Mammut Saentis Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's

Mammut Saentis Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's
Mammut Saentis Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Saentis Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's by Mammut
Your day hikes take you through a range of terrain and landscapes--from winding forest trails to high mountain traverses, and if you're in need of a shoe that can handle it all without flinching, lace up the Mammut Saentis Low GTX Hiking Shoe and hit the trail. This shoe is durable, comfortable, and ready to go no matter the conditions. It's got a waterproof Gore-Tex membrane that'll keep you moving when rainy skies, huge puddles, and flowing creeks stand in your way, while the Michelin rubber outsole ensures grip on both dusty desert trails and muddy riverside romps alike. Plus, its upper delivers an ideal balance between breathable mesh sections and robust synthetic overlays, letting your feet stay cool in warmer weather while they also stay protected from scrapes against roots, rocks, and overgrown branches.

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