Millet High Route GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Millet High Route GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
Millet High Route GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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High Route GTX Hiking Boot - Men's by Millet
Most hikers, backpackers, and all-around adventurers opt for the paths less traveled these days, but you generally take whatever route gets you higher, which is why you trek in the Millet Men's High Route GTX Hiking Boot. This boot boasts the support and protection required to reach snowy summits from dirty trailheads. Its Gore-Tex lining assures waterproof, breathable protection while the sturdy, velvety leather upper ensures proper support and long-lasting durability. Unlike most big boots, the High Route's cushy midsole is surprisingly flexible to provide a natural performance on the trial. A boot this nice deserves the best traction, so Millet hooked it up with a Vibram rubber sole for reliable grip on dirt, rock, snow, and even mossy stones.

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SKU: MIL00DN
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