Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's

Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's
Columbia Mountain Masochist IV Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Mountain Masochist IV Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's by Columbia
Columbia's Mountain Masochist IV Outdry Hiking Shoe has everything needed by those who like to punish themselves with speedy hikes and grueling slopes. An OutDry waterproof membrane shuts out muddy waters from rain and puddles, ensuring that at least one part of your body can stay dry when you're trekking through the downpour. The cushioned midsole balances flex and stability to give you a smooth and natural ride on the trail, while the grippy rubber outsole delivers tough traction on any surfaces. You'll also have an underfoot rock plate to keep your feet protected from sharp rocks and roots. The quick and easy-to-use lacing system won't waste time when you're pushing for the summit, and helps make this shoe a dynamic option for fast-packing, trail running, and everyday hikers.

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