Columbia Kaibab

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Specs

Weight 5.5 oz / 155 g (Size 1.5)

While the boys' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Kaibab. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Kaibab page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A fantastic value, the Kaibab is the go-anywhere, do-anything answer to your little explorer’s everyday adventure footwear needs. This shoe is flexible, light and well-supported - perfect for hiking but low-profile enough to sport them on the playground or in the neighborhood park. The breathable mesh upper helps little feet stay cool when they’re on the move and a gusseted tongue keeps out unwanted debris so you won’t have to make unnecessary stops to clear out painful rocks and sticks. Ample padding protects and cushions their feet while a rugged non-marking outsole with a trail-specific design provides stability over uneven surfaces. FEATURES: Coated leather and mesh upper, EVA footbed for comfort and support, Techlite molded midsole for lightweight cushioning and support, Non-marking Omni-Grip rubber compound with a winter specific lug tread pattern for maximum traction, Weight: size 1 ½ pair = 6.8oz/197g,

- Columbia

Give your little boy extra traction for his park exploring when you lace up the Columbia Little Boys' Kaibab Hiking Shoe and take him for a walk. The hook-and-loop over the tongue keeps his laces tied so he doesn't scrape his knees and hands, and a gusseted tongue prevents tiny rocks from getting inside and hurting his little feet. He can run from the sidewalk, to wet grass, and then into the sandy playground without a slip thanks to the non-marking Omni-Grip rubber outsole. The Kaibab's PU-coated upper prevents the dew from soaking his socks and the molded EVA footbed and Techlite midsole ensure he stays comfortable until he's ready for nap time.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Boys' Kaibab

MSRP:
$45.00

The Columbia Boys' Kaibab is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 2, 2012 at Columbia.

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