Teva x Ahnu Montara III Event Hiking Boot - Women's

Teva x Ahnu Montara III Event Hiking Boot - Women's
Teva x Ahnu Montara III Event Hiking Boot - Women's
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x Ahnu Montara III Event Hiking Boot - Women's by Teva
Whether you are looking to do a thru-hike or tackle a 14er The Teva X Ahnu Montara III Event hiking boot can handle whatever comes their way. Stay protected no matter the conditions with the eVent waterproof membrane and durable nubuck uppers that keep you dry for the long haul. Rest assured in your footing whether traversing scree fields, creeks, or muddy trails with ankle support and an aggressive Vibram grip. A dual-density EVA midsole designed with Numentum technology promotes balance and stability for all-day comfort during long days pounding the trail. Hike to your soles content because these boots have an antimicrobial treatment to shed odor-causing bacteria and keep things fresh.

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