Hiking in your trainers is nobody's idea of a good time. After suffering through hot spots, rubs, and more than your fair share of blisters, you've finally decided it's time to get the right tool for the job, which in this case happens to be a pair of hiking shoes. Still, it can be hard to know where to start, which is where we come in. With everything from technical approach shoes to burly, waterproof shoes that offer plenty of foot protection and traction, this page marks the end of your hiking woes. At least as far as footwear goes.