Hike to picture-worthy heights in the Ahnu Women's Sugar Peak Insulated WP Boots for waterproof protection, breathable comfort, and warm insulation. The fashionably adorable upper features waterproof leather and hydrophobic mesh over an equally water-repelling membrane. Sweat and excess heat is released through the microscopic pores to escape the outer fabric, while water and snow is forced to stay outside of the shoe's waterproof layers.Ahnu designed the Sugar Peaks with a removable dual-density EVA footbed and polyurethane heel pod to help maintain neutral positioning and stability in every step. A full-length nylon shank offers much needed arch support when your posing skills are put to the test with every corner of the trail boasting a picturesque background. Plus, the durable Vibram rubber soles feature multi-directional lugs to help keep staple footing when your search for the perfect selfie takes you up slippery paths and down muddy rocks.
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