Vasque Canyonlands Ultra Dry Hiking Boot - Men's

Vasque Canyonlands Ultra Dry Hiking Boot - Men's
Vasque Canyonlands Ultra Dry Hiking Boot - Men's
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Canyonlands Ultra Dry Hiking Boot - Men's by Vasque
As dry as Canyonlands National Park itself, the Vasque Canyonlands Ultra Dry Hiking Boot has the rugged performance and weatherproof protection you need to take on the toughest trails. The waterproof leather upper and UltraDry membrane keep out moisture from rain and puddles, ensuring dry socks and happy feet during the entire hike. Its durable high-traction Vibram outsole features aggressive 5mm lugs for reliable traction and braking, even in variable conditions. Vibram also took care of the midsole, outfitting it with their energized SPE compound that won't compress or break down after a few long hikes. A cushioned footbed and a TPU midfoot shank help reduce foot fatigue during strenuous treks, while mesh ventilation ports in the toe and yoke deliver cooling airflow and breathability on hot days.

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