Columbia Redmond Hiking Shoe - Women's

Columbia Redmond Hiking Shoe - Women's
Columbia Redmond Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Redmond Hiking Shoe - Women's by Columbia
Get back to basics with the durable Columbia Women's Redmond Hiking Shoe. Built to handle daily jaunts through the woods and epic ascents alike, it features a Techlite midsole for lightweight cushioning and high energy return that puts a little extra spring in your step. Suede and mesh work together in the upper to offer the right combination of breathability and durability. Aggressive lugs on the Omni-Grip outsole ensures reliable traction on wet trails and tricky terrain.

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SKU: COL00GH
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