Hanwag Ferrata II GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's

Hanwag Ferrata II GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's
Hanwag Ferrata II GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's
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Ferrata II GTX Backpacking Boot - Men's by Hanwag
When the objective of the day calls for a lightweight, versatile boot for hiking in and crushing a climb, throw on the Hanwag Ferrata II GTX Backpacking Boot and head out the door to tackle scree and rock fields. Updated from the previous model, the new Ferrata II is 10% lighter overall and has a TubeTec Rock Sole for extreme cushioning to keep you on your feet all day. Lateral Flex Technology improves flex forward and sideways, and a TPU reinforced zone in the forefoot with grippy rubber provides stability and mobility for scrambling up steep rock. Hidden seams prevent chafing and protects from abrasion to keep you comfortable, and the Vibram Mont compound is re-solable and hybrid crampon compatible so you can crush any objective.

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SKU: HWG0015
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