Hanwag Banks Lady GTX
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These lightweight Gore-Tex hiking boots for women take on all kinds of terrain to keep your feet comfortable, and stable on your backcountry adventures.
Free Shipping. Hanwag Women's Banks Lady GTX Boot FEATURES of the Hanwag Women's Banks Lady GTX Boot Leather lacing tab: Transfers lacing tension to the back Raised sole at heel Raised tip at front of sole Lightweight leather and Cordura upper Good cushioning Good grip on softer ground Very good flex Full-length shock absorbing element SPECIFICATIONS of the Hanwag Women's Banks Lady GTX Boot Weight: 570 g Nubuck, Gore-Tex Laminat(e) This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
CLOSEOUTS . From packed trails to scree-filled slopes, Hanwag Banks hiking boots keep your feet supported and your footing secure. The durable Corduraand#174; and leather upper has Gore-Texand#174; waterproof protection, and a rubber toe cap offers added impact protection. Available Colors: ALPIN, GEMSE, ASCHE, RED, 05, EGGPLANT/AUBERGINE, TAN/GEMSE. Sizes: 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9.
- Sierra Trading Post
For any type of hiking over all but the most extreme terrain, lace up the Hanwag Banks Lady GTX Hiking Boots for women and enjoy lightweight comfort and durability. These best-selling Hanwag hiking boots are made with durable leather and Cordura, with a Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof, breathable protection. A lightweight and flexible construction lets you move smoothly and comfortably all day on your feet, yet they're stable enough for a supportive fit. The Vibram Ultra Grip outsole provides excellent traction over slippery and rugged terrain, and the superfine adjustable lacing system lets you find the perfect fit.
- Altrec Outdoors
The Hanwag Banks Lady GTX, is a light weight and high-quality trekking boot with a modern look and Gore-Tex lining. It is ultra comfortable footwear designed for multiday treks carrying a heavy load, day trips in the mountains, trekking in the Himalayas, or hiking from hut to hut in the Alps.