Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's

Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's
Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's
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Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Men's by Columbia
While your undying passion for bagging peaks knows no bounds, the same can't be said about the pair of hiking boots you've owned for the past five years. So, to match your ambition, make a plan to upgrade to the Columbia Men's Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot. This waterproof ankle boot encourages you to break it out when the forecast calls for rain, or the trail requires many stream crossings, or the ground ahead looks to be more mud than dirt. Its cushioned midsole keeps you supported on short days and longer treks alike, while the Omni-Grip rubber outsole ensures you step confidently onto the summit with surefooted balance as you take in the well-deserved views.

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