Vasque Inhaler II Low Hiking Shoe - Men's

Vasque Inhaler II Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
Vasque Inhaler II Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Inhaler II Low Hiking Shoe - Men's by Vasque
The Vasque Men's Inhaler Low Hiking Shoes are a breath of fresh air for your feet. Designed for high-output hikes in hot weather, the Inhalers feature mesh panels in the upper that offer supreme breathability to keep your feet cool and comfy when you're logging long miles under the harsh sun. The dual-density EVA footbeds and EVA midsoles cushion your feet when you're traversing rocky trails and provide a responsive feel for less foot fatigue. The Vibram outsoles feature Megagrip rubber for sure-footed confidence when you're scrambling scree fields, and they're super-durable for long-lasting performance.

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SKU: VSQ000L
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