Columbia Flightfoot Leather

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Leather gives this versatile version of the Flightfoot a little extra durability, without piling on added bulk. The result is a highly versatile lightweight shoe that is perfect for everyday wear, trail running, travel and just about everything in between. Minimalist construction puts support where you need it without going overboard; the result is a close-to-the-ground feeling that doesn't sacrifice cushioning and support. A multi-piece, super gripping rubber outsole creates a smooth, flexible ride and holds tight over varied terrain. Technology : TECHLITE Lightweight Cushioning and Support OMNI-GRIP Hold Tight on Any Terrain Construction : Nubuck leather upper with protective suede toecap Techlite lightweight cushioned midsole Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber Multi-piece outsole provides flexible ride Weight: size 9, 1/2 pair = 9.7 oz/ 274.99 g Imported Fabric : UPPER Nubuck leather with protective suede toecap TECHLITE MIDSOLE Lightweight cushioned midsole OMNI-GRIP OUTSOLE High traction non-marking rubber

- Columbia

Different terrain calls for different footwear, that is unless you're wearing the Columbia Flightfoot Leather Hiking Shoe. This low-cut shoe was designed with a leather upper for extra durability without adding any bulk into the equation. It's a lightweight shoe and it's perfect for either casual wear, trail running, hiking, and even casual travel. A soft collar around the top alleviates pressure on the ankle bone and Achilles tendon. As for the sole of the Flightfoot, Columbia incorporated a Techlite midsole for arch support that's been laid upon a multi-piece, Omni-grip outsole. This outsole creates a smooth, flexible ride, and it holds fast over everything from cobbles to scree.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Flightfoot Leather

previously retailed for:
$44.98 - $90.00

The Columbia Flightfoot Leather is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 13, 2014 at Columbia.

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