Salomon's Odyssey series showcases hiking footwear worthy of treks as epic and long as coastal trails running down the entire countryside, and the Men's Odyssey Mid GTX Hiking Boot boasts the most stable profile in Salomon's collection. Intended for long miles in wet or dry weather, the Odyssey Mid gives reliable waterproofing and comfy breathability thanks to Gore-Tex's membrane laminated to the welded upper. The upper also has a toe cap for rock protection and a gusseted tongue to prevent dirt and scree from slipping inside. Underfoot, this boot's molded EVA footbed and Energy Save midsole maintain long-term cushioning constructed specifically for long hikes. Salomon shaped the shoe with more room in the toes and a rockered profile to promote easy hiking and a comfy feel. Its Coontagrip rubber sole ensures solid traction on technical terrain. In order to protect the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, Salomon will donate $5 to the Continental Divide Trail Coalition for every pair of the Odyssey sold from June 1 - August 31, 2020. The CDTC is a non-profit that builds infrastructure, teaches trail stewardship, and maps the trail. Salomon is proud to partner with the CDTC to promote protecting the land we all love to explore.
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