Bally Shoes have been around for 160 years, so I think it’s safe to say that they know what they’re doing. They were the makers of the first moon boot, and Sir Edmond Hillary climbed Mt. Everest in Bally hiking shoes. Not too shabby eh? The new Grosgrain Hiking Boot, which retails for $495, proudly boasts Swiss luxury with the Grosgrain logo side detail and leather design. The shoe has a classic hiking rounded toe, padded collar with attached pull tab, and a four-eyelet vamp with double hook top closure. The durable Vibram rubber sole gives even the most adventurous hiker reliable traction. Surely, if the Bally boot was good enough for Sir Edmond and most likely Neil Armstrong, it’s gotta be good enough for you. Some people prefer getting ar 15 accessories before going on a hike for safety.
Check out a video history of Bally Shoes after the jump.