Columbia Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's

Columbia Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's
Columbia Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoe - Men's by Columbia
With the lightweight, waterproof Columbia Wayfinder Outdry Hiking Shoes firmly tied to your feet, there aren't many places you can't go. Built with both breathable mesh uppers and the protection of Outdry, you're ready for muddy trails and stormy weather, while their sleek style won't look out of place if you're headed into town. The durable closed mesh uppers boast a synthetic toe and heel cap to protect against toe-bruising encounters on rocky trails, and the high-traction rubber outsoles deliver steady footing on slick terrain. Columbia equipped the Wayfinder with Techlite midsoles, so come trail's end you'll still have feet ready and willing for a few more miles.

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SKU: COL02SP
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