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

Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
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Newton Ridge Plus II Suede WP Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's by Columbia
When choosing a hiking boot, it can be challenging to decide between a stable boot with ample protection and a lightweight boot that's comfortable to wear for miles on end. Columbia strikes a balance between the two with this updated version of the Newton Ridge Plus II Boot, which features a waterproof construction and high ankle coverage while keeping efficiency in mind. Columbia's Techlite midsole technology offers superior cushioning in a lightweight package, with a priority in energy return. As the midsole compresses with each step, it rebounds the heel of the shoe as you push off the ground which propels you into your next stride. Meanwhile, the fully seam-sealed construction encourages you to venture off the beaten path without worrying about getting your socks wet.

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