Asolo Megaton GV Hiking Shoe - Women's

Asolo Megaton GV Hiking Shoe - Women's
Asolo Megaton GV Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Megaton GV Hiking Shoe - Women's by Asolo
You'd like to tick every hike on your map by the end of the year, but instead of relying on three different pairs of hikers for different seasons, you might want to consider one that can handle all three. The Asolo Women's Megaton GV Hiking Shoe is light enough for summer treks on dusty terrain, and it's protective for shoulder season weather and even a couple winter endeavors on the occasional sunny-but-muddy day. Asolo lined the shoe with Gore-Tex Extended Comfort for reliable waterproofing against moisture, mud, and downpours, and it still boasts excellent breathability to keep you comfy in warmer conditions. The Megaton also features Vibram's Megagrip rubber compound for enhanced cushioning as well as traction.

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SKU: ASO002X
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