Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's

Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's by Vasque
A quick-paced, lighter weight addition to the Breeze line-up, the Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hikings Shoes grip terrain, cushion the bottoms of your feet, and block wetness, all without adding a lot of extra weight to the end of your leg. The molded rubber toe bumper boosts front protection, and a combination of synthetic microfiber and TPU mesh on the upper mixes durability and breathability for warm-weather hikes. The EVA Enduralast midsole soaks up jarring vibration, while the Vibram Ground Control LiteBase outsole maintains reliable traction with every step, but with 25% less weight than regular Vibram Ground Control outsoles. This Vibram sole's MegaGrip compound provides unrelenting grip across variable terrain, ranging from slick rock outcroppings to slippery moss-lined boulders and dusty desert trails.

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