Asolo Soul GV Hiking Boot - Men's

Asolo Soul GV Hiking Boot - Men's
Asolo Soul GV Hiking Boot - Men's
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Soul GV Hiking Boot - Men's by Asolo
Escape the heat of the city by escaping to higher elevations in the Asolo Men's Soul GV Hiking Boot. It offers a lighter feel and greater breathability than other boots in its class to help you stay comfortable in warmer weather without sacrificing the support and durability you need for conquering demanding stretches of trail. Gore-Tex Extended Comfort offers excellent breathability so your foot isn't sweating before you hit the trailhead and keeps water at bay so you don't get soaked when stomping through streams or hiking through a passing storm. Dual-density EVA in the midsole and a Lite 2 Plus footbed offer cushioning and support when you're trekking over rough terrain and shouldering full packs. And with a Vibram Megagrip outsole with self-cleaning lugs, you can count on sure-footed traction over everything from muddy trails to rocky scree fields.

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SKU: ASO002M
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