Arc'teryx Bora Mid LTR GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Arc'teryx Bora Mid LTR GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
Arc'teryx Bora Mid LTR GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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Bora Mid LTR GTX Hiking Boot - Men's by Arc'teryx
The Arc'teryx Bora Mid LTR GTX Men's Hiking Boot is a bomber boot made for rocky alpine trails, sloppy lowland hikes, and multi-day backpacking missions. It doesn't feature the removable waterproof bootie of its big brother the Bora2, but the comfortable liner has the same waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane to provide killer comfort in soggy conditions, without turning your feet swampy when the weather warms up.Like its big brother, the Bora also utilizes Arc'teryx's Adaptive Fit design, which foregoes a tongue in favor of a slip-on construction designed to eliminate pressure points and hot spots. The liner has an elastic collar to keep debris and water from slipping into your socks, and the Bora is also built on a solid TPU chassis to provide a solid feel on treacherously uneven terrain. An EVA midsole provides solid underfoot cushioning, and the Vibram Arc'teryx Hiking sole is made to keep you upright on trails that'll have your dog begging for a lift.

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SKU: ARC00I2
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