Garmont Momentum GTX

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Your feet will thank you even after long hikes when you trek in the Garmont Women's Momentum XCR Shoes. Suede leather uppers house Gore-Tex XCR membranes for guaranteed breathability and waterproof protection. Even if you like to romp in the puddles that your hiking partners avoid at all costs, we'd bet campfire duty that your feet will still be dryer than theirs at day's end.

- Backcountry.com

With aggressive traction and extra volume in the toe box, the Garmont Women's Momentum GTX Hiking Shoe grips like a chamois and provides extra toe room for thick shearling-like cozy warmth. A lightweight, technical winter boot, the Momentum Snow GTX provides optimal winter hiking and snowshoeing performance with a Gore-Tex(R) that keeps the water out and 400-gram Thinsulate(TM) insulation which is toasty down to -25F.

- Altrec Outdoors

Free Shipping. Garmont Women's Momentum GTX Shoe DECENT FEATURES of the Garmont Women's Momentum XCR Shoe Compression-molded EVA for light weight and fast paced flexibility Shock-absorption cell in the heel strike area provides maximum protection with minimum weight TPU, with specific zones to achieve specific functions Heel stability Decrease of initial pronation at mid foot and sidewall protection Forefoot protection from anatomically angled grid for natural flex Semi-blocked heel and toe area. Forefoot lugs are rear-facing for traction Mid foot lugs are large and square cut for stability The SPECS Upper: Mesh + Microfiber Lining: Gore-Tex Sole: Vibram TSO Component Set: Vibram TSO Weight: 408 grams (1/2 pair size 8 1/2 US) Applications: Walking, Outdoor multisport, Adventure travel, Light hiking, Outdoor casual

- Moosejaw

Garmont Women's Momentum GTX

Discontinued

The Women's Momentum GTX has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$59.98 - $144.95

The Garmont Women's Momentum GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 8, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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