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Patagonia Pinhook

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CLOSEOUTS . Like lizards and desert lupine, Patagonia's ventilated Pinhook thrives in canyon heat. Its suede and breathable mesh upper won?t wilt in high temperatures, and its recycled polyester mesh lining increases airflow and wicks excess moisture. POLI-CORK (70% recycled) footbed has carbon to neutralize odor and cork to move moisture naturally. Available Colors: FORGE GREY/FOG, DEEP OCEAN, BURLAP, SAGE KHAKI. Sizes: 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 12.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Patagonia Women's Pinhook Shoe is a light, breathable hiker for aggressive day trips. Patagonia used recycled materials in the laces, lining, footbed, midsole, and outsole.

- Backcountry Outlet

Women specific, the versatile Pinhook from Patagonia features a triple-density midsole with Air Cushion Plus under the heel for shock-absorbing comfort and support on the trail.

- EMS

Like lizards and desert lupine, the ventilated Pinhook thrives in canyon heat. The shoe has a suede and breathable mesh upper that won't wilt in high temperatures; its recycled polyester mesh lining increases airflow. A foam footbed (70% recycled) with carbon and cork neutralizes odor and moves moisture. The compression-molded 3DM triple-density EVA midsole is made specifically to provide cushioning and support for a woman's stride. Flexible and supportive, the injection-molded arch shank allows a natural flex at the ball of the foot. Multi-tread Vibram(R) Ecostep outsole (30% recycled rubber content) has excellent traction on shale-covered trails.

- Patagonia.com