These are my third hiking boots and they are astounding. Super comfortable, with great foot grip. Gore-tex does the thing, so they stay dry even after full day of hiking in rain or snow.
As a hiking boot, which is what they are described as, they are comfortable and reasonably robust. They are not however, a replacement for the old style Trango which was a mountaineering boot. They are not rigid enough for mountain walking. In conclusion, if you want a general purpose hicking boot, these will be fine, if you want a boot for mountain walking/scrambling, buy something a bit stiffer.
First time out in these boots was an ascent of Snowdon in early May. Warm at base but near freezing at top. Feet stayed comfortable throughout and boots were grippy and stable on all surfaces. No blisters or breaking in period. Boots were just as comfortable hiking round the Cotswolds.
I used them on Yorkshire dale and was pretty satisfied with them. They were dry even inside the river, though not crampon compatible but can work with snow spikes.
Brilliant boots. The best fit I've ever had (but I have narrow feet). They are also reasonably waterproof for fabric boots. The lacing system isn't as good as on the Trango Cube (but the Trango Trk are more flexible and more suitable for walking rather than mountaineering).