I've been meaning to post about these for a long time- I bought two pair of them last June (on sale for $20) and have worn them around town, non-trail walking, day hiking and car camping. I've been pretty pleased, especially for what they cost. If there's going to be a lot of pavement, I grab them instead of my usual La Sportiva Wildcats so that I don't waste the sticky rubber on road.
Like a lot of shoes from Target and Walmart, they're quite a bit wider than the kind of shoes after which they're modeled. For me, that's a big win, but it might not be what everyone here needs.
1. Pebbles and sticks get stuck in the groves between the lugs quite a bit. Not a problem on all terrain and it's never meant anything more than stopping to pick it out.
2. They don't seem to be very durable. Only took two months and the upper started separating from the little bit of rubber at the toe. Not a huge deal, but just a heads up. Haven't worn them much during the winter, so I can't say whether or not the whole upper is going to blow out soon.