Danner Trail 2650 Hiking Shoe - Men's

Danner Trail 2650 Hiking Shoe - Men's
Danner Trail 2650 Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Trail 2650 Hiking Shoe - Men's by Danner
The Danner Trail 2650 Hiking Shoe was inspired by the demanding and rugged terrain found on the 2650-mile Pacific Crest Trail, but you don't have to quit your job and live in a tent for a few months to enjoy the durability and comfort of this versatile hiking shoe. Enjoy the trails closer to home with a Vibram 460 outsole, which incorporates self-adapting lugs and Vibram's special Megagrip compound for dependable grip on everything from muddy footbridges to rocky summits. An EVA midsole and Ortholite footbed give you underfoot cushioning for long dawn-to-dusk days, and a TPU midfoot shank also offers added support and underfoot protection on rugged trails. You've got a special reinforced heel counter to help keep your foot in its proper place, while the leather and textile upper gives you the perfect balance of durability, breathability, and style.

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SKU: DAN003N
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