Columbia Descender NM

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Specs

Materials Closed Mesh with Micro-Suede Underlays and Webbing for Support and Stability
Weight 7.2 oz / 219 g (Size 7.5)

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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What goes up must come down, a task the multi-sport Descender is well suited for. Inspired by rock climbing but meant for all multi-sport activities, it’s designed as the ultimate walk-off shoe, perfect after the snug confines of a rock climbing or hiking boot. A minimal closed-mesh upper features micro-suede overlays for stability, while a Techlite heel and tongue lends serious comfort. The midsole features lightweight cushioning foam and a stabilizing TPU shank, while a mix of Omni-Grip sticky rubber and high-traction rubber on the outsole provides maximum grip on rocky routes and rough trails. FEATURES: Closed mesh with micro-suede underlays and webbing for support and stability, Techlite heel and tongue for support and comfort, Molded EVA footbed for under foot comfort, support and stability, Single density Techlite foam offers lightweight cushioning and support, Omni-Grip sticky rubber compound on the forefoot for maximum traction on rock and hard surfaces, Weight: size 7 ½ pair = 7.2oz 219g, Imported,

- Columbia

If you're searching for a sticky rubber approach shoe, or just good multi-sport footwear, look no further than the Columbia Women's Descender NM Sneaker. A minimalist closed mesh upper, with micro-suede underlays, sits atop a molded EVA footbed and a Techlite midsole with TPU shank. Grip and traction is supplied by Columbia's Omni-Grip sticky rubber. Closed-cell Techlite foam in the heel and tongue provide serious support and comfort. Scamper to your favorite crag with confidence in the Descender NM Sneaker for women from Columbia.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia Women's Descender NM

MSRP:
$75.00

The Columbia Women's Descender NM is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 6, 2014 at Columbia.

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