Late and off-subject.....
A little off the subject - - - I'm 6'3" tall, long legged, size 12 boot and drive an '04 Land Rover Discovery. As anyone who is tall and driven a Discovery knows; there is a severe lack of knee, leg and toe room for tall people in a Disco. I've modified the seat rails to gain a bit of length but still tight for foot width and knee room under the steering wheel.
To comfortably drive and not constantly find myself hitting the brake and throttle pedals at the same time; I usually have to wear regular shoes while driving and then change to boots for any serious hiking. The only boots I know of with a narrow enough toe width are cowboy boots - But those are really not any good for hiking.
I do my off-roading (and hiking) in northern Nevada, so mud and wet are never a problem. Most hiking is in rocks, talus, sand and sagebrush. Winter temperatures -10 to +20, summer temperatures +20 to +100.......ANY SUGGESTIONS?
Rocky - Trans-Nevada-Trek Trail Boss - '04 Land Rover Discovery S