Forsake Clyde Boot - Men's

Forsake Clyde Boot - Men's
Forsake Clyde Boot - Men's
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Clyde Boot - Men's by Forsake
Designed by ski bums sick of inferior off-the-mountain footwear, the Forsake Men's Clyde Boot is your ideal boot for driving to the mountain, digging your truck out of a snowbank, tailgating in the parking lot, and pub crawling after last chair. Forsake is all about functional design and practical technology; it's about versatility for sunny days, rainy days, and powder days; it's about making not a fashion statement, but a bold statement of intent. With an upper made of suede, full grain leather, and corduroy ballistic nylon, the Clyde fits all of Forsake's design philosophies perfectly, all while looking and feeling good. A waterproof and breathable membrane keeps your feet dry, and a die-cut EVA midsole, moisture-wicking mesh lining, and gusseted tongue keep them comfy. The injection-molded nylon shank provides plenty of support, so go ahead and dance all night, brother. Just remember you have to wake up for first chair.

SKU: FRK0006
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