Columbia Talus Ridge Mid Outdry - Women's

Specs

Weight 3.8 oz / 391 g (Size 7.5)

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Talus Ridge Mid Outdry page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Versatility is the name of the game with the Talus Ridge. Designed to strike a perfect balance between burly boot and lightweight active hiker, it integrates low-profile support with the waterproof-breathable superpowers of an Outdry membrane so you can hike, jog, scramble, climb or snowshoe in all kinds of conditions. Robust enough for light backpacking, the abrasion resistant leather and textile upper locks feet down securely for serious stability. Tons of adjustability in the lacing system lets you get a perfect, customized fit on top while the Techlite underfoot cushioning creates a comfortable, supportive bed to prevent fatigue for your hard-working feet. The substantial Omni-Grip outsole lets you tackle wet rocks and other slippery terrain with confidence. When you need a mid-height shoe that’s light enough for trail-running but rugged enough for your occasional light backpacking endeavors, the Talus Ridge has you covered. FEATURES: Combination leather, textile and welded TPU upper that provides amazing lockdown and stability on the trail, Waterproof OutDry protection upper, Full length Techlite under foot cushioning and support, Omni-Grip outsole designed for a variety of outdoor activities, Weight: size 7 ½ pair = 13.8oz/391g, Imported,

- Columbia

Versatility is the name of the game with the Women's Talus Ridge Mid Outdry Hiking Boots from Columbia Sportswear. Designed to strike a perfect balance between burly boot and lightweight active hiker, it integrates low-profile support with the waterproof-breathable superpowers of an Outdry membrane so you can hike, jog, scramble, climb or snowshoe in all kinds of conditions. Robust enough for light backpacking, the abrasion resistant leather and textile upper locks feet down securely for serious stability. Tons of adjustability in the lacing system lets you get a perfect, customized fit on top while the Techlite underfoot cushioning creates a comfortable, supportive bed to prevent fatigue for your hard-working feet. The substantial Omni-Grip outsole lets you tackle wet rocks and other slippery terrain with confidence. When you need a mid-height shoe thats light enough for trail-running but rugged enough for your occasional light backpacking endeavors, the Talus Ridge has you covered.

- Altrec Outlet

CLOSEOUTS . When a full-fledged trek to the summit beckons, Columbia Sportswear's Talus Ridge Outdryand#174; Mid hiking boots will take you there. A robust Omni-Gripand#174; rubber outsole ensures every step is secure, and an OutDryand#174; waterproof breathable membrane keeps you going when dark clouds roll in. Available Colors: DARK SHADOW/ALASKAN BLUE, BOMBAY BROWN/LIME GREEN. Sizes: 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 12.

- Sierra Trading Post

From the rugged rock spill at the base of a knife-ridge to the lone tree that seems stuck into the rock like a pin on a map, you have the means to grip, step, and scale anything. You chose to lace up the ultralight, highly breathable Columbia Women's Talus Ridge Mid Outdry Hiking Boot for this hike, and you couldn't be happier. Would you have had as much fun if you hadn't donated your old, heavy pair of hiking boots and relied on the Talus Ridge Mid hiker to provide support yet enough flex around your talus bone to cross natures crumbs'

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Women's Talus Ridge Mid Outdry

MSRP:
$145.00

The Columbia Women's Talus Ridge Mid Outdry is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 13, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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