Mammut Comfort Guide High GTX Surround Hiking Boot - Men's

Mammut Comfort Guide High GTX Surround Hiking Boot - Men's
Mammut Comfort Guide High GTX Surround Hiking Boot - Men's
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Comfort Guide High GTX Surround Hiking Boot - Men's by Mammut
It's nice having the Mammut Men's Comfort Guide High GTX Surround Hiking Boot when there are miles of rocky trails and rain showers between you and your backpacking destination. Gore-Tex's Surround membrane enhances this boot's waterproof, breathable protection so your foot stays comfy whether you're trekking through a cold, damp forest or a hot, dry desert. Standard waterproof shoes only wrap the upper with waterproof, breathable membranes, but Surround wraps around the underfoot as well. In order to ensure sufficient breathability, Gore-Tex adds mesh through the stable, supportive midsole and Gripex Tri Traction+ rubber sole. Water may seep in through the midsole, but it won't get past Gore-Tex Surround.

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