Patagonia Hog Tie

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Specs

Weight 14.2 oz / 403 g
Width Medium
Toe Box Full
Arch / Instep Medium

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Hog Tie page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Outbound or desk-bound, the Hog Tie's success lies in its ability to adapt. Weatherproof and durable, the shoe's abrasion-resistant, full-grain leather upper has stain-shedding pig suede panels and a cowhide toe overlay. The 70% recycled POLI-CORK? open cell foam footbed has carbon to control odor and cork to move moisture naturally. The injection-molded arch shank and recycled insole lend flexible support underfoot. A low profile Vibram(R) outsole with self-cleaning lugs provides ultimate traction.

- Patagonia.com

The Patagonia Hog Tie is their version of refined ruggedness. Weatherproof and durable, the shoe's abrasion-resistant full-grain leather upper has stain-shedding pig suede panels and a cowhide toe overlay. Trek-Dry moisture-wicking mesh lining with bamboo-infused fibers control shoe odor and move moisture. POLI-CORK open cell foam footbed is 70% recycled. The injection-molded arch shank and 100% recycled insole lend flexible support underfoot. Low-profile Vibram Trail outsole with self-cleaning lugs provides ultimate traction.

- CampSaver.com

Whether you're headed on a weekend excursion exploring new territory or hitting a favorite hiking trail on your lunch break, the Patagonia Men's Hog Tie Shoe embodies refined ruggedness. Abrasion resistant and stain shedding, these durable waterproof shoes feature a moisture wicking mesh lining to control odor and keep you comfortable as well as an injection-molded arch shank and recycled insole for flexibility and support. With superior shock absorption and unparalleled traction, the Patagonia Hog Tie Shoes for men can take on even the toughest terrain.

- Altrec Outdoors

Patagonia Hog Tie

MSRP:
$125.00

The Patagonia Hog Tie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2014 at Patagonia.com.

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