HOKA ONE ONE Sky Kaha Hiking Boot - Men's

HOKA ONE ONE Sky Kaha Hiking Boot - Men's
HOKA ONE ONE Sky Kaha Hiking Boot - Men's
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Sky Kaha Hiking Boot - Men's by HOKA ONE ONE
A wide open summit view can make it feel like you're on top of the sky, but it takes a little while and a lot of work to get up there. When you've got your mind set on high heights, throw on the HOKA ONE ONE Sky Kaha Hiking Boot and give yourself the comfort and support you need to push yourself through challenging terrain. Using HOKA's trusted max-cushion design, this boot delivers plenty of shock-absorption and soft support for long hikes on rugged trails, while a Vibram Megagrip outsole ensures no-nonsense traction on everything from muddy creek-side trails to steep and rocky summits. And when high-altitude showers put a damper on your plans for a clear and sunny view, your feet will still be dry and happy thanks to a waterproof and breathable eVent membrane.

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