Columbia Gorgeous Mid Omni-Tech


Material Nubuck Leather
Weight 20.8 oz / 590 g (Size 7.5)

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Gorgeous Mid Omni-Tech page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Born to blaze a trail, this aggressive pack shoe offers all-day comfort and the ankle-stabilizing benefits of a mid-cut upper. Built to stand up to harsh terrain and heavy loads, the Gorge is built with an injection-molded insole and metal shank for outstanding rigidity and support. The Nubuck leather upper is fortified with Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable technology for protection from the elements, while a memory foam collar and tongue provides step-in comfort that requires no breaking in. A contoured footbed with anti-odor treatment keeps them feeling great and smelling fresh over the long haul, and a tough, non-marking Vibram outsole provides no-slip grip on rocky trail surfaces. FEATURES: Nubuck leather upper with Nubuck leather support overlays, Memory foam collar and tongue, 10mm webbing lace loops with locking metal top hook, Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable technology, Contour Comfort 3D footbed with AgION anti-odor treatment, Injection-molded full-length polypropylene lasting board provides maximum rigidity and support, Poured PU midsole with supportive metal shank, Non-marking Vibram trek rubber compound for excellent grip, Weight: Size 9, 1/2 pair=20.8oz/590g, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Gorgeous Mid Omni-Tech


The Columbia Gorgeous Mid Omni-Tech is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 28, 2012 at Columbia.

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