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Columbia Men's North Plains Mid Waterproof Hiking Boots

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Product Information:

Through changing weather and vast landscapes, the Columbia® Men's North Plains™ WP hiking boot was designed for adventure. A suede and leather upper makes for easy wear, while providing added comfort and support for your outdoor activities. The Techlite® cushioned midsole allows you to climb the trails with increased stability. With the Omni-Grip® outsole holding tight onto the ground, you can take in the view from the top.
FEATURES:

  • Combination suede leather and textile upper with webbing for optimal comfort and support
  • Waterproof bootie construction keeps feet dry through changing weather and landscapes
  • Techlite® lightweight cushioned midsole enhances cushioning and boosts stability
  • Omni-Grip® non-marking rubber outsole for superior traction
  • Style: BM3895
  • Columbia
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 23443856

Customer Reviews:

Columbia Men's North Plains Mid Waterproof Hiking Boots 4 5 3 3
run's small nice boots had to return for a larger size,would buy these again. December 5, 2014
Comfortable from the start This is the second pair of Columbia hiking boots I have owned and I love them. Right out of the box and onto the trail with no problems at all. July 24, 2014
Columbia Boots These shoes are great! They are very comfortable and hold up well hiking and on the job March 5, 2014
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