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

Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's
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Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot - Wide - Men's by Columbia
The Columbia Men's Newton Ridge Plus II Waterproof Hiking Boot is a tough, mid-height hiker built to withstand muddy trails, wet weather, and technical terrain. The leather upper has a PU coating and sealed seams to prevent a single raindrop from seeping through, and mesh panels provide quick-drying comfort around the collar and tongue. Underfoot, a Techline midsole maintains energy return with soft cushioning while Omni-Grip rubber gives the sole extra traction on technical terrain.

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