Mammut Ducan High GTX Hiking Boot - Women's

Mammut Ducan High GTX Hiking Boot - Women's
Mammut Ducan High GTX Hiking Boot - Women's
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Ducan High GTX Hiking Boot - Women's by Mammut
Wet mountain streams, freak rain storms, or puddle-jumping in the shoulder season are all more enjoyable with the Ducan High GTX Hiking Boot from Mammut on your feet. Lined with a Gore-Tex membrane, the Ducan High's will keep your feet nice and dry no matter how much water tries to penetrate their cool exterior. The lace-up style gives you unparallaled fit for the closest and most comfortable hiking shoes on high-mileage days. Equipped with a 3D footmap and an elastic mono-tongue these hiking boots will slip on and feel like an extension of your foot. With such close comfort, you can scramble across scree with surefootedness and rest-assured with the Vibram Flextron outsole.

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SKU: MAM01B6
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