Columbia Peakfreak Xcrsn II Xcel Low Hiking Shoe - Men's

Columbia Peakfreak Xcrsn II Xcel Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
Columbia Peakfreak Xcrsn II Xcel Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Peakfreak Xcrsn II Xcel Low Hiking Shoe - Men's by Columbia
Wear the versatile Columbia Men's Peakfreak Xcrsn Xcel Hiking Shoe for your day hike, your weekend backpacking trip, or even a quick trail run in woods out your back door. This highly-capable, multi-trail shoe features a lightweight Techlite midsole for long lasting cushioning and maximized efficiency. Welded synthetic overlays on the Peakfreak's breathable upper provide support, structure, and protection, without adding the bulk of a traditional hiking boot. The Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber outsole gives you plenty of grip on a variety of terrain, including loose gravel, wet rock, and steep dirt. Best of all, the Peakfreak looks good enough that you can grab a beer with your hiking buddies after a day on the trail without fear of looking like a total dingus.

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