Ahnu Sugarpine Air Mesh Hiking Shoe - Women's

Ahnu Sugarpine Air Mesh Hiking Shoe - Women's
Ahnu Sugarpine Air Mesh Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Sugarpine Air Mesh Hiking Shoe - Women's by Ahnu
When the heat in the city is too much to handle, grab your Ahnu Women's Sugarpine Air Mesh Hiking Shoe and enjoy cooler climes at elevation. Breathable and moisture-wicking mesh inside and out on the Sugarpine keep your foot from feeling like sweaty piece of overheated meat. The EVA midsole offers cushioning while an integrated nylon shank gives your arch a bit of assistance. Nementum Low Profile technology guides your foot forward, whether you're laden with a 30-pound pack or walking without weight. A plate underneath your forefoot fends off bruisers of broken rock when walking through a scree field. Rugged Vibram rubber on the bottom gives your sole some grip when the going gets rough. Since the path less traveled can be a bit murky, self-cleaning lugs leave you more time to enjoy a cold one at the end of your hike.

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SKU: AHN000D
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