Under Armour Burnt River 2.0 Low Shoe - Men's

Under Armour Burnt River 2.0 Low Shoe - Men's
Under Armour Burnt River 2.0 Low Shoe - Men's
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Burnt River 2.0 Low Shoe - Men's by Under Armour
As you cruise by alpine meadows, snowmelt streams, and rugged rock fields, it suddenly occurs to you that your thoughts have been preoccupied by your surroundings, and not how badly your feet hurt. That's because the lightweight and breathable Under Armour Men's Burnt River 2. 0 Low Shoe was designed to help you enjoy your hikes without all the usual distractions. Its ripstop mesh upper is tough enough for rugged mountain strolls, but is highly breathable for cool, dry comfort throughout your trek. Lightweight EVA cushioning takes the sting out of your step while providing rebound for an efficient stride. High-traction rubber keeps your foot planted to the trail, and the adjustable speed lacing system makes it easy to kick off your shoe when you want to dip your toes in a refreshingly cold alpine lake halfway through your hike.

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