Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Women's

Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Women's
Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Women's
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Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot - Women's by Under Armour
Lightweight, durable, and up for any adventure, the Under Armour Newell Ridge Mid GTX Boot for women is a great option for someone who wants a boot tough enough to thru-hike long distances, but also want it light enough to make that endeavor a bit more manageable. The tight-weave textile upper is at once featherlight and super tough, shrugging off the abuse of rock, dirt, mud and moisture, plus, the Newell Ridge includes a Gore Tex lining, so you're feet will stay dry no matter what you're clomping through. And to top it all off, Under Armour partnered with Michelin (the tire company) to engineer an enhanced rubber sole that can handle any slick, wet, or treacherous surface that may be in your path.

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SKU: UND01M6
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