Materials Synthetic upper
Sizes Men's 7-13 (half sizes), 14
Weight 14.5 ounces per shoe (men's size 9)

While the men's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 3 reviews for other versions of the Lime Lite. Read all reviews »

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Manufacturer's Description

Joining GoLite's already successful Multipurpose line, the Lime Lite is the ultimate in versatility, performance, and craftsmanship.

With details like lace-to-toe lacing and blind eyelets at the flex points, the Lime Lite can be cinched as securely or loosely as needed for any off-road or in-town activity. GoLite's proprietary Soft Against the Ground Technology gives them the support of a clog but the ride of a sneaker.

The low-profile PawPad II sole delivers the stability, comfort and smear characteristics that will make them your favorite shoes for everyday wear.

Visit GoLite Footwear's Lime Lite page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Weekend hiking tough and around town stylish, the versatile GoLite Lime Lite Approach Shoes for men are a worthy investment. This GoLite shoe is designed with an uber-soft leather upper that features a full lace-up panel, rubber toe and heel guards, and a generously padded tongue, collar and footbed. Its removable and washable insoles can be adjusted for up to three different thicknesses, while the low profile All Terrain outsole provides stability and traction for on- and off-trail hikes and scrambles.

- Altrec Outdoors

GoLite Footwear Men's Lime Lite


The GoLite Footwear Men's Lime Lite is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 28, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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