White Ledge Mid Waterproof
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$79.98 - $100.00
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Materials: Leather; Gore-tex
Use: weekend hikes; day hikes
Break-in Period: one long weekend of hiking
Price Paid: $49
This was my first pair of hiking boots, bought in a frenetic attempt to secure last minute supplies before a campout. The boots work alright, but the heel dips in such a way that it rubs uncomfortably on my Achilles' tendon.
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White Ledge Mid Waterproof is
a hiking boot
made by Timberland.
It has an average rating of 4 stars (out of 5), based on 1 user review
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