Forsake Range Low Shoe - Men's

Forsake Range Low Shoe - Men's
Forsake Range Low Shoe - Men's
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Range Low Shoe - Men's by Forsake
You never know where you may find yourself after work, but you always hope you can get in a little trail time before you head home for the day--be prepared for everyday adventures with the Range Low Shoe by Forsake. Equipped with the waterproof HydroGuard membrane you have protection against rainy puddles in the street and late-summer snow pack on the trails. The EVA midsole gives you cushioned support for varying terrain while the internal composite shank is designed for extra stability. Top-of-the-line Vibram Megagrip sole is designed for you to roam free with sticky traction for steep climbs and over sandy rocks. And street credit approved contrasting leather creates a stylish look while keeping the shoe durable for outdoor environments, and the breathable, gusseted tongue helps prevent debris from getting in your shoe.

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SKU: FRK0015
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