Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's

Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's
Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoe - Women's by Vasque
If the name is any indication, it's that the Vasque Breeze LT Low GTX Hiking Shoes are lightweight, streamlined, and more than happy to accompany you on everything from quick scrambles to longer day hikes. Built with a low profile that engenders easy mobility, the Breeze LT features both the waterproof protection of Gore-Tex and the unbeatable tread of Vibram soles. Microfiber and abrasion-resistant mesh uppers are lightweight, durable, and give your feet breathability on warmer days. Compression molded midsoles deliver all-day comfort on your favorite rocky trails, providing the comfort and style of a trail runner with the durability and performance of a hiking boot.

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SKU: VSQ003G
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