Columbia Ravenous II Omni-Heat OutDry

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The revolutionary dual density fit system puts softer material close to your foot, with firmer density Techlite on the outside for support – the result is a superior conforming fit to keep you comfortable during aerobic activities over varying terrain; the thermal reflective lining and waterproof-breathable membrane ensure that you stay dry and warm while you’re at it. Technology: OMNI-HEAT Thermal ReflectiveMake Your Own Heat, OMNI-GRIP Hold Tight on Any Terrain, TECHLITELightweight Cushioning and Support, OUTDRYWater Not Included, Construction: Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Grip high traction rubber with strategically placed multidirectional traction lugs to grip the trail, Techlite dual density fit system, OutDry waterproof breathable construction, Thermal regulation in the critical zones around the foot, Minimal overlays and highly breathable mesh, Forefoot textile stone shield, Independent lug patterns for traction on hard and soft surfaces, Waterproof materials and construction method, Weight: size 9, ½ pair = 16.5 oz/468 g, Imported, Fabric: UPPERTechlite, Omni Heat Thermal Insulated and OutDry technologies, MIDSOLETechlite technology, OMNI-GRIP OUTSOLEHigh traction rubber,

- Columbia

Columbia Men's Ravenous II Omni-Heat Outdry Trail Running Shoes

- Altrec Outdoors

Columbia Ravenous II Omni-Heat OutDry

previously retailed for:
$71.98 - $144.95

The Columbia Ravenous II Omni-Heat OutDry is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 1, 2013 at Columbia.

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