Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Men's

Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Men's
Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Men's
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Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Men's by Columbia
Springtime dew dripping down green meadows can be incredibly peaceful to hike through, until your socks are so damp that your toes begin to catch a chill. Columbia waterproofed the Men's Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot to keep your socks dry so you can continue trekking through moist environments comfortably. This rugged, lightweight boot also boasts Columbia's Techlite midsole for superior cushioning, long-lasting comfort, and high energy return with each step. The Omni-Grip sole keeps you on your feet when you're carefully working your way through slippery, muddy sections on the hike.

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