Hanwag Tatra Light Bunion GTX Hiking Boot - Men's

Hanwag Tatra Light Bunion GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
Hanwag Tatra Light Bunion GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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Tatra Light Bunion GTX Hiking Boot - Men's by Hanwag
The Hanwag Tatra Light Bunion GTX Hiking Boot is set on eliminating discomfort on the trail, no matter what form it takes. Its Gore-Tex membrane not only keeps your feet dry and happy in rainy weather, but delivers breathable performance to ensure that they won't stay dry only to be soaked with sweat as you hike. The special last of this shoe is made specifically for those who are suffering from or prone to bunions, offering a wider fit at the big-toe joint to keep your feet feeling great and to keep you out on those trails. Plus, you've got a lugged, lightweight Vibram rubber outsole that gives you grip and traction on constantly-changing trail surfaces, because slipping on rocks and falling on your butt may be the ultimate trail discomfort.

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