Lowa Lynnox LO Hiking Shoe - Women's

Lowa Lynnox LO Hiking Shoe - Women's
Lowa Lynnox LO Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Lynnox LO Hiking Shoe - Women's by Lowa
The Lynnox LO implements hike-minded technology from Lowa's boot line into a sneaker style shoe for fast-packing and speed-hiking. At a half-pound per shoe, the Lynnox is an excellent option for any time you'd like to move fast and light without sacrificing hiking-level traction.

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SKU: LOW003Y
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