Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Hiking Shoe - Women's

Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Hiking Shoe - Women's
Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Mountain Masochist IV Hiking Shoe - Women's by Columbia
Whether you're out on a day hike with friends or are starting your morning off on a burly trial run with your pup, the Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Hiking Shoe will keep your feet supported and comfortable as you log miles. Its abrasion-resistant mesh uppers keep your feet breathing as you climb steep hills while the 3D printed overlays enhance the fit and support. Columbia's FluidFoam midsole provides plush cushioning while FluidGuide technology enhances mid-foot stability for a smooth ride on the trail. As you run or hike over tree roots and across slick scree fields, the full length Gryptonite soles with TrailShield deliver underfoot traction and protection. Get your day going by tightening up the speed laces and heading out the door.

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