Haglofs Ridge II GT Hiking Shoe - Men's

Haglofs Ridge II GT Hiking Shoe - Men's
Haglofs Ridge II GT Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Ridge II GT Hiking Shoe - Men's by Haglofs
Combining the rugged dependability of a hiking boot with the lightweight finesse of a running shoe, the Haglofs Men's Ridge II GT Hiking Shoe conquers nasty weather, rocky trails, and snowy streets without compromise. Developed in conjunction with the running gurus at Asics, the Ridge II GT features Gel cushioning in the heel for superior shock absorption. Another feature borrowed from Asics Running Shoes, the AHAR+ sole blends different rubber densities for sure-footed grip and durability where it's needed most. The waterproof leather upper is combined with a Gore-Tex Extended Comfort membrane for dryness in wet, inclement conditions. As Gore-Tex's most breathable offering, the Extended Comfort membrane allows perspiration to rapidly evaporate when you're hiking and walking around town. The Haglofs Custom Comfort footbed reduces fatiguing vibration on long distance treks. And when the going gets rough, the Stablelite ESS chassis stabilizes every stride over rocky trails and uneven surfaces.

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