The Thor II GTX was designed exclusively for the North American Market and was tested in the rugged mountains of the West. This boot has a minimalistic feel but is capable of conquering any mountain. The Thor II GTX is the perfect option for those looking for an early season, ultra lightweight boot with a stiffer flex, worthy of climbing any grade of terrain. The exclusive Crispi sole is designed to handle any type of grade thrown at it. The new Thor ll utilizes an upper material called PUtek which is a cordura material woven with threads of Polyurathane. This allows the boots to remain lightweight and breathable while drastically increasing its durability.
The Thor II GTX is a non-insulated, super-breathable boot but is still waterproof thanks to the Gore-Tex® lining.
Gore-Tex® waterproof lining
Vibram Logo Vibram® sole with EVA midsole
Flex Rating 4 Flex Rating
Board Lasting Mechanical Construction Logo Board Lasting Mechanical Construction
Wrapped Framework Logo Wrapped Framework
Upper: Water-repellent Suede and high resistant breathable PUtek Spider fabric
Footbed: Removeable CRISPI Air Mesh insole
Protection: Polyurethane coated leather rand, triple-stitched with Kevlar
Decent boot to start and comfortable but fell apart over about 18 months just outside the warranty of course, soles warn beyond belief, lining around toe tore off. Get tired of the lace system. Just expected them to last longer for over $300. I only wore them on the weekends on a hobby farm and related work.
Absolutely love these boots. I thought they might be too stiff but honestly they feel amazing. Incredibly comfortable right out of the box. I wish I could afford another pair for everyday wear. They are a stiffer sole but flex in all the right places when needed. Breathe very well. My brother wore his in Colorado with a gaiter and a heavy sock in November with 18 inches of snow and didn’t complain. Obviously not made for that but that’s just how far you can really push them if you want. Great boot from super hot days to 30 degrees in my opinion. Highly recommend
I bought the Thor II this fall for archery elk hunting and hiking and back packing. Previously I wore a pair of Lowa camino boots that were a good pair of boots. I have found the Crispi boots to be very comparable and actually better in that they weigh less. I put lots of miles on the Crispi boots and they performed great! Absolutely no break in time was needed. I was lucky to be able to pack out an elk and they performed well under a heavy pack. I have a very narrow foot and they worked very well for my type of foot. Highly recommended!
Absolutely amazing comfort and no break in time. Swapping from bulky taller hunting boots was the best decision for hunting the mountains in West Virginia. We haven’t hit the coldest part of the year yet but with modestly warm socks I’ve managed 4-5 hours in the low 30s without freezing my toes off.