Columbia Daska Pass III Titanium Outdry Extreme Hiking Boot - Men's

Columbia Daska Pass III Titanium Outdry Extreme Hiking Boot - Men's
Columbia Daska Pass III Titanium Outdry Extreme Hiking Boot - Men's
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Daska Pass III Titanium Outdry Extreme Hiking Boot - Men's by Columbia
Hike anytime, anywhere with tons of confidence when you're rocking the Columbia Men's Daska Pass III Titanium Outdry Extreme Hiking Boot. From exploring the wet and wild of the Pacific Northwest to navigating frozen trails on the East coast, this boot's unique OutDry Extreme membrane deliver waterproof, breathable protection when there's sure to be precipitation in your future. Then, the poured PU midsole and TPU shank provide both lasting comfort and torsional stability to handle winding trails filled with boulders, fallen logs, and creek crossings. Lastly, the Vibram Mont rubber outsole stays firm at low temperatures to ensure maximum grip on slick surface all-year round.

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