La Sportiva Trail Ridge Low Hiking Shoe - Women's

La Sportiva Trail Ridge Low Hiking Shoe - Women's
La Sportiva Trail Ridge Low Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Trail Ridge Low Hiking Shoe - Women's by La Sportiva
Keep your feet cool and comfortable when you're hiking in warmer weather with the La Sportiva Trail Ridge Low Hiking Shoe. Its air mesh inserts in the durable leather uppers keep your feet cool on both day and thru-hikes. When you're thru-hiking, you're bound to encounter varying terrain, so La Sportiva equipped the Trail Ridge with All-terrain Frixion AT 2. 0 soles with an Impact Brake System to provide grip and traction on the different trail types you can expect to come across. And with the cushioned midsole and insole, you'll be trekking in comfort as you hike and explore.

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SKU: LSP00JX
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