper of : 80.0% Leather - Cow, Upper of : 20.0% Polyester (PES) Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES) - Recycled
All our shoes are tested for initial comfort and comfort in use by typical users under real-life conditions of use. Moreover, our "Mission Tests" bring together the product manager with people who are not affiliated with Quechua to test, develop and validate the products.
Designed to
half-day lowland hiking, in dry weather, along easy trails. For occasional 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 mountain hikes.


What size should you choose?
For hiking, don't hesitate to try one size above your usual size for maximum comfort in descents and to prevent your toes from touching the front of the boot. Advice: keep your toenails short and, before descending, check that your lacing will prevent your foot from sliding towards the front of the shoe.
CrossContact sole
We designed the sole based on long research at our laboratories, combined with a specific rubber formulation to offer the best compromise between grip and traction. The design of the Arpenaz 500 sole has grip rather than traction. Traction: means not slipping on soft ground (wet or dry). Grip: means not slipping on hard ground (wet or dry).
Buying tips
Try on both shoes, while standing, with the socks worn for hiking. Try on several styles or sizes if necessary. Check the following two comfort points: the base of the heel and the front part of the foot going downhill. There should be no pressure points when you try them on. Feel free to walk around the store. Wear in your boots gradually during the first few hikes so that they conform to your feet.