Haglofs Mistral GT Hiking Shoe - Women's

Haglofs Mistral GT Hiking Shoe - Women's
Haglofs Mistral GT Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Mistral GT Hiking Shoe - Women's by Haglofs
From technical day hikes in the Tetons to a short stint along the Appalachian Trail, tackle the trails on your tick list with the Haglofs Women's Mistral GT Hiking Shoe. Light and compact, this shoe provides performance comfort and support when you're constantly on the go. It's made from an oiled nubuck for classic style and durability. The Gore-Tex Extended Comfort membrane is more breathable than traditional Gore-Tex membranes, and it delivers reliable waterproof protection when you're tromping through puddles or rain. Cushioning underfoot keeps your feet happy whether you're trekking up craggy alpine trails or wandering along soft forest paths. The Mistral is finished with an abrasion-resistant rubber sole developed in conjunction with Asics for unrelenting grip wherever you go.

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