Forsake Hiker Boot - Men's

Forsake Hiker Boot - Men's
Forsake Hiker Boot - Men's
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Hiker Boot - Men's by Forsake
Used to be if you were looking for skate-inspired style and trail-ready performance in one package, you'd have to surgically create your own frankenshoes. Not any more--the good dudes at Forsake have done the dirty work for you with the Hiker Boot, a shoe that's equally at home hangin' at the bar, cruising slushy city streets, or stomping through full-on outdoor missions. The Hiker sports a full-grain leather, suede, and ballistic upper with tons of detail stitching and subtle touches, and it's outfitted with a waterproof and breathable membrane to keep your dogs dry in all sorts of conditions. A dual-density EVA midsole and composite shank work hard to keep your feet feeling as good as they look, and a gusseted tongue ensures all-day ankle comfort when you're on the trail so you can focus on more important things, like whether your hiking companion would be interested in a dinner date.

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SKU: FRK000K
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