Timberland LiteTrace Low Waterproof Hiker

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Timberland's LiteTrace Low Waterproof Hiker page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Built with all the benefits of the original, the Timberland Lite Trace Low WP Hiking Shoe offers a rugged alternative for hikers who a lower-profile, lighter shoe. The Green Rubber sole is built with 42% recycled rubber to help keep both the environment and your conscience clean, while a midsole composed of Pebax foam and TPU cushions specific pressure points underfoot. Abrasion patches adorn a weather-resistant upper to keep you in hiking business for seasons to come.

- Backcountry.com

Known for its sturdy leather boot legacy, Timberland hits the ground running with the Men's TMA LiteTrace Low Waterproof Multi-Use Shoes. Packed with features to keep your feet comfortable, dry and supported during your outdoor adventures, this low profile hiking shoe that is light and fast by traditional standards shrinks the wilderness under its tread. Topped with a blend of mesh and climbing-grade rubber overlays, the LiteTrace Low provides protection and durability for the long haul. Independent Suspension Network(TM) technology offers maximum support and stability over varied terrain, while its Green Rubber(TM) lug outsole that is made of 42% recycled rubber offers superior traction. For those hiking or running the mountain contours in a day, Timberland has you covered with the TMA LiteTrace Low Waterproof Multi-Use Shoes.

- Altrec Outdoors

Timberland LiteTrace Low Waterproof Hiker

MSRP:
$145.00

The Timberland LiteTrace Low Waterproof Hiker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 20, 2015 at SunnySports.

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