While the men's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the MultiTerra Low. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

When the terrain conditions vary, the Hi-TecĀ® Multiterra cross-trainers offer the comfort and support you need for active use on trail and off. Nubuck and suede leather uppers offer lightweight flexibility and excellent durability. Rubber heel and toe rands protect uppers from abrasion and feet from bumps; padded tongues and collars relieve lace pressure and protect ankles. Quick-pull, molded eyelet lacing gets you in the action quick; removable footbeds and Strobel construction for added cushioning and a snug fit. Lightweight, compression-molded EVA midsoles absorb shock, cushion feet and provide gentle support. Lightweight trail running carbo-rubber outsoles with shallow lugs deliver superb grip and wear on rough terrain. Closeout.


The Hi-Tec men's Multi-Terra Low trail shoe is a stylish, versatile multi-sport shoe, from mountain biking to light hiking this shoe covers it all. The nubuck and suede leather upper provides comfort and durability, while the Strobel construction offers great flexibility. The lightweight, compression-molded EVA midsole provides cushioning comfort and the carbon rubber outsole delivers durable traction on a variety of surfaces.

- FogDog Sports

Hi-Tec Men's MultiTerra Low


The Men's MultiTerra Low has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.93 - $59.99

The Hi-Tec Men's MultiTerra Low is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 20, 2006 at REI.

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