Mammut Hueco Low LTH Approach Shoe - Women's

Mammut Hueco Low LTH Approach Shoe - Women's
Mammut Hueco Low LTH Approach Shoe - Women's
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Hueco Low LTH Approach Shoe - Women's by Mammut
Comfort comes with you every step of the way to the crag in the Mammut Hueco Low LTH Approach Shoe. High-quality nubuck leather comprises the upper for improved pressure distribution and durability, while the TPU heel stabilizer prevents slipping in the shoe to ensure firmly locked-in hold. The cushioning Strobel construction promotes a supportive and stable stride with reliable shock-absorption over rocky terrain, and the rubber toe cap protects against protruding rocks, roots, and logs. Mammut gave this shoe a leather footbed for ease of movement on your walk to the city climbing gym, along with a Michelin rubber outsole that ensures optimal grip on a wide variety of surfaces.

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SKU: MAM01AY
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