Ecco La Paz Hi GTX Hiking Boot

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Ecco's La Paz Hi GTX Hiking Boot page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Ecco Mens La Paz Hi GTX - Closeout - Direct-injected anatomical PU midsole ECCO Performance Rubber - EPR 4.0 Excellent grip, traction and durability in mountain terrain Full length Receptor technology Gore-tex lining Superior performance and stability through the three phases of every step Upper combined of rich Yak leather and textile Waterproof construction ensures dry feet at all times Yak leather is at least three times stronger than normal leather

- Massey's Outfitters

Tame any mountain terrain when you're wearing the ruggedly built and amazingly comfortable ECCO Men's La Paz Hi GTX Hiking Boots. Crafted with a Yak leather upper with mesh panels, these ECCO boots are lined with Gore-Tex to keep the water out and exhale foot moisture. A contoured insole cushions your step and a midsole with Full length Receptor technology allows your foot to move naturally over the landscape for an efficient stride. The mid-height protects your ankles and keeps out debris and the lightweight, flexible ECCO Performance Rubber outsole offers durable traction on any surface. From mountain trails to cross country treks, the ECCO La Paz Hi Gore-Tex Hiking Boots are built for your outdoor lifestyle.

- Altrec Outdoors

Ecco La Paz Hi GTX Hiking Boot

MSRP:
$200.00

The Ecco La Paz Hi GTX Hiking Boot is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 4, 2013 at Massey's Outfitters.

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