Salomon X Ultra Trek GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Salomon X Ultra Trek GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
Salomon X Ultra Trek GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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X Ultra Trek GTX Hiking Boot - Men's by Salomon
Providing rock-solid stability and unrelenting grip, the Salomon Men's X Ultra Trek GTX Hiking Boot devours large swaths of rugged terrain without slowing you down with excess bulk. It's impressively lightweight, meaning you'll enjoy the benefits of a supportive hiking boot that's both skillful and swift. The nubuck leather upper stands up to the demands of trail abuse without wearing out prematurely. Rubber overlays reinforce the toe from brutal stubs and accidental snags on rocks and thick vegetation. For dependable waterproofing, the Gore-Tex Extended Comfort membrane seals out rain showers, shallow stream crossings, and mucky trail surfaces. Plus, it's highly breathable, ensuring your feet stay dry from the inside-out when you're sweating. Also, there's a gusseted tongue that prevents small pebbles and gritty debris from sneaking inside. And to maintain steady grip underfoot, the Contagrip rubber sole features aggressive lugs for unrelenting grip.

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SKU: SAL00S4
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