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Patagonia Men's Drifter A/C GORE-TEX Hiking Shoe

Patagonia Men's Drifter A/C GORE-TEX Hiking Shoe - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Made from eco-friendly and recyclable materials, the Patagonia ® Drifter A/C® GORE-TEX® hiking shoe is supportive enough to haul a light pack, yet sporty enough to wear around town. The breathable GORE-TEX® gasket construction permits air-flow, while the anatomical footbed provides extra cushion and support. The recycled Vibram® sole grips the trail so you can concentrate on having fun.

  • Waterproof breathable air mesh and nubuck leather upper
  • Breathable bellows tongue to keep out debris
  • GORE-TEX® fabric waterproof/breathable lining
  • 20% recycled EVA anatomical footbed provides cushioning, comfort and support
  • Patagonia ® Air Cushion Plus provides shock absorption
  • Bi-Fit™ 80% post consumer recycled polyurethane waterproof insole board provides support and stability underfoot
  • Vibram® Trail Ecostep outsole with 30% recycled rubber provides excellent traction
  • GORE-TEX® gasket waterproof/breathable construction
  • Last characteristics: medium width, full toe box, medium arch/instep
  • Weight: 15.6 oz
  • Style: 80549
  • Patagonia
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 10776880

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth Every Penny I have had these for two years and have put them through the wringer. 3 trips to Arizona climbing mountains totaling about 30 miles. My feet stayed cool and the vibram soles provided traction when others were slipping on rock faces. recently took them to Colorado and summited 4 14ers in one weekend. on the hike in it rained. the other two i was with had soaked feet but mine were dry. I wear these everyday for work in Wisconsin and my feet are fairly warm but always dry. If your from wisconsin you would know that is quit a feat. there is no signs of these shoes giving in. they look beat up but are not falling apart at all. will most likely get another pair. Fair warning they will require breaking in if you plan to hike with them. The soles are very stiff until properly broken in. October 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth the little bit extra. Size: Runs almost a half-size small... it may or may not work depending on your foot. I tried a pair of 9's and they were just a slight bit too snug. I switched to a 9.5 and they're just a slight bit big. The lacing, however, gives you a lot of control in making them fit your foot right. Quality: Highest quality materials. Very durable. Eco-friendly. Side by side with other high-quality hiking footwear I've purchased (including some that have cost more), I'd say that these are of the highest quality I've found. That's part of what you're paying extra for. Good grip in the Vibram sole (but I don't do any serious climbing, I just use them for going over boulders and up cliffs. Nothing vertical). Support / Stiffness: Solid support but not so stiff that they need a month of breaking-in. I felt these were ready to go after less than a week of street wear. My main plan is to use them for urban hiking in Europe, and I think they're perfect for that. Other: Waterproof (not completely, of course, but they kept my feet mainly dry during a hurricane-like downpour of pelting sheets of rain - and while wearing shorts!). Also, they do breath well, and your foot (at least mine) does not overheat. But they do keep your foot warm, which is equally as important (and even more so at times). Overall: I considered shoes that ranged from $88 to these at $149. The Gore-tex waterproofing makes about a $20 - $25 difference in cost but I feel it was worth it (even just based on my one "hurricane" encounter). If that $25 can keep my feet dry for two years or so of use that's just $1 a month to avoid wet feet. If that's not a concern for you, the standard Drifter A/C without GTX should work fine. August 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Shoes!! Found these on clearance with an addition 50% off. An unheard of opportunity to grab a remarkably comfortable and technical shoe at an unheard of price. If you are in th "know" of Patagonia and the company's reputation on quality. Run to Dick's Sports to see if u can grab a pair. Normally $165 online. I bought them for $62.50. Hurry !! February 25, 2013
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