361 Degrees Camino WP review: a hiking shoe that doesn’t mind running the trails

Not quite a fully-fledged hiking boot and not really part of the lightweight, trail-running contingent, Camino WP adopts a place somewhere between the two. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Based on the company’s Yushan 2 trail running platform, the Camino WP go one step further will a fully waterproof upper (hence the WP bit. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
The shoes feel sturdy straight out of the box, with the waterproof membrane appearing more like a second skin that covers the majority of the toe and flanks. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
It’s easy to achieve a really locked-down fit with the clever use of grippy laces and a flat, "gusted" tongue. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
There’s serious reinforcement at the heel, which immediately locks the foot into place when slipping them on. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
At 396g, these are also not the lightest shoes for running in and they generally feel too bulky to attempt to smash personal bests. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
The Camino WP takes parts of trail running shoes and blends them with a comfortable all-day hiking boot. Unfortunately, they don't rule at either. (image credit: The Gear Loop)