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CLOSEOUTS . Whether it's the playground or the woods, the entire world is a vast wilderness to little explorers. Which is why Columbia Sportswear's Lonerock shoes feature signature performance technologies: to protect their toes and prevent slips and falls. Available Colors: LIGHT GREY/AZUL, BLACK/INTENSE RED. Sizes: 4, 5, 6, 7.

- Sierra Trading Post

Little trailblazers will appreciate the lightweight comfort; you'll appreciate the go-anywhere versatility. Whether it's a wilderness expedition or a romp on the playground, this is the shoe for kids to do it in. The seamless, lightweight mesh upper is reinforced with a PU-coated rand for extra durability out on the trail. A molded EVA footbed cushions little feet, while a Techlite outsole provides excellent impact protection and support during a hard day of play. A non-marking Omni-Grip rubber outsole protects against slipping and sliding on wet playgrounds or muddy trails. FEATURES: Seamless mesh upper with a PU-coated rand, Molded EVA footbed, Techlite molded midsole for lightweight cushioning and support, Single-density Techlite foam offers lightweight cushioning and support, Non-marking Omni-Grip rubber outsole provides traction and stability on trails or the playground, Weight: Size 1, 1/2 pair= 3.6 oz / 102.1 g, Imported,

- Columbia

Shoes like the Columbia Boys' Lonerock Hiking Shoe do more than just tackle trail, they're also perfect for running, climbing, scrambling, and playingall the things your boy is going to get himself into anyway. Grippy soles keeps him planted to the dirt when playing King of the Hill, and tough construction means that these shoes will last. Leave the heavy hiking boots at home, all he needs is a day pack, some snacks and these lightweight shoes.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Boys' Lonerock

previously retailed for:
$8.00 - $39.95

The Columbia Boys' Lonerock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 15, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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