Hanwag Banks SF Extra Lady GTX Backpacking Boot - Women's

Hanwag Banks SF Extra Lady GTX Backpacking Boot - Women's
Hanwag Banks SF Extra Lady GTX Backpacking Boot - Women's
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Banks SF Extra Lady GTX Backpacking Boot - Women's by Hanwag
Hanwag's Banks SF Extra Lady GTX Backpacking Boot is a trekking boot designed for rocky scrambles and muddy creek beds. The Gore-Tex upper helps keep water at bay, while the Vibram trekking sole means you stay stable as you skip over rocks. This boot is a redesigned classic, featuring the roomier StraightFit footbed for a more relaxed fit that doesn't compromise performance. The nubuck and suede upper is incredibly durable, allowing you to hit the trail with these boots day in and day out, day after day. The PU foam wedge provides increased cushioning and improved roll-off to keep you comfortable on longer treks.

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SKU: HWGB01Q
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