10 Best Waterproof Women's Hiking Shoes

Updated on: October 2021

Best Waterproof Women's Hiking Shoes in 2021


Columbia Women's Newton Ridge Plus Hiking Boot, Quarry/Cool Wave, 7 Regular US

Columbia Women's Newton Ridge Plus Hiking Boot, Quarry/Cool Wave, 7 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

KEEN Women's Terradora Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Stormy Weather/Wrought Iron, 8.5 M US

KEEN Women's Terradora Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Stormy Weather/Wrought Iron, 8.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Breathable mesh lining
  • Removable eva footbed
  • Non-marking rubber outsole

Columbia Women's Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe, Waterproof & Breathable, Graphite, Fairytale, 7 Regular US

Columbia Women's Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe, Waterproof & Breathable, Graphite, Fairytale, 7 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • OMNI-GRIP: This multi-terrain traction system matches specially formulated compounds and treads to specific environments.
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Treacherous days out on the trail are comfortable and worry-free with this shoe's mesh construction and its durable mesh tongue for breathability.
  • ADJUSTABLE FEATURES: This hiking shoe features a lace-up closure for an adjustable, secure fit.
  • VERSATILE STYLE: This hiking shoe delivers style and durability with its soft mesh and leather exterior.
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Columbia Women's Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe features our waterproof and breathable construction and our lightweight, durable midsole for long lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return.

Merrell Women's Siren Edge Q2 Sneaker, Black, 8 M US

Merrell Women's Siren Edge Q2 Sneaker, Black, 8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • M Select GRIP outsole tunes each outsole with durable traction that grips when and where you need it
  • Q FORM 2 insole and midsole technology is gender-engineered for women to provide natural alignment and superior comfort
  • Kinetic Fit TRI insole is contoured like your foot and features triple zone arch support to provide light support
  • M Select FRESH antimicrobial agents reduces shoe odor

Merrell Women's Moab 2 Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Granite, 8 M US

Merrell Women's Moab 2 Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Granite, 8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • M Select DRY seals out water and lets moisture escape so you stay dry when you're on the move
  • Performance suede leather and mesh upper
  • Bellows, closed-cell foam tongue keeps moisture and debris out.5mm lug depth.
  • Merrell M Select FIT.ECO+ blended EVA contoured footbed with added zonal arch and heel support
  • Vibram TC5+ sole

Columbia Women's Redmond Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Charcoal, Razzle, 8 B US

Columbia Women's Redmond Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Charcoal, Razzle, 8 B US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • DURABLE HIKING SHOE: The Columbia Women’s Redmond Waterproof Low Hiking Shoe is an excellent waterproof low top that is fashionable and functional. It’s sure-footed and incredibly comfortable.
  • FASHIONABLE HIKING SHOE FOR LADIES: This imported low-top hiking shoe is perfect for trips to the mountains while being stylish enough for daily use in off-terrain environments.
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: The upper layer is a combination of suede leather, mesh, and webbing. The midsole is lightweight Techlite material, while the non-marking traction rubber outsole provides superior traction.
  • CUSHIONED WITH MAXIMUM ABSORPTION: Columbia Techlite material is added to this waterproof hiking shoe to provide superior cushioning for impact absorption and maximum comfort while navigating aggressive terrain.
  • OMNI-GRIP: This multi-terrain traction system matches specially formulated compounds and treads to specific environments. A dual-zone winter tread pattern ensures solid footing on surfaces such as ice and snow, providing grip for every environment.

Columbia Women's Crestwood Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Graphite, Wild iris, 8 Regular US

Columbia Women's Crestwood Waterproof Hiking Shoe, Graphite, Wild iris, 8 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber
  • Combination upper featuring leather, mesh and webbing
  • Omni-Tech waterproof bootie construction.

adidas outdoor Women's Terrex EASTRAIL Hiking Boot, Grey Four/Black/Clear Mint, 8 M US

adidas outdoor Women's Terrex EASTRAIL Hiking Boot, Grey Four/Black/Clear Mint, 8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Hiking shoes with cushioning and traction for rugged terrain
  • Regular fit
  • Lace closure
  • Textile upper with synthetic overlays
  • Textile lining; Rubber outsole

Merrell Women's Moab 2 Vent Hiking Shoe, Smoke, 7.5 M US

Merrell Women's Moab 2 Vent Hiking Shoe, Smoke, 7.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Breathable mesh lining
  • Performance suede leather and mesh upper
  • Bellows, closed-cell foam tongue keeps moisture and debris out
  • Merrell M Select FIT.ECO+ blended EVA contoured footbed with added zonal arch and heel support
  • Vibram TC5+ sole

The North Face Women's Hedgehog Fastpack Gore-Tex - Dark Gull Grey & Fortuna Blue - 8.5

The North Face Women's Hedgehog Fastpack Gore-Tex - Dark Gull Grey & Fortuna Blue - 8.5
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Classic lace-up closure. Rustproof hardware. Protective toe cap. TPU-CRADLE™ heel-stabilizing technology. Heel pull loop. Padded tongue and collar. Breathable fabric lining offers a great in-shoe feel. Molded foam insole. Dual-density, compression-molded EVA midsole with CRADLE™ GUIDE technology. TPU shank. Vibram® rubber outsole. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 12 oz Product measurements were taken using size 7.5, width B - Medium. Please note that measurem
  • Move swiftly over the trail in rain or shine, when you trek with The North Face® Hedgehog Fastpack GTX® hiking shoe underfoot.
  • GORE-TEX® membrane delivers breathable, waterproof protection from outside elements.
  • PU-coated leather and abrasion-resistant, breathable mesh upper materials.
  • Protective, welded TPU quarter overlays.

Behind the Veil of Darkness

A child wanders aimlessly onto a secluded hiking path right into the clutches of a serial killer.

The semi-leafless, agile trees reach toward the shadow-drenched hiking path, and it grows darker, more ominous as the last rays of the sun slip behind the veil of darkness.

A child running haply along bouncing his basketball sees a stooped figure ahead on the path, runs forward and taps the person on the shoulder. The figure slowly turns around and the child, eager to impress this hooded stranger, passes the basketball through his legs, around his waist, weaves, and bobs back and forth with the bouncing ball.

The man reaches out, grabs the bouncing ball, and twirls it on the tip of his finger. He flounces around, and around, the ball spinning endlessly on his finger, as if an invisible hand held it in place.

The naïve child claps and laughs, his eyes riveted on the spinning ball.

Leaves crunch under the man's feet as he moves startling the child, and while he looks, squint-eyed, at something behind the man on the path, the man circles him, turns suddenly, and shoves the ball hard into his chest.

The child falls backward onto the ground and his breath catches in his throat when he sees the body. He tries to get up and run, but can't.

The man pulls out a long shiny knife with a bloody serrated blade and holds it up to the moonlight, slowly turning it back and forth while the light striations dance across the child's face.

The basketball lands in the blood that has pooled on the sidewalk, and then rolls casually into the grass.

The whimpering child scoots backwards; his hands slick with the blood from the corpse. The man lunges at him grabs him by his hair and drags him down the path toward some bushes. The child screams, kicks wildly, gouges at the man's hand, sinking his fingernails in deep, eventually drawing blood.

The man screeches and clutches his injured hand and as the blood trickles down encircling his fingers, the knife falls, and the child wiggles free.

Hysterical, the child starts to run, trips over the dead body, and falls in the grass. The man grabs him by the back of his shirt, picks up the knife with his injured hand, and puts it to his throat. The child's body goes limp. The man slowly lowers the knife, lifts the child up by his shirt, and again moves toward the bushes, but this time the child is clutching a pointy-edged rock, and he twists around, swings his arm, and shoves the point of the rock hard, into the man's eye. The man lets out a shrill cry, drops the child and the knife, rips off his hood, grabs his eye, and doubles over howling in agony.

The child is hyperventilating, his screams guttural. His legs are rubbery but he still musters up the strength to bolt, half crawling half running. The man holds his eye with one hand, lurches forward, and catches the child by his foot with his free hand. He falls on the grass next to the bloody basketball, grabs the ball, and hurls it at the man catching him on the side of the head. He staggers backward, and the screaming child runs blindly down the path into the arms of a Police Officer.

Two gunshots ring out in the darkness. The shrouded figure falls, and his face makes a loud thud when it smacks the cement.

The Officer holds the clinging child and a flashlight with one arm, his revolver in his free hand.

The child buries his face in the Officer's neck, sobbing uncontrollably while the Officer warily surveys the surrounding area with his flashlight, and then walks over to the body lying in the pool of blood.

The flashlight falls from his hand and his knees start to buckle. He steadies himself and tightens his grip on the child as the moon casts silvery shadows on the body of a blond curly-haired girl, approximately five, the Dora the Explorer decal on the front of her pink sweatshirt saturated with blood, and the bloody basketball has come to rest next to her pink and white Dora the Explorer tennis shoe.

The Officer draws the child closer, places his hand on the back of his neck to console him. He holsters his gun and his hand trembles as he takes out his radio and calls for backup.

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