Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Men's

Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Men's
Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Men's
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Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Men's by Under Armour
Go out and bag a peak today with the reliable stability and intense performance of the Under Armour Men's Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot. A tight-weave textile upper envelops your foot in lightweight durability to withstand abuse on the trail, while the innovative Anafoam overlay is anatomically-molded to give you a precise fit straight out of the box. And don't let the threat of rainstorms shake your hiking plans, for the Gore-Tex waterproof, breathable membrane keeps your foot dry through some of the heaviest downpours. Meanwhile, a dual-density EVA midsole with Charged Cushioning foam helps you bounce from root to rock to log in reliable comfort and with minimal fatigue. Plus, the mountain bike-inspired Michelin Wild Dig Decent'R outsole lug pattern easily chews up mud and loose terrain.

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