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Timberland LiteTrace Mid Waterproof Hiker

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Manufacturer's Description

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You're not sure if you put more mileage on your car or on your legs. Assuming it's your legs, we recommend the Timberland Lite Trace Mid WP Hiking Boots. Built with a water-resistant, breathable upper complete with abrasion patches, the Lite Trace lives up to its name with partially recycled sole rubber. The Pebax foam and TPU midsole adds specific cushioning underfoot to relieve joint pressure, and super light weight make these great for gram-counting backpackers.

- Backcountry.com

When Timberland decided to take its leather boot legacy into the 21st Century, it hit the ground running with the cutting edge Men's TMA LiteTrace Mid Waterproof Hiking Boots. Packed with features to keep your feet comfortable, dry and supported during your outdoor adventures, this ankle-high hiking boot that is light and fast by traditional standards shrinks the wilderness under its tread. Topped with a tough blend of mesh and climbing-grade rubber overlays, the LiteTrace Mid provides protection and durability for the long haul. Independent Suspension Network(TM) technology offers maximum support and stability when heading cross-country over varied terrain, while its Green Rubber(TM) lug outsole that is made of 42% recycled rubber offers superior traction. For those blazing a trail along the mountain contours, Timberland just made life easier with the Men's TMA LiteTrace Mid Waterproof Hiking Boots.

- Altrec Outdoors

Timberland LiteTrace Mid Waterproof Hiker

MSRP:
$170.00

The Timberland LiteTrace Mid Waterproof Hiker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 22, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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