Under Armour Brower Low WP Hiking Shoe - Men's

Under Armour Brower Low WP Hiking Shoe - Men's
Under Armour Brower Low WP Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Brower Low WP Hiking Shoe - Men's by Under Armour
If you're heading out for a long hike and the weather's not exactly sure what it wants to do, bring along some insurance with the Under Armour Brower Low WP Hiking Shoe. This durable hiking shoe offers waterproof protection when the skies open up, and delivers lots of trail-specific features the rest of the time. The textile and suede upper saves on weight and boosts durability, while the cushioned EVA midsole provides comfort and support over long miles. When you're facing variable terrain and conditions, you can turn to the high-traction rubber outsole, complete with innovative lugs that really dig into the trail. And to keep your feet protected from sharp rocks and roots, you've got a protective ESS plate in the outsole giving you peace of mind while you trek.

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SKU: UND029Q
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