Verge 2.0 Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's by Under Armour
Sometimes your beautiful sunny hike turns wet and grey, and sometimes it wasn't even bright and sunny to begin with. When the trail becomes an uphill river, make sure to bring along the Under Armour Verge 2. 0 Low GTX Hiking Shoe to keep those feet dry. It's outfitted with a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane that will not only keep out moisture from rain, puddles, and soggy mud, but will also keep things comfortable on the inside by allowing heat and vapor to escape. The upper dries quickly to keep you comfortable when the showers pass, and the lugged, Michelin rubber outsole will grip on wet and dry trails alike. For those long days where you need lots of comfort and support, you've got lightweight and responsive midsole cushioning, as well as added cushioning in the heel and forefoot where it's most important, especially on rugged trails. Speaking of rugged trails, there's also a protective rock plate underfoot to guard against hidden rocks, sharp roots, and other trail hazards.
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