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Light, supportive, low-bulk, and environmentally friendly. The End Stumptown 10oz Trail Running Shoe wraps innovative textiles and recycled materials around your foot so you get natural, comfortable flex with no excess weight. What's recycled? The torsionally stable EVA midsole, the carbon rubber grippy outsole, and the webbing and laces. Oh, and the lining uses bamboo for natural wick and odor resistance. The Stumptowns provide medial support as you race down the trail, and roomy forefeet width feels comfortable mile after mile.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Description of END Stumptown 10oz Hiking ShoesThis is the shoe for those of us pushing the limits of weight and performance. A full-on technical shoe in an amazingly light package.END (Environmentally Neutral Design) is not just another shoe company; they are not bound by the old rules. They are a culture of like-minded individuals striding towards a common goal. With one eye on lessening their impact and one eye on the trails of life, together we are the next wave of change. Lighter, Faster!Features:Seamsmart synthetic and mesh uppers END Evo Biosmart midsole Co-molded protection plate Trail radius regrind outsole Synergy heel system 9.8 oz (Men’s 9)

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

END Footwear Stumptown 10 oz


The Stumptown 10 oz has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$17.49 - $75.00

The END Footwear Stumptown 10 oz is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 14, 2010 at Backcountry.com.

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