Salomon Explorer GTX
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Salomon Women's Explorer GTX Boot (Fall 2009) The Women's Explorer GTX Boot by Salomon is an authentic light trekking boot with advanced technology. Features: Weight: 1 lb 2.5 oz (Size 7 W) Upper: Heel foam, Waterproof split suede leather, Water Resistant textile, Gusseted tongue, Heel Strap, Mud guard, Protective rubber toe cap Lining Membrane: GORE-TEX footwear with XCR product technology, lining construction: Full bootie construction Sole Construction: Outsole: Contagrip, Chassis: 2D Advanced Chassis, Midsole: Dual density EVA, Sockliner: OrthoLite
CLOSEOUTS . Conquer new trails in Salomon's Explorer hiking boots, featuring an Advanced Chassis for superior all-terrain support and a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex(R) membrane to seal out rain, mud and snow. Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex(R) membrane Rugged suede and nylon upper Abrasion-resistant toe rand Gusseted tongue keeps out debris Removable OrthoLite(R) cushioned insole Advanced Chassis for support Shock-absorbing EVA midsole Contragrip(R) all-terrain traction outsole Height: 6 Weight: 2 lb. 4 oz. pr. Medium width Made in China Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
- Sierra Trading Post
Designed for the 'Geekender' who busts her hump Monday to Friday, the lightweight Explorer GTX features a waterproof upper and a premium XCR GORE-TEX membrane so neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow will deter you from achieving peace of mind on weekend backpacking trips. Lock your laces and climb the path of enlightenment (or at least en-hightenment) knowing that the rugged 2D Advanced Chassis, the durable Trek Contagrip outsole, and a dual density EVA midsole keep your feet secure, comfortable, and dialed-in to their mission. At the end of a hike your feet won't smell like roses, but thanks to an Ortholite sockliner, they won't smell like compost either.