Under Armour Horizon STR 1.5 Hiking Shoe - Women's

Under Armour Horizon STR 1.5 Hiking Shoe - Women's
Under Armour Horizon STR 1.5 Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Horizon STR 1.5 Hiking Shoe - Women's by Under Armour
Whether you're looking for rare orchids in the Florida Everglades or wildlife viewing in the Rocky Mountains, the Under Armour Women's Horizon STR 1. 5 Hiking Shoe provides dexterity and aggressive grip to conquer formidable terrain and walk long distances along the trail. This low-cut hiking shoe features a breathable upper with welded synthetic overlays for structural support. It uses a plush collar for pressure-free comfort, alongside a mesh heel that alleviates irritation from stopping your hike prematurely. Furthermore, there's a high-traction rubber sole for plentiful traction underfoot paired with an EVA midsole that soaks up uneven terrain from fatiguing your every step.

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