Vasque Women's Breeze Mid GORE-TEX Hiking Boot
If typical hiking boots leave you dragging your feet on long excursions, give these super-sturdy, aerobically-inclined, lightweight hikers a try. The Breeze GTX® by Vasque® feels like your favorite cross trainers, but they're built with waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® linings and Vibram® outsoles for aggressive adventure off the path. These boots also boast dual-density EVA footbeds and molded EVA midsoles for superior comfort.
- Features GORE-TEX® technology in which external water is repelled while internal moisture is allowed to pass through the membrane, keeping feet dry and comfortable
- 2.0mm Waterproof Nubuck Leather and Airmesh Nylon Fabric upper for outstanding comfort and durability
- Contoured Phylon midsole
- Molded TPU Plate
- Vibram Contact® outsole offers the perfect blend of flexibility, traction and support for day hikes or light overnights
- Nylon lining and DryTech footbed
- Gusseted Tongue
- Padded Collar for extra comfort
- Features Vasque's Integration Technology (I.T.) System in which each technological element is biomechanically designed to maximize performance
- Style: 7477
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 4279944
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Killasandra Only boots I buy I have bought several pairs of these boots, and I just love them. I work outdoors several days a week all year round and I need good traction and ankle support. They seem to fit true to size, but I have small feet, so it's not much of an issue. Being so frequently used I do wear through them, and they have to be replaced every year. The back of the ankle always feels a little tight and forms a hot spot for about a week until I get used to/stretch out the ankle and then they are super comfortable. The water proofing is great I can walk through creeks and mild rain and my feet stay dry. But prolonged or heavy rain and your feet will get wet. But when they do get wet, they dry quickly. They work well on all terrains from rocky to sandy, but I do not recommend them for the winter months, spring/summer/fall is fine, but winter is just too cold. August 10, 2010
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