Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Technology: TECHLITE®Lightweight Cushioning and Support OMNI-GRIP®Hold Tight on Any Terrain Construction: Durable closed mesh upper Protective rubber screenprint Techlite lightweight cushioned midsole Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber Weight: size 9, ½ pair = 8.5 oz/ 240.97 g Imported Fabric: UPPERDurable closed mesh TECHLITE MIDSOLELightweight cushioned midsole OMNI-GRIP OUTSOLEHigh traction non-marking rubber

- Columbia refers to the men's version

From casual strolls over sidewalks to serious sprints over dirt-covered trails, the Columbia Men's Flightfoot Hiking Shoe provides the comfortable support you need. Weighing in at just 8. 5 ounces, the Flightfoot is seriously lightweight so you can take flight on your ultralight hikes, summits, and adventure races. Its mesh upper material ventilates your foot while you cover miles over a hot desert trail, and a rubber screenprint over the mesh adds protection against stones and sticks without adding noticeable bulk. The Flightfoot combines a close-to-ground feel with underfoot cushioning for all-day comfort whether you're lacing up for an outdoor adventure or simply walking to class. Its Techlite midsole brings a surprising amount of comfort and support while keeping the weight down at the same time. The midsole is also antimicrobial so your shoe won't stink after a few days hiking through the Canylonlands. The shoe's Omni-Grip sole handles any terrain you throw at it whether it's a flat trail in San Fransisco's Bay Area or the rugged backwoods in Indiana.

- refers to the men's version

Columbia Flightfoot

previously retailed for:
$35.98 - $54.95

The Columbia Flightfoot is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 8, 2016 at Columbia.

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