Columbia Peakfreak Enduro OutDry Omni-Heat

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Fully-loaded with comfort and performance enhancing features, this versatile lightweight hiking shoe is equipped to handle long days on the trail in a range of conditions. The Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining is thermo-regulating to create a warm foot environment on cool days but it also breathes with the best of them, so you'll also stay comfortable when the temperature rises. Our patented waterproof-breathable membrane keeps feet perfectly dry, while allowing foot vapors to escape, so you won't get bogged down with sweat. The sandwich mesh upper is fortified with welded nylon overlays, a toecap and a mudguard to keep feet protected while you're working your way through rough terrain. Technology : OMNI-HEAT Thermal Reflective Make Your Own Heat TECHLITE Lightweight Cushioning and Support OUTDRY The One That Keeps You DryTM FLUIDFRAME Smooth Transition and Trail Stability OMNI-GRIP Hold Tight on Any Terrain Construction : Breathable sandwich mesh upper with welded ripstop nylon overlays OutDry patented waterproof-breathable construction Omni-Heat reflective lining Protective toecap and mudguard Techlite FluidFrame multi-density underfoot support Techlite lightweight cushioned midsole Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber One-piece outsole provides durable traction Weight: size 9, 1/2 pair = 13.2 oz/ 374.21 g Imported Fabric : OUTDRY UPPER Breathable sandwich mesh with welded ripstop nylon overlays MIDSOLE Techlite Fluidframe OMNI-GRIP OUTSOLE High traction rubber

- Columbia refers to the men's version

Columbia Peakfreak Enduro OutDry Omni-Heat

previously retailed for:
$64.98 - $130.00

The Columbia Peakfreak Enduro OutDry Omni-Heat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 19, 2014 at Columbia.

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