Nike Air Zoom Orizaba XCR

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I am a disc golfer from Seattle, WA, USA, and now…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: Gore-tex
Use: Disc golf
Break-in Period: Short to none
Price Paid: $110

I am a disc golfer from Seattle, WA, USA, and now live in Sweden. Both are very wet climates and these shoes keep my feet dry when the grass is wet and stick to the tee pads like they had some special sticky substance on the sole. Dry feet, good lug pattern, super comfortable and not too expensive. Likin' them a lot so far!

Retailers' Descriptions

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For rugged conditions, these waterproof trail-runners meet the challenge--ideal for adventure racing, trail-running and training in wet conditions. Synthetic leather and nylon mesh uppers feature drainage ports to handle soggy conditions and to shorten drying time. Uppers feature waterproof Gore-Tex XCR® laminate for exceptional breathability. Quick-cinch closures allow independent heel and instep adjustment. Three-point attachment for securing gaiters to keep out trail debris; gaiters included. Full-length dual-density Phylon™ midsoles with encapsulated Zoom Air units in heels and forefeet offer ample cushioning and shock absorption. Midfoot support shanks control torsional rigidity. All-Trac trail outsoles with waffle-style lugs provide reliable traction on various surfaces; forefoot protection plates shield feet from rough trails.


Nike Air Zoom Orizaba XCR


The Air Zoom Orizaba XCR has been discontinued.

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The Nike Air Zoom Orizaba XCR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 3, 2007 at REI.

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