Garmont Amica Hike GTX

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The highly supportive cuff features hooks, eyelets and a friction free web closure system to offer precise fit on multi-day hikes. The tri-density midsole features an articulated EVA core imbedded in a supportive PU base for all terrain comfort. Dual spine systems independently stabilize the foot. The Vibram Fiore slip resistant outsole provides aggressive traction with well textured 6 mm lugs.

- Second Ascent

For stability, traction, and waterproof confidence from trailhead to summit, Garmont's women-specific Amica Hike GTX is a lightweight, technical boot for challenging steep trails and rocky or slippery terrain.

- EMS

Free Shipping. Garmont Women's Amica Hike GTX Boot The SPECS for Upper Weight: 1/2 per pair: 533 gram 1.8 mm water repellent suede and Cordura mesh Bellows tongue sheds deris Soft, wicking inner cuff lining 2 position web retention system: midfoot, forefoot Ceraprene external heel counter ADD construction reduces break in time Women's Specific Ortholite footbed for breathability and dryness Elongated toe box with increased vertical height Laced to toe to closure for variable fit Gore-Tex The SPECS for Sole Tri Density Midsole PU petals Improve forefoot flex and stability Increases shock attenutation and rebound Provides stability and keeps you rooted to the terrain Fiore Arch Wrap: PU sidewall wraps upper for arch support Dual spine system independently supports the foot Arcotm midfoot shank in the EVA layer promotes stability Fioretm Vibram Outsole 6 mm lugs for aggressive traction are widely spaced for self cleaning True braking heel for traction and confident descents Slip resistant multi textured lugs for grip on wet and varied terrain

- Moosejaw

Garmont Amica Hike GTX

MSRP:
$154.95

The Garmont Amica Hike GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 2, 2014 at Second Ascent.

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