The perfect hybrid between trail running shoe and hiking boot, the Inov 8 RocLite 345 GTX Hiking Boot features an aggressive outsole, Gore-Tex insert, and highly-cushioned midsole to give you wet-weather performance that's both stable and agile. From quick, post-work trail runs to multi-day treks that include varying terrain, the RocLite 345's Gore-Tex insert keeps your foot completely dry as you splash through trickling streams and work up a sweat. The boot-cut ensures superb ankle support, helping you maintain a better gait when you're running fatigued or hiking quickly, while the PowerFlow midsole delivers 10% better shock-absorption and 15% better energy return than standard midsoles to keep you moving in comfort for longer. Inov 8 built around the natural anatomy of the foot, giving this boot an AdapterWeb met-cradle that adapts to the natural movement and swelling of your foot in motion, which isn't restricted by the protective meta-shank that defends against rocky trails. And where this boot really shines, the revolutionary graphene-enhanced G-Grip outsole uses multi-directional, claw-shaped cleats, each with a wide contact area, to provide unreal grip on loose, unpredictable terrain and shed debris quickly.
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Inov 8 RocLite 345 GTX Hiking Boot - Men's
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