Inov 8 RocLite 320 GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Inov 8 RocLite 320 GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
Inov 8 RocLite 320 GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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RocLite 320 GTX Hiking Boot - Men's by Inov 8
Fastpacking just got even faster with the help of the Inov 8 Men's RocLite 320 GTX Hiking Boot. Whether you're hiking or trail running, the lightweight, responsive performance of this boot keeps you moving over varied terrain at a quick clip and with waterproof, breathable protection. The Gore-Tex technology strikes an ideal balance of natural movement and flexibility with climate comfort and defense against rain, sleet, and snow, while the X-Protec upper adds durability and protects against debris on the trail. This upper also utilizes a hybrid tongue to further prevent any debris from getting your shoe and ruining your day. A Powerflow midsole brings your step impressive energy return and shock-absorption, which is bolstered by the Meta-Plate shank, while an AdapterWeb met-cradle is built around the natural anatomy of your foot and works with the movement and swelling of your foot in motion. Rounding things out, the next-gen RocLite outsole uses three sticky rubber compounds to increase grip and durability on chewed-up trails.

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SKU: INV003G
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