Lowa Innox Pro GTX TF Boot - Men's

Lowa Innox Pro GTX TF Boot - Men's
Lowa Innox Pro GTX TF Boot - Men's
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Innox Pro GTX TF Boot - Men's by Lowa
You'll have all the stability and comfort you need for long miles on rugged trails with the Lowa Innox Pro GTX TF Boot. Not only does it offer lots of support with a higher ankle design, a Monowrap stabilizing frame, and a soft yet responsive midsole cushioning compound, but it's also outfitted with a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane to keep your feet dry and comfortable when you're trekking through rainy weather and growing puddles. The special lugged outsole provides traction on both wet and dry, soft and hard surfaces, while the durable synthetic upper materials withstand trail abrasion and dry quickly once the rain finally lets up.

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