Columbia Shasta Ridge Low Omni-Tech - Women's


Weight 12.7 oz / 360 g (Size 7.5)

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Lace your feet into 4-wheel drive comfort and head for the wilderness. Whether you’re making an escape for some light backpacking or taking the kids on a swooping mountain bike ride, the rugged Shasta Ridge will keep you protected and supported without a lot of unnecessary bulk. Constructed with a durable textile upper, these burly shoes provide the support and abrasion resistance of a boot so you can take on all kinds of terrain with confidence. Waterproof-breathable Omni-Tech keeps feet dry and comfortable in inclement weather and the contoured comfort footbed creates a cozy, supportive environment to prevent foot fatigue. We’ve incorporated a de-coupled heel design to absorb shock and provide a fantastic fit where you need it most. On the sole, an independent lugged traction system provides dynamic grip at the heel and forefoot pods for stability over slick rocks, slippery roots and all of the uneven surfaces you can throw at it. FEATURES: Leather and textile upper working with a waterproof Omni-Tech membrane, Full length Techlite under foot cushioning and support, Non-marking Omni-Grip rubber compound for added stability, Independent heel lug design with rubber gasket and a de-coupled heel for a great ride on the trail, Weight: size 7 ½ pair = 12.7oz/360g, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Women's Shasta Ridge Low Omni-Tech


The Columbia Women's Shasta Ridge Low Omni-Tech is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 14, 2012 at Columbia.

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