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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Attack off-road adventures in the versatile, lightweight Columbia Yama II Hiking Shoe; the breathable mesh panel on the front keeps feet feeling fresh while suede and leather details lock feet into place for a secure, stable ride. Built on a womens specific last, this trail shoe is specifically designed to fit a female foot and the flexible, lightweight Techlite midsole provides cushioning and support without bogging you down. Tap out a tempo run on the local trail, tackle new day hikes and cruise through everyday activities in comfort.

- CampSaver.com

Unless you're carrying a 40 pound pack, you probably don't want a heavy boot for day hikes and trail runs. The Columbia Yama II Women's Shoe provides support and durability for all of your off-road adventures. The uppers were constructed of a breathable mesh, and they were also wrapped with suede at the heel for ankle support. Columbia also included a PU-pcoated leather cap on the front to minimize stubbed toes. Webbed supports over the mesh are threaded with laces, and when tight, provide a secure fit around the foot. This shoe was designed on a women's-specific last. The Techlite mid sole was designed to be both lightweight and flexible in order to accommodate arch and foot movement. Combined with the Omni-grip outsole, this women's-specific shoe absorbs shock and enhances stability as you cruise the trails.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Yama II

previously retailed for:
$42.48 - $49.90

The Columbia Yama II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 4, 2016 at Columbia.

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