Under Armour Syncline Hiking Shoe - Men's

Under Armour Syncline Hiking Shoe - Men's
Under Armour Syncline Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Syncline Hiking Shoe - Men's by Under Armour
Whether you're traveling the river in your trusty kayak or exploring the banks on foot, the Under Armour Syncline Hiking Shoe is the perfect shoe for the job. It drains quickly for push-offs and river crossings, and offers lots of support and performance when you hike. The Boa closure system provides quick adjustment and a snug fit that won't lose tension in the water, while the high-traction rubber lugged outsole gives you grip on both slippery rocks and muddy trails. Strategically-placed drainage ports and a mesh upper construction deliver effective draining to help you avoid a soaked and heavy feeling in your shoes, and the lightweight midsole, with special impact-absorbing heel cushioning, gives you comfortable support for long days of adventuring.

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SKU: UND02MV
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