Hanwag Tatra GTX
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Free Shipping. Hanwag Men's Tatra GTX Boot FEATURES of the Hanwag Men's Tatra GTX Boot Padded soft leather cuff with vent holes Protective heel and toe caps Available with a Gore-Tex or leather lining Lower upper and 2 lace hooks instead of 3 up to size 8 Very lightweight thanks to incorporation of a (stiffening) shank into the midsole Very supportive Trekking profile with impact and braking tread blocks
Hanwag's been making shoes for almost a century, so it has had plenty of time to dial in the design of hiking boots. The Men's Tatra GTX Hiking Boot is one of its most versatile, all-around designs, offering the fit, durability, and quality this German company is known for. The velvety nubuck leather upper of the Tatra is backed with a Gore-Tex membrane that offers waterproof protection in nasty weather but doesn't make your foot overheat. But face it, many companies make boots with Gore-Tex; the difference here is craftsmanship that lasts through many seasons of use on the trail.
Autumn weather can be unpredictable and quickly-changing, but you'll be ready for any conditions in the Hanwag Tatra GTX Hiking Boots for men. These burly boots are ideal for backpacking trips and long hikes over rigged terrain. The mid-height cut provides extra stability around your ankles, while a slightly stiff, supportive sole keeps you upright and moving efficiently. A shock absorbing pad under the heel provides shock absorption to keep you comfortable over long days on the trail, and the Vibram AW sole with deep lugs delivers superb grip on varied terrain. They feature a durable and sleek waxed nubuck leather upper that looks good and performs great, while a Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable membrane seals out moisture without causing your feet to overheat.
- Altrec Outdoors
The Hanwag Tatra is a light weight and high-quality trekking boot with a modern look. 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.