Under Armour Speedfit Hike Leather Boot - Men's

Under Armour Speedfit Hike Leather Boot - Men's
Under Armour Speedfit Hike Leather Boot - Men's
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Speedfit Hike Leather Boot - Men's by Under Armour
Tear up the trails with city-inspired style in the Under Armour Men's Speedfit Hike Leather Boot. A full-grain leather upper wraps your foot in durable, flexible comfort, while the molded tongue keeps your fit snug and secure as your scramble over rocks and under fallen trees. The lightweight EVA midsole, paired with an internal stability plate, provide lightweight cushioning and protection from uneven, rocky terrain--proving that this boot offers more than just good looks. And when rain shows up and the trail becomes wet, rely on the aggressive, high-traction rubber lugs to keep your stride stable as they chew up slop underfoot. Plus, an anti-microbial Ortholite sockliner not only boosts your comfort during the hike, but also keeps the funk away when you've kicked them off at home.

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SKU: UND014Q
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