Asolo Agent Evo GV Hiking Shoe - Men's

Asolo Agent Evo GV Hiking Shoe - Men's
Asolo Agent Evo GV Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Agent Evo GV Hiking Shoe - Men's by Asolo
Always on the hunt for spectacular views, you plan to get out on the trail as many days as possible now that the snow is melting. The Men's Asolo Agent Evo GV Shoes take you to each summit with durable protection and weatherproof comfort. The water-resistant suede uppers don't mind encounters with sharp edges or muddy situations, and they're lined with a Gore-Tex membrane that keeps water out but still lets your feet breath during hot, heart-pounding ascents. The Agent Evo GV comes with a rubber toe cap for rock protection, and rugged Vibram lugs that can tackle dry rocky roads or winding muddy paths without a hitch. The supportive midsole keeps fatigue away on longer treks, with a cushioning insole for underfoot comfort to keep you going even as summer wanes into fall.

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