While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 5 reviews for other versions of the Summit GTX II. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Tried and trusted by countless backpackers, this all-leather classic has kept many an ankle protected while keeping the weight to a minimum. Features Gore-Tex and Vibram.br>Rated a "Bargain" by the Backerpacker Gear Guide March, 2006, they said; "If your goal is maximum ankle support, an you prefer trails to vertical rock, the Summit is a solid choice.". Perfect for longer backpacking trips, or day hikes over extra-rough terrain. Nubuck leather upper lasts long when properly cared for. Removable anatomical footbed cradles your foot for greater support. Gore-Tex membrane repels rain and snow while allowing interior moisture to escape. Polyurethane midsole won't compress and break down over time. Nylon shank protects the bottom of your foot, letting you walk over jagged rocks in comfort. Vibram Wearwolf outsole provides all-terrain grip. Midsole/outsole can be resoled.


EMS Women's Summit GTX II


The Women's Summit GTX II has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:

The EMS Women's Summit GTX II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 23, 2007 at EMS.

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