women's half sizes
Materials Microfiber-reinforced rip-stop textile upper, Coconal liner
Sizes Men's 8-13 (half sizes), 14 women's 6-10
Weight 1 pound per shoe

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Manufacturer's Description refers to the women's version

The Crosser is breathable and lightweight, ideal for picking up speed off-road. Features the Kayland Surefly outsole with proprietary EVA midsole.

The Crosser combines a microfiber-reinforced rip-stop textile upper with a waterproof, breathable eVent Coconal liner that dries quickly and lets the sweat out.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Kayland Crosser ShoesThe Kayland Crosser Shoes transcend genres as they cross into a realm of athleticism, comfort, and stability. Their upper Rip Stop microfiber textile with 3L eVent Cocona lining and Kayland Surefly sole bring clarity to the speed in which these Kayland Crosser Shoes offer you. FeaturesUPPER Rip Stop type textile MicrofiberLINING 3L eVent CoconaLAST FastCONSTRUCTION Strobel StitchingINSOLE LIGHTMIDSOLE Kayprotect with nylon shank and injected toe protectionSOLE Kayland Surefly

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

Kayland's Crosser is waterproof and breathable thanks to 3 Layer eVent with Cocona which also means they won't wmell so bad. These trail running inspired shoes are great for running, hiking, walking and traveling.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

Kayland Crosser


The Crosser has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$47.98 - $64.95

The Kayland Crosser is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 27, 2011 at CampSaver.com.

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