Patagonia Scree Shield Mid Waterproof

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Retailers' Descriptions

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A multi-activity, mid-cut waterproof boot, Patagonia's Scree Shield Mid features durable and protective uppers, stabilizing and protective midsole features, and Vibram traction for the harshest of terrain.

- EMS

Tough and versatile, the Patagonia Scree Shield Mid Waterproof hikng boots feature leather construction, a supportive fit and multisport agility to ensure reliable performance over changing terrain. Waterproofed suede leather uppers offer excellent, durable protection for long-lasting wear; high rubber randing and toe bumpers supply extra protection. Waterproof, breathable membranes deliver protection from the elements and let feet breathe for in-boot comfort; wicking polyester linings help move moisture away from feet. Mid-height cut combines with the secure lacing system and internal support structure to supply a precise, supportive fit that locks heels in place. Footbeds made from 20% recycled EVA offer all-day comfort and underfoot support. Multidensity EVA midsoles are made from 15% recycled EVA and deliver cushioning for impact absorption along with stability and pronation control. Shock pads under forefeet and heels provide additional protection, absorb shock and enhance comfort. Thermoplastic urethane plates dissipate pressure from uneven, pointy terrain; thermoplastic urethane arch supports stabilize and align midfoot. Patagonia Scree Shield Mid boots feature Vibram(R) rubber outsoles to offer solid traction; dense thermoplastic urethane studs in outsoles enhance bite on uneven terrain.

- REI

Patagonia Scree Shield Mid Waterproof

previously retailed for:
$121.93 - $175.00

The Patagonia Scree Shield Mid Waterproof is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 8, 2013 at EMS.

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