Youth Children
Materials Suede Leather Upper Suede Leather Upper
Sizes 1 - 7 8 - 13

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Descender Leather page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Designed for everyday and sport activities, Columbia Sportswear's Descender shoes bolster active feet with dependable stability and unbeatable traction, thanks to a cushy TechLiteand#174; midsole and a super-grippy Omni-Gripand#174; outsole. Available Colors: BLACK/LIME GREEN, CASTLEROCK/SPICY ORANGE, WILD DOVE/GLOXINIA, FUCHSIA PURPLE/DRESS BLUES. Sizes: 13, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 12.5.

- Sierra Trading Post

Built for daily use and abuse, the Descender is a durable, go-everywhere shoe that looks good without sacrificing comfort and performance. Featuring a suede leather upper with cool, pop-color laces it’s as street smart as it is durable. The Techlite molded midsole provides cushioning and support without adding a bunch of unnecessary weight and the non-marking rubber outsole provides incredible traction on all kinds of surfaces from gymnasium floors to muddy trails or slippery sidewalks. FEATURES: Suede leather upper, EVA footbed for cushioning and comfort, Techlite midsole for lightweight cushioning and support, Non-marking Omni-Grip rubber outsole for added traction and stability, Weight: size 1 ½ pair = 6.7oz/189g, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Kids' Descender Leather


The Columbia Kids' Descender Leather is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 29, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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