Dynafit Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Dynafit Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Men's
Dynafit Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Dynafit
What most would consider a week-long hike, you knock out before lunchtime. Next time you head out for a light and fast speed mountaineering objective, make sure you've got your Dynafit Men's Speed MTN Gore-Tex Trail Running Shoes to keep your feet happy while you devour skyscraping peaks for breakfast. These rugged shoes sport a Gore-Tex membrane that works to keep your feet dry when you encounter mud or springtime snow, and the toe and heel bumpers protect your feet from impact on sharp rocks. The Speed MTN outsole delivers excellent traction on slick and uneven terrain and the drawcord lace is quick and easy to cinch down for adjustability on the fly.

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